Archive of: brooks

  1. The Complete Master’s Thesis posted January 2, 2013

    Here is the whole Master’s Thesis (170+ pages).   Brooks Taylor Master’s Thesis

  2. The Masters Thesis Summary posted January 2, 2013

    Here is a summary of my Master’s thesis for anyone interested in reading it.   Brooks Taylor -Thesis summary

  3. Peak Load shifting is more dynamic than you think posted February 7, 2012

    I am working on the peak load shifting portion of the model. I keep a 7 day running average of the peaks and valleys and […]

  4. What are we going to do? posted February 1, 2012

    I don’t think there is much doubt in the fact that we as humans are affecting the atmosphere with our fossil fuel combustion. There are […]

  5. Baseline model approved posted February 1, 2012

    I demonstrated the base model to my test company contact and received positive feedback. I spent a few minutes reviewing system dynamics in general and […]

  6. Load shifting in the model posted January 25, 2012

    I have the Load Shifting behavior working in the model now. It will be used when Time of Use (TOU) rates are implemented. If people […]

  7. A big question posted January 16, 2012

    There are so many variations from month to month and year to year in total energy costs and total charges to customers, it is difficult […]

  8. Model Dynamics are very interesting posted January 16, 2012

    I am trying to finish the baseline model to verify that I have the peak demand charge logic correct. Because I am trying to model […]

  9. The Thesis Proposal posted January 15, 2012

    Thesis Proposal – Final My Thesis committee has been very helpful in getting me to this point. This version is much improved from my starting […]

  10. And so it begins… posted January 15, 2012

    I’ve been thinking about and planning this thesis for more than a year. Now the time has come to actually get it done. It is […]