Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies

Possibilities and Challenges

Francisco De Leon, Reynaldo Salcedo, Xuanchang Ran, Juan A. Martinez-Velasco

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Abstract

This chapter describes the use of time-domain analysis for the study of smart grid (SG) technologies. The studies particularly include cases of system reconfigurations by large number of switching operations, and discussions of how to exploit the advantage of automation and the self-healing capabilities of a real-life complex network. The chapter also covers the study of distributed energy resources (DERs) integration into the system and their possible effects on system voltage violations. Time-domain simulations allow for the study of issues such as power system overvoltages to be analysed in detail. Two of these studies for distribution networks having networked secondary services are discussed in the chapter. The chapter also discusses the negative impacts of distributed generation (DG) to distribution system reliability, which is of high importance to utilities. It offers some experience of the development of industrial-grade translators for interfacing power-flow programs with electromagnetic transient program (EMTP)-type programs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationTransient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications
Publisherwiley
Pages481-551
Number of pages71
ISBN (Electronic)9781118694190
ISBN (Print)9781118352342
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 28 2014

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Time domain analysis
Distributed power generation
Complex networks
Energy resources
Electric power distribution
Automation
Electric potential

Keywords

  • Distributed generation (DG)
  • Distribution networks
  • Distribution systems
  • Electromagnetic transient program (EMTP)-type programs
  • Industrial-grade translators
  • Power system overvoltages
  • Power-flow programs
  • Smart grid (SG) technologies
  • Time-domain analysis

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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De Leon, F., Salcedo, R., Ran, X., & Martinez-Velasco, J. A. (2014). Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies: Possibilities and Challenges. In Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications (pp. 481-551). wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118694190.ch12

Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies : Possibilities and Challenges. / De Leon, Francisco; Salcedo, Reynaldo; Ran, Xuanchang; Martinez-Velasco, Juan A.

Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications. wiley, 2014. p. 481-551.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

De Leon, F, Salcedo, R, Ran, X & Martinez-Velasco, JA 2014, Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies: Possibilities and Challenges. in Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications. wiley, pp. 481-551. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118694190.ch12
De Leon F, Salcedo R, Ran X, Martinez-Velasco JA. Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies: Possibilities and Challenges. In Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications. wiley. 2014. p. 481-551 https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118694190.ch12
De Leon, Francisco ; Salcedo, Reynaldo ; Ran, Xuanchang ; Martinez-Velasco, Juan A. / Time-Domain Analysis of the Smart Grid Technologies : Possibilities and Challenges. Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications. wiley, 2014. pp. 481-551
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