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This web page provides all public deliverables (i.e. written reports which are deliverables) compiled within the SmILES project. Please use the asset manager below to get metadata information about a deliverable or  to  download it. For accessing related e.g. specification documents or data-files according to the tabular listings within the deliverables please accces those via the download areas for documents and data-files.

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D3.1 Description of Use Cases

D3.1 Description of Use Cases

Thumbnail Uploaded by Claudia Greceanu, 6/25/18 11:25 AM One of the main goals of the SmILES project is to combine the modelling and simulation expertise of five research partners ‐ AIT, DTU, EDF, KIT and VITO ‐ each with a different research focus, simulation tradition, choice of toolchain etc. Furthermore, each of the partners introduces a different system configuration, each with a particular set of possibilities and limitations. Use cases representing the individual partners’ interests (“Partner UCs”) can be expected to differ considerably. This document presents a part of the work conducted in task 1 of work package 3 of the SmILES project. It includes the adaptation of a test description procedure based on work in the H2020 ERIGrid project, the collection of partner use cases and the selection of joint use cases by identification of similarities and overlaps.
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