com.powsybl.iidm.network.Battery interface is used to model a battery.
A battery on the electric grid is an energy storage device that is either capable of capturing energy from the grid or of injecting it into the grid. The electric energy on the grid side is thus transformed into chemical energy on the battery side and vice versa. The power flow is bidirectional and it is controlled via a power electronic converter.
|p0||double||MW||yes||-||The Constant active power|
|q0||double||MVar||yes||-||The Constant reactive power|
|MinP||double||MW||yes||-||The Minimal active power|
|MaxP||double||MW||yes||-||The Maximum active power|
||-||no||-||The terminal used for regulation|
The minimal active power is expected to be lower than the maximal active power.
A set of reactive limits can be associated to a battery. All the reactive limits modelings available in the library are described here.
This example shows how to create a new
Battery in the network:
Battery battery = network.getVoltageLevel("VL").newBattery() .setId("BAT") .setNode(1) .setP0(10) .setQ0(0) .setMinP(-12.0) .setMaxP(12.0) .add();
This extension is used for both batteries and generators, see generators.