Technological Innovation Management for Sustainable Energy Development Associated with Industrial Development and Legal Duties

Recently, computer–physical systems provide a critical service together with physical and computer elements including integrated and robust medical services, a smart electricity grid, the green cloud, and air traffic control. While sustainable energy is becoming increasingly important as globally concern issues are being recognized, and energy supply and uses are becoming critical. To provide this ubiquity, energy efficient and cheap functionality to cyber physical systems, the information available from the physical environment is required under the related law. This paper describes a sustainability cyber construction resource modeling algorithm, which, via a broad range of real-world data, almost builds a smart city model with a distribution network (DN). It consists of different energy management systems models that control consumer power systems and simulate energy, loss, and tension flux in the DN. In addition, scenarios such as photovoltaic deployment and the penetration of electric vehicles estimate indices that calculate the sustainable urban model, for instance carbon emission to address social security issues. It is possible to view the tests and the interface as extremely versatile and ideal for different types of intelligent city problems.

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  • Accession Number: 01763087
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS, ASCE
  • Created Date: Dec 9 2020 3:09PM