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Sobre

Sobre

Obtive a Licenciatura em Matemática Aplicada – Ciências dos Computadores na Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto, Portugal, em 1991, e obtive o Mestrado e Doutoramento em Engenharia Eletrotécnica e de Computadores (área de Sistemas de Energia) na Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal, em 1995 e 2002, respectivamente.
Em 1991 ingressei no INESC TEC onde sou o Responsável da Àrea DMS/EMS e Operação de Redes, e Investigador Sénior do Centro de Sistemas de Energia (CPES). Desde 1995, sou docente na Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto, sendo actualmente Professor Auxiliar.
Eu tenho colaborado em vários projectos relacionados com o desenvolvimento de sistemas DMS (incluindo projectos europeus: MORE MICROGRIDS, SuSTAINABLE, evolvDSO, Integrid),aplicando técnicas de computação aos sistemas de energia, nomeadamente ao problema de Estimação de Estado

Tópicos
de interesse
Detalhes

Detalhes

  • Nome

    Jorge Correia Pereira
  • Cargo

    Investigador Sénior
  • Desde

    01 dezembro 1991
033
Publicações

2023

MV NETWORK MAINTENANCE PLANNING DECISION SUPPORT TOOL CONSIDERING FLEXIBILITY OF DER

Autores
Tavares, B; Pereira, J; Gouveia, C; Retorta, F; Mourão, RL; Louro, M;

Publicação
IET Conference Proceedings

Abstract
Taking advantage of the flexibility of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) can help improve distribution network efficiency, reliability and resilience. EUniversal project aims to facilitate the use of flexibility services and interlink active system management of distribution system operators with electricity markets. congestion management and voltage control have been identified has the most relevant needs, within different operation timeframes, namely: from day, weeks and years ahead. This paper considers long-term flexibility services to support maintenance actions, increasing the periods where is technically possible to perform maintenance actions maintaining security of operation. The methodology developed to schedule planned maintenance actions based on forecasted network profiles, maintenance costs, network reconfiguration capability and flexibility contracted in long-term flexible markets will be presented. © The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2023.

2023

THE NEXT GENERATION OF ADMS FUNCTIONS FOR PREDICTIVE MANAGEMENT OF DER

Autores
Viegas, P; Cabral, D; Gonçalves, L; Pereira, J; Andrade, R; Azevedo, M; Simões, J; Gomes, M; Costa, C; Benedicto, P; Viana, J; Silva, P; Rodrigues, A; Bessa, R; Simões, M; Araújo, M;

Publicação
IET Conference Proceedings

Abstract
The increasing integration of renewable energy sources (RES) at different voltage levels of the distribution grid has led to technical challenges, namely voltage and congestion problems. Conversely, the integration of new Distributed Energy Resources (DER) provides the necessary flexibility to accommodate higher RES integration levels. This work describes the development of innovative functional modules, based on optimal power flow calculations and grid forecasting, dedicated to the predictive management of the distribution grid considering DER flexibility, which are integrated into a commercial SCADA/DMS solution. © The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2023.

2022

Improved battery storage systems modeling for predictive energy management applications

Autores
Silva R.; Gouveia C.; Carvalho L.; Pereira J.;

Publicação
IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe

Abstract
This paper presents a model predictive control (MPC) framework for battery energy storage systems (BESS) management considering models for battery degradation, system efficiency and V-I characteristics. The optimization framework has been tested for microgrids with different renewable generation and load mix considering several operation strategies. A comparison for one-year simulations between the proposed model and a naïve BESS model, show an increase in computation times that still allows the application of the framework for real-time control. Furthermore, a trade-off between financial revenue and reduced BESS degradation was evaluated for the yearly simulation, considering the degradation model proposed. Results show that a conservative BESS usage strategy can have a high impact on the asset's lifetime and on the expected system revenues, depending on factors such as the objective function and the degradation threshold considered.

2021

NEXTSTEP - Developing future smart secondary substations

Autores
Carreira, JG; Santos, MGM; Pires, L; Ferreira, GM; Almeno, L; Pinheiro, S; Neves, E; Azevedo, L; Costa, N; Gomes, F; Gouveia, C; Zanghi, E; Pereira, J; Simões, N; Tadeu, A; Coimbra, A; Oliveira, J; Aparício, A;

Publicação
IET Conference Proceedings

Abstract
Future Secondary Substation (SS) design requires a more integrated approach, from the building envelope design, electromechanically equipments to the advanced monitoring and control, taking into account new technical, environmental and economic requirements. The main objective of the project is to develop an integrated solution for the SSS, considering innovative solutions for the building envelope and thermal behavior, power transformer and switching equipment as well as monitoring, protection and control system. This paper presents the specification of future SS developed in Portuguese project NEXTSTEP - Next Distribution SubsTation ImprovEd Platform and describes its mains innovative solution and advanced control functionalities. © 2021 The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

2019

A new interior point solver with generalized correntropy for multiple gross error suppression in state estimation

Autores
Pesteh, S; Moayyed, H; Miranda, V; Pereira, J; Freitas, V; Simoes Costa, AS; London Jr, JBA;

Publicação
ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS RESEARCH

Abstract
This paper provides an answer to the problem of State Estimation (SE) with multiple simultaneous gross errors, based on Generalized Error Correntropy instead of Least Squares and on an interior point method algorithm instead of the conventional Gauss-Newton algorithm. The paper describes the mathematical model behind the new SE cost function and the construction of a suitable solver and presents illustrative numerical cases. The performance of SE with the data set contaminated with up to five simultaneous gross errors is assessed with confusion matrices, identifying false and missed detections. The superiority of the new method over the classical Largest Normalized Residual Test is confirmed at a 99% confidence level in a battery of tests. Its ability to address cases where gross errors fall on critical measurements, critical sets or leverage points is also confirmed at the same level of confidence.

Teses
supervisionadas

2022

Functional density symbolic data analysis

Autor
Rui Miguel da Cunha Nunes

Instituição
UP-FCUP

2022

Provision of services for TSO through distribution resources in a local market

Autor
Fábio Sester Retorta

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2021

3D Photo Mapper

Autor
Juliana Maria Cruz Marques

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2021

Analysis of the Auction and Continuous Intraday Electricity Markets of the MIBEL

Autor
Luís Ferreira Monteiro

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2021

Optical characterization of atmospheric turbulence

Autor
Paulo Alexandre Paiva de Andrade

Instituição
UP-FEUP