Considering ISO/IEC 15067-3 & 15067-3-x ()

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Nov 21, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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ilwoo@etri.re.kr

1

Considering

ISO/IEC 15067
-
3 &

15067
-
3
-
x (
Architecture of Smart Energy Home for HES
)

2012. 9.

Wan
ki

Park

ETRI,
Korea

Ilwoo

Lee,
Kwang
-
roh

Park (ETRI, Korea)


ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25/WG1
N1574

I

II

III

IV

Definition of Smart energy home

regarding Scope

Layered architecture for SEH

Functional architecture
for SEH

V

Conclusion

Definition

of Smart Energy Home (1)

Smart

Energy

Home

(SEH)

3

A
logical domain model

supporting
all new services regarding home
environment with smart grid
infrastructure. The SEH contains




Energy consuming devices (appliance or smart appliances)




Energy Storage devices




Local Energy Generation (Renewable)




Electric vehicle




Bidirectional Power system (Grid to Home, Home to Grid, Vehicle to Grid,
etc
)




Metering, sensing, control, management, computing, etc.

To
define SEH
Model in detail , I think that it is required to be use




Layered architecture Model




Functional architecture (example) for
services

It is helpful to understand and describe SEH & services.

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Outer Smart Grid

Definition

of Smart Energy Home (2)

Smart

Energy

Home

-

Physical

4

Inter Home/Building Smart Grid

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Definition

of Smart Energy Home (3)

HES

energy

management

model

(
15067
-
3
)

5

It shows a system architecture and interrelationship among the elements.

I’m wondering that it is enough to define smart energy home and
relevant services.

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regarding Scope

15067
-
3
-
x

(N
1559
)

focuses on describing SEH using


-

layered architecture to understand
physical
configuration
of SEH



-

functional
architecture to
describe
and define
smart energy services
using smart grid technologies
including metering, control,
networking and power grid functions
.

Purpose : to help us


-

to understand smart energy home
(logical domain), functionally



-

to understand and describe smart
energy service,
how does it
work
functionally
using function groups

6

ISO/IEC

15067
-
3

focuses on products and services
that can manage energy
consumption and generation of
devices dynamically in response to
electricity supply and prices.




specifies an energy management
model for programs that manage
the consumer demand for electricity
using a method.

Regarding services except DR, it
describes
what

the services are.



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7

Layered architecture for Smart Energy Home

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8

In
-
Home
Power
Grid

Functions

Service & Application Functions

Metering Functions

Energy Control

Functions

Networking Functions

Management Function

Security Function

Sub
-
metering,

Monitoring(sensor),

Status information

Appliance On/Off

Device Control

Charge/discharge Control,
State Control

QoS
, Reliability,

Home
Nwtworking

(802.3,
WiFi
, RS485, PLC, 802.15.4, 802.11 etc.)

Power Line,

DC
Distribution,

Local Power
Generation

(Wind
turbin
,
PV, Storage,
Electric
Vehicle)

Energy

Information Management(Syntax, Semantics)

Billing, Demand Response, Electric related Service,

Home Energy Management, Energy Trading, Energy
Sharing, Home Automation interworking

Functional architecture for Smart Energy Home

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Conclusion

Layered architecture and functional architecture are base architecture.

In my contribution(15067
-
3
-
x),




specify two architecture models(layered, functional) in detail




will describes how do the typical smart energy services work using two
base architecture models in annex part.


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