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Title: Disaggregation of residential electric loads using smart metered data
Author: Holcomb, Chris L.
Abstract: The ability of typical utility meters and advanced meters including sub-circuit metering to disaggregate residential electric loads and determine what appliances a homeowner is using at a given time in investigated. The basics of residential electricity systems, instrumentation options, and characteristics of selected residential loads are presented. This information informs a discussion on present and future disaggregation algorithms. The conclusions highlight the importance of reactive power and current harmonics in determining power consumed and identifying modern electrical devices, and raise concerns related to the ability of typical 15 minute interval utility smart meters to disaggregate loads.
Department: Energy and Earth Resources Public Affairs
Subject: Smart meters Smart grid Current transformers Appliances Residential load Disaggregation Electric utilities
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2011-05-3619
Date: 2011-05

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