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20150915 - the 8th Igive Project Meeting Uk And China

posted Sep 10, 2015, 8:46 AM by Jing Deng   [ updated Sep 30, 2015, 12:34 AM ]
Time and date:

9:00 am – 12:30pm (GMT+1), Tuesday 15 Sept 2015

Venue:

QQ (iGIVE 168760653) meeting (Room 7.024)

Attendee

Queen’s University Belfast, UK

  1. Prof. Kang Li, PI
  2. Dr. David Laverty, CI
  3. Dr. Aoife Foley, CI
  4. Dr. Jing Deng
  5. Dr Xiandong Xu
  6. Mr Zhile Yang
  7. Mr Cheng Zhang
  8. Mr Kailong Liu

Cranfield University, UK

  1. Prof Patrick Luk, CI,
  2. Dr Weizhong Fei
  3. Dr Akram Bati
  4. Mr Wenyi Liang
  5. Mr Mohammed Al-Saadi
  6. Mr Mohammed Alkhafaji

Harbin Institute of Technology, China

  1. Prof Shumei Cui
  2. Prof Qianfan Zhang
  3. Prof Chunbo Zhu
  4. Prof Jilai Yu
  5. Prof Ruiye Liu
  6. Dr Weixing Li
  7. Dr Yufeng Guo
  8. Mr Xiaofei Liu
  9. Mr Lei Pei
  10. Mr Mingfei Ban
  11. Mr Weifeng Gao
  12. Mr Jintang Li
  13. Mr Tuopu Na
  14. Ms Jing GE
  15. Ms Aina Tian

State Grid Electric Power Research Institute, China

  1. Dongliang Xie
  2. Juai WU

Agenda

  • 9:00 – 9:15 Welcome from Prof Kang Li and briefing iGive project.
  • 9:15 - 9: 30 Briefing UKACC2016 conference and welcome contribution from each partner institution
  • 9:30 - 9:40 Progress report from David Laverty
  • 9:40 - 10:20 Progress report from Jing Deng, Zhile Yang, Cheng Zhang, and Kailong Liu and Xiandong Xu.
  • 10:20 - 10:50 Progress report from Cranfield University
  • 10:50 - 11:40 Progress report from HIT, China
  • 11:40 - 12:10 Progress report from SGEPRI, China
  • Discussion (20 minutes)
    • Research plan.
    • Publications and Collaborations.
  • Any other business
  • Next meeting date

Meeting minutes

QUB

EPIC group at Queen’s University Belfast introduces their research about open source software, hardware, and APIs platform for the development of phasor measurement unit technology, an advanced wired/wireless platform for integrated electric vehicle charging and discharging, unit commitment based computational scheduling methods for integrating plug-in electric vehicles in power system, and real-time estimation of battery internal temperature and state-of-charge based on a simplified thermoelectric model.

HIT

HIT group introduces their studies on the high performance operation in a wide power range of EV’s bidirectional charger, experiment of EV’s bidirectional charger, modeling of V2G charging station, harmonic characteristics of V2G charging station, Z-source integrated charger experiment results, private electric cars and buses cluster charging load model, using EVs to for power system frequency regulation, interconnected wind-coal intensive power systems scheduling, load time-shifting potential parameter extraction method, and electric vehicles charging considering N-1 security constraints.

NARI

NARI Corp. introduce their investigation on two parts: the variance study of willingness of customers to buy EV and the hybrid simulation modelling of EV, power system and transportation system. The first part involves objects involved EV purchase decisions, EV travel and charge decisions, questionnaire design and implementation of the above factors. The section part includes agent modelling process, mechanism, questionnaire correction and number requirements, verification and sensitivity analysis of simulation results. Sensitivity analysis and time-varying analysis of potential EV buyers’ preference is investigated by agent simulation.

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