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Statistical Predictions of Electric Load Profiles in the UK Domestic Buildings.

By Abdel-Baset M.I. Ihbal, Haile S. Rajamani, Raed A. Abd-Alhameed and Mohamed K. Jalboub

Abstract

yesThis paper presents a method of generating realistic electricity load profile data for the UK domestic buildings. The domestic space heating and domestic hot water have been excluded in this study. The information and results of previous investigations and works that is available in public reports and statistics have been used as input data when modeling of domestic energy consumption. A questionnaire survey was conducted to find out what occupants do in different times of the day in order to get probabilistic estimates of usage of electrical household. The daily energy demand load profile of each appliance can be predicted using this method. A measured data set is also applied for comparison, and verification. Our analysis shows that the generated load profiles have a good agreement with real data. The daily load profile from individual dwelling to community can be predicted using this method

Topics: Electricity load, Domestic buildings, Domestic energy consumption, Electricity load profile data, United Kingdom
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:bradscholars.brad.ac.uk:10454/4800
Provided by: Bradford Scholars

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