ELECTRICITY LOAD PROFILING FOR COASTAL HOUSING COMPLEXES BASED ON THE MEASUREMENTS OF FLATS ACTUAL LOAD
In this paper, a methodology for estimating end-use load shapes using the hourly whole-house metered load data, the household demographic survey data and the weather data (temperature) is presented. End use load shapes presents a method of generating realistic electricity load profile data for some of city of Tripoli domestic buildings. This method could help in predicting the daily load profile from individual flats to community. The results obtained show that the overall methodology provides an effective means for end-use load shape modeling and estimation.
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