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doc. Ing. Stanislav Mišák, Ph.D.
Vysoká škola báňská - Technická univerzita Ostrava,
Fakulta elektrotechniky a informatiky,
17. listopadu 15
708 33, Ostrava-Poruba
místnost CPIT E208
telefon: +420 59 732 9308
This paper presents a heuristic approach to Active Demand Side Management in the Off-Grid systems with a set of specific requirements. The tests were performed on the smart house platform developed at VSB–Technical University of Ostrava campus, Czech Republic in order to accomplish the effective design, testing, operation and analysis of the proposed system. These results consequently consist of a prerequisite for the development of new leading-edge power distribution systems in the Off-Grid environment and for improvement of the efficiency, security and reliability of the existing systems.
Nowadays the issue of electric energy saving in public transport is becoming a key area of interest which is connected both with a growth in environmental awareness of the society and an increase in the prices of fuel and electricity. One of the possibilities to reduce energy consumption in urban public transport is to increase the extent of regenerative braking energy utilization. This can be achieved by its accumulation in the supercapacitors or a change in the topology of the power supply system in order to facilitate its flow. The article presents an analysis of applying these two options for increasing recovery energy usage on the example ofthe trolleybus network in the Polish city of Gdynia. For the purpose ofthe analysis there was used a simulation model of trolleybus traction power system based on the Monte Carlo simulation method. The research results and findings can be applied in other similar trolley or tram networks.