A series of models has been developed for regional studies of energy supply- demand systems. The models are based on dynamic simulation of components of the system using equations derived from the technical details of the system. The models contain sufficient detail to make in-depth studies and specific recommendations. The final goal is to include all aspects of regional energy systems from native supplies of energy resources to the economic activities of the region.
To develop a comprehensive model, the system has been partitioned into subsystems, so that a detailed model can be made for each subsystem. The detailed model of the electrical energy subsystem is complete and has proven to be a valuable model in itself. It is to be used for studying the effects of both local and national governmental regulations and controls, and to study electric utility policies.
Jones, B. W.; Moretti, P. M.; and Mize, H. H., "Dynamic Simulation for Regional Energy Studies" (1975). UMR-MEC Conference. 95.
2nd Annual UMR-MEC Conference on Energy (1975: Oct. 7-9, Rolla, MO)
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