# Smart Grid

In our study, datasets of two simulators, namely phasor-based simulator and hybrid-type simulator are used. In the hybrid environment, first, the outputs of the phasor-based simulator are converted to instantaneous waveforms, then based on instruction, distortions and noises are added (superimposed) to these waveforms, and finally, the distorted waveforms are fed to the detailed model of PMUs simulated in EMT domain. Outputs of both simulators can be found in the submitted file.

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This file contains one-year measurements of demand (average 11 kWh/day), Electric vehicle charging (3 kW rating), and PV generation (3.3 kWp) for a household in London, UK.

This dataset is associated with the following paper:

A. A. R. Mohamed, R. J. Best, X. A. Liu and D. J. Morrow, "A Comprehensive Robust Techno-Economic Analysis and Sizing Tool for the Small-Scale PV and BESS," in *IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion*, doi: 10.1109/TEC.2021.3107103.

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The IEEE 24 bus system is modelled in Digsilent’s Power factory, and normal operating data points are generated under quasi dynamic simulation and N-2 contingencies. An optimization problem to generate false data injection attack vectors are then modelled using MATLAB. This data contains normal, contingency and attack data points for the necessary variables in a power network. The attack data has 5 parts, with each part generated by a different type of attack.

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This dataset contains (1) the Simulink model of a three-phase photovoltaic power system with passive anti-islanding protections like over/under current (OUC), over/under voltage (OUV), over/under frequency (OUF), rate of change of frequency (ROCOF), and dc-link voltage and (2) the results in the voltage source converter and the point of common coupling of the photovoltaic system during islanding operation mode and detection times of analyzed anti-islanding methods.

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This dataset was curated for outage management in electricity networks. It is based on a modification of the IEEE 24 bus reliability test system network. The modified network comprises 10 generators, 50 buses, and 40 load zones; supplying 270,000 customers. For illustrative purposes, the network is assumed to span the region between longitudes 13.2989°W and 12.9133°W and latitudes 8.1712°N and 8.4998°N. This region happens to be located in Western Sierra Leone and covers an area of approximately 681 square kilometres.

The dataset comprises:

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