Intelligent Control Lab
The Intelligent Control Lab (ICL) is a laboratory for research, development and test of new advanced principles for intelligent supervision and control of smart grids.
The ICL is comprised of:
• A full scale ABB Network Manager SCADA systems for real time supervision of Bornholm power system operation with a link to the Bornholm SCADA, real time operation and control with the a real time simulator (RTDS) in the ICL or the Microgrid with Labcells and local distributed generation (DG) for proof of concept tests of intelligent control and system operator training
• A RTDS with the capability of simulating power systems with 240 buses, the RTDS will be upgraded in the near future to be able to simulate power systems with 480 buses, the RTDS can be used for Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) tests and be connected to the high power amplifier in the Electric Lab to carry out Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop (PHIL) tests
• An IBM blade Centre for optimization and control implementation
• A PMU lab for research and development on wide area monitoring and control
• An Omicron CMS 156 voltage and current amplifier and a Siemens 7SJ6416-5EB92-1HH0 multi-function protective relay for protection coordination studies using IEC 61850
• Software platform for modeling and development of centralized and distributed control systems based on multi agent technology including knowledge based systems and computational intelligence.
CEE, DTU Electrical Engineering