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José Gouveia concluiu em 2015 o Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Eletrotécnica e de Computadores na FEUP, especializado-se no ramo de energias.

Pelo trabalho desenvolvido na tese de mestrado, ele ganhou uma menção honrosa no Prémio REN 2016.

Desde o ingresso no INESC TEC, em Maio de 2015, tem estado envolvido em projetos científicos e consultoria na área de integração de fontes renováveis no sistema elétrico assim como na análise em regime dinâmico de sistemas elétricos.

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  • Nome

    José Miguel Gouveia
  • Cluster

    Energia
  • Cargo

    Assistente de Investigação
  • Desde

    01 maio 2015
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Publicações

2017

MicroGrid Energy Balance Management for Emergency Operation

Autores
Gouveia, J; Gouveia, C; Rodrigues, J; Bessa, R; Madureira, AG; Pinto, R; Moreira, CL; Lopes, JAP;

Publicação
2017 IEEE MANCHESTER POWERTECH

Abstract
A distinctive characteristic of a Microgrid (MG) system is related to the ability of operating autonomously. However, the stability of the system relies in storage and generation availability, providing frequency and voltage regulation. Considering the deployment of distributed storage units in the Low Voltage network and of smart metering infrastructures, this paper presents an online tool for promoting an effective coordination of MG flexible resources in order ensure a secure autonomous operation and maximize the time that the MG is able to operate islanded from the main grid. The tool determines a priori an emergency operation plan for the next hours, based on load and microgeneration forecasting. The limited energy capacity of the distributed storage units participating in MG control is also considered.

2017

Multi-Period Modeling of Behind-the-Meter Flexibility

Autores
Pinto, R; Matos, MA; Bessa, RJ; Gouveia, J; Gouveia, C;

Publicação
2017 IEEE MANCHESTER POWERTECH

Abstract
Reliable and smart information on the flexibility provision of Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) represents great value for Distribution System Operators and Demand/flexibility Aggregators while market agents. However, efficiently delimiting the HEMS multi-temporal flexibility feasible domain is a complex task. The algorithm proposed in this work is able to efficiently learn and define the feasibility search space endowing DSOs and aggregators with a tool that, in a reliable and time efficient faction, provides them valuable information. That information is essential for those agents to comprehend the fully grid operation and economic benefits that can arise from the smart management of their flexible assets. House load profile, photovoltaic (PV) generation forecast, storage equipment and flexible loads as well as pre-defined costumer preferences are accounted when formulating the problem. Support Vector Data Description (SVDD) is used to build a model capable of identifying feasible HEMS flexibility offers. The proposed algorithm performs efficiently when identifying the feasibility of multi-temporal flexibility offers.

2015

Participation of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids in Frequency Regulation Services

Autores
Moreira, CL; Gouveia, JR; Silva, B;

Publicação
PROCEEDINGS 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CAMPATIBILITY AND POWER ELECTRONICS (CPE)

Abstract
This paper addresses the provision of frequency control services with multi-terminal HVDC grids interconnecting several asynchronous AC control areas and integrating offshore wind farms. Regarding the operational performance of the multi-terminal HVDC grid, it is discussed and proposed a communication-free regulation scheme that allows these type of infrastructures to actively participate in primary frequency regulation services and provision of inertial emulation capabilities among the non-synchronous areas. Additionally, the proposed control scheme is extended such that offshore wind generators can also actively provide inertia and primary frequency control to the mainland AC grid. The main rational of the proposed control scheme relies of a cascading control mechanism based on the modulation of active power as a function of the frequency in the HVDC converter stations connected to mainland AC grids and on the control of the frequency in the HVDC converters associated to offshore wind farms. The DC grid voltage variations resulting from this principle is used as a natural communication channel to develop the control loops to be used in all the converter stations. The effectiveness of the proposed strategy is illustrated in the case of two non-synchronous areas linked by a multi-terminal HVDC system connecting two offshore wind farms.