David P. Chassin focuses on Electric power system, Simulation, Power system simulation, Electricity and Smart grid. His research integrates issues of Control engineering, Network topology and Electric power transmission in his study of Electric power system. He has included themes like Thermostat, Queueing theory and Setpoint, Control theory in his Simulation study.
His Power system simulation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Automation, Supercomputer, Simulation modeling and Modeling and simulation. His Electricity research includes themes of Data modeling, AC power, Electric motor, Electricity generation and Component. His research in Smart grid tackles topics such as Market demand schedule which are related to areas like Demand response.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electric power system, Electricity, Simulation, Demand response and Smart grid. His work on Power system simulation as part of general Electric power system study is frequently connected to Inertia, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. David P. Chassin combines subjects such as Transactive memory, Microeconomics and Resource allocation with his study of Electricity.
His Simulation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Automation, Reliability engineering, Electricity generation, Thermostat and Dynamic pricing. The concepts of his Demand response study are interwoven with issues in Dynamic demand, Load regulation, Load balancing, Control engineering and Load management. His Smart grid study also includes fields such as
His main research concerns Electricity, Control theory, Thermostat, Demand response and Electric power system. His Automotive engineering research extends to the thematically linked field of Electricity. David P. Chassin has researched Automotive engineering in several fields, including Deadband, Simulation, Renewable resource, Energy storage and Electricity generation.
The Thermostat study combines topics in areas such as Fault, Electronic engineering, Control signal and Voltage. His study in Demand response is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Demand curve, Derived demand, Price elasticity of demand, Consumer choice and Demand patterns. David P. Chassin connects Electric power system with Human-in-the-loop in his research.
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GridLAB-D: An open-source power systems modeling and simulation environment
D.P. Chassin;K. Schneider;C. Gerkensmeyer.
ieee/pes transmission and distribution conference and exposition (2008)
Electrical appliance energy consumption control methods and electrical energy consumption systems
Matthew K. Donnelly;David P. Chassin;Jeffery E. Dagle;Michael Kintner-Meyer.
Pacific Northwest GridWise™ Testbed Demonstration Projects; Part I. Olympic Peninsula Project
Donald J. Hammerstrom;Ron Ambrosio;Teresa A. Carlon;John G. DeSteese.
Evaluating North American Electric Grid Reliability Using the Barabasi-Albert Network Model
David P. Chassin;Christian Posse.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2005)
A state-queueing model of thermostatically controlled appliances
Ning Lu;D.P. Chassin.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2004)
Modeling uncertainties in aggregated thermostatically controlled loads using a State queueing model
Ning Lu;D.P. Chassin;S.E. Widergren.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2005)
Load modeling in power system studies: WECC progress update
D. Kosterev;A. Meklin;J. Undrill;B. Lesieutre.
power and energy society general meeting (2008)
GridLAB-D: An Agent-Based Simulation Framework for Smart Grids
David P. Chassin;Jason C. Fuller;Ned Djilali.
Journal of Applied Mathematics (2014)
Modern Grid Initiative Distribution Taxonomy Final Report
Kevin P. Schneider;Yousu Chen;David P. Chassin;Robert G. Pratt.
Pacific Northwest GridWise™ Testbed Demonstration Projects; Part II. Grid Friendly™ Appliance Project
Donald J. Hammerstrom;Jerry Brous;David P. Chassin;Gale R. Horst.
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