Advanced Supervisory Control Plan with Power Saving Strategy for Demand Side Load

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Meer Shadman Shafkat Tanjim
Md. Abdur Rahman
Ashrafun Nushra Oishi

Abstract

Demand Side Power Management is getting crucial to control the gradual rise of electrical power usage day-by-day. Though, the spread of power saving devices is a huge success throughout the world, yet the demand side power management system have to be more efficient and controlled. Here, an unique power saving strategy was established by intranet based Advanced Supervisory Control system. The core system consists of XPSU, XCU, PBU, DS and ASC. Planning of this system has been done not only to solve the above-mentioned criteria but also to reduce huge electricity demand from national grid. To reduce the National Grid pressure, full utilization of renewable energy grid output is ensured in this strategy. By this Control Plan, maximum 31.9% of the instantaneous power has been saved by 11.11% of System-end ASC Switching. A new idea, Electrical Mapping is also introduced for every different load section; by which the load behavior and power consumption history of our different load site area can be understood.

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Meer Shadman Shafkat, T., Md. Abdur, R., & Ashrafun Nushra, O. (2019). Advanced Supervisory Control Plan with Power Saving Strategy for Demand Side Load. AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE), 18(3), 108 - 116. Retrieved from http://ajse.aiub.edu/index.php/ajse/article/view/38
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Meer Shadman Shafkat Tanjim, American International University-Bangladesh

Meer Shadman Shafkat Tanjim received Bachelor of Science in EEE from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB). His Master Degree is also from AIUB in EEE Background. He started his profession at Bangladesh Institute of Science & Technology (BIST) as Lecturer in the Dept. of ECE on May 2017. On around November 2017, he switched to European University of Bangladesh (EUB) in the Dept. of EEE. His involvement in Music made him experienced of an era. His passion both in Music and Teaching, creates an example among. Recently, he is researching on Control System Strategies, Solar & Wind Energy, Robotics, Aeronautics, Smart System and IoT aspects.

Md. Abdur Rahman, Professor and Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering, American International University-Bangladesh

Md. Abdur Rahman received his PhD in wireless communications from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan in 2013. He received BSc Engg. and M.E. degrees from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) and Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand, respectively. He joined AIUB as a lecturer in 2002, and currently
employed as Professor and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Engineering in the same university. His recent research interests include cognitive radio, bioinformatics, wireless systems, ICT etc. At present, he is conducting postdoctoral research in the School of Engg. and IT at Federation University Australia. He is a Life member of IEB and senior member of IEEE. During his doctoral studies, he led a team of students formed by both undergraduate and postgraduate students for designing an emergency wireless network. The team took part in four international research competitions and won four prizes.

Ashrafun Nushra Oishi, American International University-Bangladesh

Ashrafun Nushra Oishi received Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in EEE from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB). Her Master Degree is also from AIUB from MEEE Department. She started her career on May 2018 at European University of Bangladesh (EUB) as Lecturer in the Dept. of EEE. Her research interest is focused on Solar Cell, Renewable Energy, Robotics and Control Systems.

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