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Cyber-Physical-Social Systems and Constructs in Electric Power Engineering. Energy Engineering

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Cyber-physical-social systems (CPSS) integrate computing, physical assets, and human networks. Divided into four application areas to the electric grid, this book describes state-of-the-art CPSS in electric power systems, including detailed approaches on social constructs which are a critical aspect of the end-user realm. The book covers:

- Grid stability and security: distributed controls and algorithms for stability, cyber-security of generator units, and dynamic contingency analysis in the grid.
- Distribution system controls and economics: aggregators and agents for demand response, electric vehicles integration, smart neighbourhoods, and microgrids.
- Social aspects and implementation: sociological customer interactions with the grid, SCADA systems, and occupants' roles in commercial buildings.
- Testbeds for validation: cyber-physical security assessment and distributed real time digital simulation.

This book will be invaluable to academics and professional engineers engaged in cyber-physical social system applications for power engineering. It will also be of interest to social scientists, economists, and business personnel working on engineering applications for the Smart Grid, and students of power engineering.
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- Part 1: Introduction
- Chapter 1: Introduction to cyber-physical-social systems and their applications in power systems engineering

- Part 2: Stability and security of the grid
- Chapter 2: Distributed control design for damping inter-area oscillations in cyber-physical power networks
- Chapter 3: Distributed algorithms for wide-area monitoring of power systems: a cyber-physical perspective
- Chapter 4: Cyber-physical strategies for generator coherency in the face of malicious attack
- Chapter 5: Dynamic contingency analysis and remedial action tools for secure electric cyber-physical systems

- Part 3: New philosophies of control and economics in distribution systems
- Chapter 6: Customer modeling and pricing-mechanisms for demand response in smart electric distribution grids
- Chapter 7: Application of the agent-based technology to invoke demand flexibility under the SG-BEMS integration framework
- Chapter 8: Grid integration of electric and hybrid electric vehicles in cyber-physical-social systems
- Chapter 9: Increasing local renewable energy use in smart neighborhoods through coordinated trading
- Chapter 10: Compensation of droop control in DC microgrid with multiple distributed generators
- Chapter 11: Co-operative responsive electric vehicles for social-economic dispatch

- Part 4: Social aspects and implementations
- Chapter 12: If you build it, will they come? Getting consumers on board with the future of the smart grid
- Chapter 13: Risks, threats and mitigation strategies for SCADA systems
- Chapter 14: Occupant-engaged fast demand response for commercial buildings

- Part 5: Testbeds for validation of the research concepts
- Chapter 15: A testbed for closed-loop cyber-physical-social system simulation and security analysis
- Chapter 16: Cyber-physical-social system security testbeds for an attack-resilient smart grid
- Chapter 17: Distributed real-time simulations for electric power engineering
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Siddharth Suryanarayanan Associate Professor.
Colorado State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, USA.

Siddharth Suryanarayanan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University where he teaches and supervises research in the area of electric power engineering.

Robin Roche Associate Professor.
University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM), France.

Robin Roche is an Associate Professor at the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM). His research at UTBM's Research Institute on Transportation, Energy and Society (IRTES) and FCLAB is in the field of smart electric power and energy systems, with a focus on microgrids.

Timothy M. Hansen Assistant Professor.
South Dakota State University, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, USA.

Timothy M. Hansen is an Assistant Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at South Dakota State University. His research interests include energy systems integration and management, resource allocation and optimisation in multiple disciplines, and high-performance computing.

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