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Table 4 Scenario Description

From: Empowering the selection of demand response methods in smart homes: development of a decision support framework

# Description
Basic scenario details Homes: (1) working couple, 3 children; (2) working woman, 2 children; (3) multigenerational family (working couple, 2 children, 2 seniors); (4) working woman under age 30; (5) working man under age 30; (6) working under age 30; (7) couple with 2 children, man at work. Appliances: washing machine (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7); dryer (1, 7); dishwasher (1, 2, 3, 7). Cost function: We assume that we have a TOUP from the supplier. Infrastructure: No generation or storage data were added. Additional Information: No appliances may run between 24:00 and 07:00; an EV is added to each household and regarded as a deferrable load; the residents leave at 07:00 and return at 18:00, so the EV cannot be charged between these times.
Variation 1 No EV
Variation 2 (Event 1) EV (Volkswagen e-Up) with 3.6 kW charging (AC)
Variation 3 (Event 2) EV with fast-charging infrastructure (DC)