Special Issue "Digital Mockup and Visualization Application in Energy Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 March 2024 | Viewed by 5891
Interests: smart grid; medical IT; network security; energy harvesting; optimization
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There have been recent attempts to visualize big data and apply a digital mock up (DMU) to energy systems. DMU is a technology that can largely reduce time and cost by applying 3D solid modeling based on the data provided to parts that are to be manufactured. These parts are then assembled and examined on a computer screen to identify any errors in the design stage or address possible manufacturing issues in advance to improve quality. The application of DMU allows each system designer to achieve optimal designs within a limited space by receiving necessary design data for a system that must be mounted during the re-designing of parts or design of additional parts.
Additionally, similar to the energy-gauge user interface (UI) of electric vehicles, a technology that virtualizes electric energy has been commercialized, in conjunction with a big data study, which aims not only to monitor electric power usage in real time but also to predict future applications.
The significance of such a study especially lies in designing an electric system that understands the peak or off-peak periods of electric demand from electric power-based devices/equipment, including electric vehicles, smart homes or solar power stations and virtualizing the prediction of future power demands.
Meanwhile, the papers for this Special Issue will include some original developments, such as monitoring the power usage of old buildings with digital meters through power line communication (PLC). In addition, manuscripts that propose energy system solutions in the context of new multimedia technology relevant to virtualization (AR/VR/Metaverse, etc.) are most welcome. Additionally, papers focusing on the topics of software or hardware aspects are welcome as long as they focus on virtualization technology.
For this purpose, this Special Issue is open to receiving a variety of high-quality manuscripts concerning the purpose of solving (using DMU, new multimedia technology; visualization) challenges regarding Industry 4.0 based on smart grid/micro grid/power plants/energy harvesting. Participants may choose to write about one of the subjects listed below, though authors are not necessarily limited to these topics:
- Energy harvesting system service respecting human beings and their livelihood;
- Energy harvesting solutions of artificial intelligence and big data;
- Visualization/DMU in energy systems;
- UI/UX of energy systems;
- Visualization/DMU of modeling in energy systems;
- Engineering mathematical theories of energy harvesting that deeply affect science and industry;
- Energy harvesting media techniques and services for systems engineering;
- Visualization/DMU of power systems control;
- Optimization of operation of power systems;
- Visualization/DMU of energy management systems;
- Visualization/DMU of IoT and/or AI for power systems;
- Control visualization/DMU method of power electronics;
- Optimal operation of renewable energy;
- A public energy harvesting integration system for future systems;
- Energy storage system (ESS) for future systems;
- Visualization/DMU of photovoltaic (PV) systems and nuclear power plants;
- Visualization/DMU of thermal power plants;
- Visualization/DMU of wind power plants;
- Visualization/DMU of photovoltaic (PV) plants;
- Visualization/DMU of blockchain-based REC for photovoltaic (PV) systems;
- Security visualization/DMU of photovoltaic (PV) plants/thermal power plants/wind power plants/nuclear power plants;
- AR/VR/Metaverse of photovoltaic (PV) plants/thermal power plants/wind power plants/ nuclear power plants;
- Visualization/DMU of smart farm and photovoltaic (PV) systems.
Prof. Dr. Jun-Ho Huh
Manuscript Submission Information
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- digital mock up
- energy harvesting
- micro grid
- smart grid
- new multimedia technology