SOSPO-SP: Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems Simulation Platform for Real-Time System State Evaluation and Control

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@article{03f945db6b674023a18111e705de7189,
title = "SOSPO-SP: Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems Simulation Platform for Real-Time System State Evaluation and Control",
abstract = "New challenges are arising in managing power systems as these systems become more complex due to the use of high levels of distributed generation, mainly based on renewable energy sources, and due to the competitive environment within the power sector. At the same time, the use of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) provides more information and enables wide-area monitoring with accurate timing. One of the challenges in the near future is converting the high quantity and quality of information provided by PMUs into useful knowledge about operational state of a global system. The use of real-time simulation in closed-loop is essential to develop and validate new real-time applications of wide-area PMU data. This paper presents a simulation platform developed within the research project Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems (SOSPO). The SOSPO simulation platform (SOSPO-SP) functions in a closed-loop, integrating new real-time assessment methods to provide useful information to operators in power system control centers and to develop new control methodologies that handle emergency situations and avoid power system blackouts.",
keywords = "Phasor Measurement Units, Real-Time simulation platforms, Stability assessment methods, Visualization",
author = "Hugo Morais and Pieter Vancraeyveld and Pedersen, {Allan Henning Birger} and Morten Lind and Hj{\"o}rtur J{\'o}hannsson and Jacob {\O}stergaard",
year = "2014",
doi = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TII.2014.2321521",
language = "English",
pages = "2318--2329",
journal = "I E E E Transactions on Industrial Informatics",
issn = "1551-3203",
publisher = "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - SOSPO-SP: Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems Simulation Platform for Real-Time System State Evaluation and Control

AU - Morais, Hugo

AU - Vancraeyveld, Pieter

AU - Pedersen, Allan Henning Birger

AU - Lind, Morten

AU - Jóhannsson, Hjörtur

AU - Østergaard, Jacob

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - New challenges are arising in managing power systems as these systems become more complex due to the use of high levels of distributed generation, mainly based on renewable energy sources, and due to the competitive environment within the power sector. At the same time, the use of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) provides more information and enables wide-area monitoring with accurate timing. One of the challenges in the near future is converting the high quantity and quality of information provided by PMUs into useful knowledge about operational state of a global system. The use of real-time simulation in closed-loop is essential to develop and validate new real-time applications of wide-area PMU data. This paper presents a simulation platform developed within the research project Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems (SOSPO). The SOSPO simulation platform (SOSPO-SP) functions in a closed-loop, integrating new real-time assessment methods to provide useful information to operators in power system control centers and to develop new control methodologies that handle emergency situations and avoid power system blackouts.

AB - New challenges are arising in managing power systems as these systems become more complex due to the use of high levels of distributed generation, mainly based on renewable energy sources, and due to the competitive environment within the power sector. At the same time, the use of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) provides more information and enables wide-area monitoring with accurate timing. One of the challenges in the near future is converting the high quantity and quality of information provided by PMUs into useful knowledge about operational state of a global system. The use of real-time simulation in closed-loop is essential to develop and validate new real-time applications of wide-area PMU data. This paper presents a simulation platform developed within the research project Secure Operation of Sustainable Power Systems (SOSPO). The SOSPO simulation platform (SOSPO-SP) functions in a closed-loop, integrating new real-time assessment methods to provide useful information to operators in power system control centers and to develop new control methodologies that handle emergency situations and avoid power system blackouts.

KW - Phasor Measurement Units

KW - Real-Time simulation platforms

KW - Stability assessment methods

KW - Visualization

U2 - http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TII.2014.2321521

DO - http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TII.2014.2321521

M3 - Journal article

SP - 2318

EP - 2329

JO - I E E E Transactions on Industrial Informatics

JF - I E E E Transactions on Industrial Informatics

SN - 1551-3203

ER -