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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Consumer Loading Characterization Based On Measurement Campaigns - A Prospective Approach|
Da Silveira P.O.
|Abstract:||This paper presents a prospective approach on how load curves can be typified using the NCEA (National Classification of the Economic Activities) instrument and also based on energy measurement campaigns commonly carried out. The proposed method intends to obtain load curves sufficiently robust, despite the available measurements may not have statistical significance. The proposed hypotesis tries to identify more representative consumer groups within a certain activity regarding parameters like the consumer class, consumption pattern, average energy, load factor and other available parameters. The results presented, pertaining here to the measurement of Group B (which according to the 1160 NCEA activity involves container manufacture, metal works, etc) indicate that these curves have the potential to replace the curves currently used in engineering (based on GIS) with data obtained through the measurement campaigns for tariff revision. © 2012 IEEE.|
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