During object-relational database physical structure design, problems are caused by three factors: ambiguity of transformations of conceptual model, multiplicity of quality assessment criteria, and a lack of constructive model. In the present study a constructive hierarchical model of physical database structure has been developed. Implementations are used in XML, SQL and Java languages. Multi-criterial structure optimisation method has also been developed. Structure variation space is generated using transformation rule database. Prototype has been implemented within the framework of the research.
In this study, multi-objective optimal scheduling of smart energy Hub system (SEHS) in the day ahead is proposed. A SEHS is comprising of interconnected energy hybrid system infrastructures such as electrical, thermal, wind, solar, natural gas and other fuels to supply many types of electrical and thermal loads in a two-way communication platform. All objectives in this paper, are minimized and consist of 1) operation cost and emission polluting in generation side, 2) loss of energy supply probability (LESP) in demand side, and 3) deviation of electrical and thermal loads with the optimal level of electrical and thermal profile in the day ahead. The third objective to flatten electrical and thermal demand profile using Demand Side Management (DSM) by the optimal shifting of electrical and thermal shiftable loads (SLs) is proposed. Also, stochastic modelling of renewable energy sources (RESs) and electrical and thermal loads by Monte Carlo technique is modelled. Using GAMS optimization software, proposed approach by ε -constraint method for obtaining to non-dominated Pareto solutions of objectives is implemented. Moreover, by the decision-making method, the best solution of non-dominated Pareto solutions is selected. Finally, two case studies and sensitivity analysis in case studies for confirmation of the proposed approach are analysed.
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