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Algorithms for the Management of Electrical Demand Using a Domotic System with Classification of Electrical Charges

  • Kevin Andrés Suaza Cano
  • Javier Ferney Castillo GarciaEmail author
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Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 1194)

Abstract

Electricity demand management is the process of making appropriate use of energy resources. This process is carried out with the aim of achieving a reduction in electricity consumption. The electrical demand management algorithms are implemented in a domotic system that has the capacity to identify electrical loads using artificial neural networks. An analysis was carried out on the most important physical variables in the home, which have a direct relationship with energy consumption, and strategies were proposed on how to carry out a correct control over these, in search of generating energy savings without affecting comfort levels in the home. It was obtained, as a result that it is possible to generate an energy saving of 63% in comparison to a traditional house, this without affecting to a great extent the comfort of the user and allowing a great level of automation in the home.

Keywords

Domotic system Neural network Demand management 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kevin Andrés Suaza Cano
    • 1
  • Javier Ferney Castillo Garcia
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.Universidad Santiago de CaliCaliColombia

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