Graph theory based topology design and energy routing control of the energy internet

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IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, 2018, 12 (20), pp. 4507 - 4514
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© The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2018. As a core of energy internet, the energy router (ER) controlled by information flows can better realise the large scale utilisation of renewable energy. In order to build a cost-effective energy internet, a modified minimum spanning tree algorithm is proposed to optimise the cable layout among ERs, i.e. topology design. Considering the real-time and the asynchrony of power transmission in the above topology determined energy internet, an energy routing control method based on Dijkstra algorithm is put forward for source-and-load pairs to find a no-congestion minimum loss path. Besides, the loss allocation and congestion managements are realised at the same time. Finally, the simulation results prove the feasibility and effectiveness of proposed optimisation algorithms.
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