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Electric Power : Distribution Emergency Operation

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Title: Electric Power : Distribution Emergency Operation
Author: Chee-Wooi Ten, Yachen Tang
ISBN: 1498798942 / 9781498798945
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 246
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 2018
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Reducing power outage time to each customer is essential to the overall distribution reliability. This book provides the fundamentals of emergency operation using a graph-theoretic approach and exploration of the subsystem(s) that address the operational aspects of electrical fault occurrence to determine possible feeder reconfiguration. The localization of a faulted segment within a feeder involves remote-controlled normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) switches through supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) between radially energized, interconnected feeders. Topics cover: (1) Data extraction from geographic information systems (GIS), (2) Graph modeling of distribution feeders, (3) Programming for backward/forward sweeping unbalanced power flow, (4) Short circuit analysis and fault localization, (5) Fault isolation, temporary and full service restoration, (6) Outage management and crew coordination, (7) Trouble call tickets and escalation to search for fault, and (8) Emerging subject of distribution management systems (DMS).

 

  • Novel and practical textbook that will help to understand distribution operation in graph theory
  • Show how to convert GIS coordinate datasets to graph and how to troubleshoot the geometry errors
  • Explain how to troubleshoot power flow divergence due to the bad metering datasets and allocation factor (AF) for each load within primary and secondary networks
  • Similar platform as DMS environment, but the graduate students have their hands-on experience to implement the applications in the MATLAB environment
  • Detailed modeling in graph theory of distribution feeders and possible reconfiguration to locate power outage

Preface
Acknowledgment
Glossary, Acronyms

Part I : Network Communication Architectures
Chapter 1 :
Interaction Between Entities

Part II : Operational Data Modeling and Preparation
Chapter 2 :
Distribution System Topology
Chapter 3 : Geospatial Data Importation to SCADA System
Chapter 4 : Available Metering Sources Within Distribution Networks

Part III : Computerized Network Applications
Chapter 5 :
Unbalanced Three-Phase Distribution Power Flow
Chapter 6 : Crew Dispatch Management
Chapter 7 : Fault Identification Based on Segment Localization
Chapter 8 : Isolation of Faulted Segment and Service Restoration
Chapter 9 : Trouble Call Tickets Issued by Customers
Chapter 10 : Creation of Switching Procedures
Chapter 11 : Harnessing the Outage Information

Part IV : Troubleshooting the Operational Errors
Chapter 12 :
Event Escalation Based on Incomplete Information

Part V : Emergin Development
Chapter 13 :
How the New Additions Can Change the Game

Index

 
 
 
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