Maria Victoria Gasca

Maria Victoria Gasca
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology | Skoltech · Electrical Engineering

Master of Electrical Engineering

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The need for flexible networks is an emerging challenge for power system operators (SO). The use of additional support, such as demand response (DR), must be quantified in order to offer a reliable service, given that this information is vital for demand aggregators. Thermostatically controlled loads (TCLs) are one of the most promising options amo...
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Demand flexibility is the capacity of demand-side loads to change their consumption at any instant. It makes electricity more affordable by helping customers to use less power when prices are high. On the other hand, demand flexibility can also help to increase the reliability of the power grid when is highly stressed, by reducing demand for power...
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The proportional-resonant control (PR-control) is a simple and efficient control, which has the ability to eliminate error in linear time varying signals. This type of control is typically used in applications such as the integration of solar panels, energy storage and electric vehicles among others. Despite having non-linear dynamics, the analysis...
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Time and frequency localizations are of crucial importance in the analysis of nonlinear and non-stationary processes, especially in systems with high level of complexity where detection of information/events, estimation of parameters and classification of signals in classes is necessary to take decisions. The Hilbert Huang Transform (HHT) offers an...

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Non-stationary signal analysis in Modern Electric Power Systems (Smart Grid, Microgrids) by introducing the concept of Instantaneous Frequency (IF) as a descriptor or the measured physical phenomena.