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Use Of An Informational System For Modeling And Simulation Concerning The Prognosis Of Electric Power


  • Simona Rotaru
  • Mirela Ghita
  • Sorin Dinca


The management of the electric power process in modern hydroelectric power plants implicate the intense use of the information technology, both for the activities performed in actual time and also for the ones performed outside the actual time. Now, when discussing about the problem concerning the development of hydroelectric potential, in the same time with the optimization of production process, it is necessary to assist the manufacturer�s decision in choosing those production capacities able to cover the electric power consume which has important variations in time. Concerning the production of electric power, its defining particularity that it can not be deposited, also imposes that the prognosis of electric power to be as precise as possible. Using an advanced informational system instrument for parametric modeling and simulation concerning the electric power can also be made scenarios and prognosis having an error of 3% instead of 5%, in the present, being place at the upper limit of

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  • Simona Rotaru & Mirela Ghita & Sorin Dinca, 2006. "Use Of An Informational System For Modeling And Simulation Concerning The Prognosis Of Electric Power," Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Financial Management and Accounting Craiova, vol. 1(1(1)_2006), pages 55-60.
  • Handle: RePEc:ush:jaessh:v:1:y:2006:i:1(1)_2006:p:55-60

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