ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202109.0204.v1
Subject: Engineering, Control & Systems Engineering Keywords: resilience; control; sector-coupled; district energy system; optimisation; deduction; classification; linear discriminant analysis; emissions
Online: 13 September 2021 (11:16:11 CEST)
We present a method to turn results of model-based optimisations into resilient and comprehensible control strategies. Our approach is to define priority lists for all available technologies in a district energy system. Using linear discriminant analysis and the results of the optimisations, these are then assigned to discrete time steps using a set of possible steering parameters. In contrast to the model-based optimisations, the deduced control strategies do not need perfect foresight but solely rely on data about the present. Our result indicate that the results of the control strategies obtained using the proposed method are comparable to the results of the linear optimisations, in our case in terms of emissions and prices.