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Load shedding in smart grid: A reliable efficient Ad-Hoc broadcast algorithm for smart house

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Load shedding is required when there is an imbalance between electricity demand (customers' usage) and electricity supply (the ability of the electricity network to generate and transport the required amount of electricity to meet this demand). Hybrid novel design methodology is proposed to enhance the underfrequency load shedding in terms of consumer satisfaction level. A Consumer Priority Assignment Unit (CPAU) is proposed to be placed in each smart house. It gives the consumer the option to decide which loads to be shed. A reliable efficient self-pruning Ad-Hoc broadcast algorithm is proposed. The performance of the proposed algorithm is tested. The results indicate that the proposed algorithm nearly maintain the efficiency of the generic algorithm, at the same time it enforces higher reliability and prevents nodes (CPAUs) from taking wrong decisions.

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Southeastcon, 2012 Proceedings of IEEE

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15-18 March 2012