Case studies

Discover examples of how SAInt is being used.

Publications

  1. D. Adolfo, et al., An Integrated Solution for Planning and Operating Power-To-Gas Facilities in Coupled Gas and Electricity Networks, Pipeline Simulation Interest Group (PSIG) Conference 2021.
  2. O. J. Guerra, et al., Coordinated operation of electricity and natural gas systems from day-ahead to real-time markets, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2020.
  3. B. Hodge, et al., Integrated Model of Natural Gas Pipelines and the Electricity Grid, JISEA Research Highlight, 2020.
  4. O. J. Guerra, et al., Electric Power Grid and Natural Gas Network Operations and Coordination, NREL Technical Report, 2020.
  5. K. Klinkel, Combined Simulation of District Heating and Electrical Power Networks, Master Thesis, University of Eindhoven, 2020.
  6. M. Craig, et al., Valuing intra-day coordination of electric power and natural gas system operations, Energy Policy, 2020.
  7. K. A. Pambour, Modelling, simulation and analysis of security of supply scenarios in integrated gas and electricity transmission networks, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Groningen, 2018.
  8. K. A. Pambour, et al., The value of day-ahead coordination of power and natural gas network operations, Energies, 2018.
  9. K. A. Pambour, et al., SAInt - A novel quasi-dynamic Model for assessing Security of Supply in coupled Gas and Electricity Transmission Networks, Applied Energy, 2017.
  10. K. A. Pambour, et al., Development of a simulation framework for analyzing security of supply in integrated gas and electric power systems, Applied Sciences, 2017.
  11. K. A. Pambour, et al., An integrated transient Model for simulating the Operation of Natural Gas Transport Systems, Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2016.
  12. K. A. Pambour, et al., An integrated Simulation Tool for analyzing the Operation and Interdependency of Gas and Electric Power Systems, Pipeline Simulation Interest Group (PSIG) Conference 2016.
  13. K. A. Pambour, et al., SAInt - A simulation Tool for analyzing the consequences of Natural Gas Supply Disruptions, Pipeline Technology Conference (PTC) 2016.