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  1. 1. EFFECTIVE UTLIZATION OF HOME APPLIANCES BY USING SMART GRID UNDER THE GUIDENCE OF M.SRINIVAS HOD&ASST.PROFESSOR PRESENTED BY K.NAGA KEERTHANA 176C5A0211
  2. 2. This presentation includes the below topics  Introduction  Circuit diagram  WSN  WSN Architecture  System description  Smart grid  Features  Benefits  Future scope  Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  Energy is very essential in our daily life as it became a part of our life.  We cannot imagine a life without electricity .  Due to lack of awareness among the people , they waste the electricity taking if for granted.  In our project ,we use in home energy management application to evaluate the performance of home appliances in the role of energy consumption.  We are going to utilize the energy efficiently based on the depending on the time.  We try to reduce the contribution of the consumers to the peak load .
  4. 4. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
  5. 5. WSN (Wireless Sensor Network)  Even though wireless sensor has limited resources in memory computation power bandwidth, and energy  With small physical size. It can be embeded in the physical envirnoment  Self organizing multi-top ad-doc network
  6. 6. WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK ARCHITECTURE
  7. 7. SYSTEM DESCRIPITION  ENERGY MANAGEMENT  A residential load control (RLC) scheme that is suitable for grids with real-time pricing is proposed in optimal residential load control with price predication in real-time electricity pricing environment.  The electricity grid is undergoing a major renovation and becoming a smart grid by integrating the advances in information and communication technologies  The existing grid does not provide sufficient mechanisms to manage the residential electricity consumption.  However, interconnecting consumers devices with the home area networks and at the same time, communication with the unity
  8. 8. FACILITY MANAGEMENT  Facility management is an important part of energy management because a huge proportion of complete operating costs are energy costs.  According to the international facility management association (IFMA), facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the environment by integrating people, place, processes and technology  The central task of energy management is to reduce costs for the provision of energy in buildings and facilities without compromising work processes
  9. 9. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE SMART GRID  Thousands of central generation power stations delivering power to major load centers high capacity power lines which were then branched and divided to provide power to smaller industrial and domestic users over the entire supply area.  The topology of the 1960s grid was a result of the strong economies of scale large coal-gas and oil-fired power stations in the 1GW(1000MW) to 3GW scale are still found to be cost –effective due to efficiency-boosting features that can be cost effective only when the stations become very large
  10. 10. SMART GRID  A smart grid is an electrical grid which includes a variety of operation and energy measures including smart meters smart appliances renewable energy resources and energy efficient resources.  Electronic power conditioning and control of the production and distribution of electricity are important aspects of the smart grid.  Smart grid policy is organized in Europe as smart grid European technology platform.  Roll-out of smart grid technology also implies a fundamental re- generating of the electricity services in industry.  The first alternating current power grid system was installed in 1886 in great barrington massachsetts
  11. 11.  Transmission electricity distribution and demand driven control.  In the 20th century local grids grew overtime and were eventually interconnected for economic and reliability reasons.  By the 1960s the electric grids of developed countries had become very large mature and highly interconnected
  12. 12. FEATURES OF SMART GRID  Real time monitoring  Automated outage management and faster restoration  Dynamic pricing mechanisms  Incentivize consumers to alter usage during different times of day based on pricing signals  Better energy management  In-house displays  Web portals and mobile apps  Track and manage energy usage  Opportunities to reduce and conserve electricity etc.
  13. 13.  Smart grid will also facilitate distributed generation especially the roof top solar generation by allowing movement and measurement of energy in both produce and consume electricity to safely connect grid
  14. 14. BENEFITS OF SMART GRID DEVELOPMENTS  Several groups of the society are provided with multiple benefits through the smart grid implementations.  Such include utility customers and the regulators while some of the benefits include:  Reduction of T&D losses  Peak load management improved qos and reliability  Better asset management  Increased grid visibility and self-healing grids  Renewable integration and accessibility to electricity
  15. 15.  Increased options such s TOU tariff DR programs net metering  Satisfied customers and financially sound utilities  The smart grid represents the full suite of current and proposed responses to the challenges of the electricity supply.  Because of the diverse range of factors there are numerous competing taxonomies and no agreement on a universal definition.  Nevertheless one possible categorization
  16. 16. FUTURE SCOPE  To enhance performance of the network we have used simulation to decrease the packet size which results in decreasing the delay ratio and increasing the delivery ratio.  Finally we propose to fuse artifical intelligence with system to make it user-friendly
  17. 17. CONCLUSION  In our project we have successfully included automatic priority scheduling of appliances and have managed to reduce the peak load which is the main objective of the project.  Furthermore we elaborated on the performance of the WSHAN in terms of packet delivery ratio and delay
  18. 18. ADVANTAGES  We are going to utilize the energy efficiently based on the need depending on the time  We try to reduce the contribution of the consumers to the peak load
  19. 19. ANY QUERIES
  20. 20. THANK YOU

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