To systematically shift existing distribution outage management paradigms to smart and more efficient schemes, we need to have an architectural overview of Smart Grids to reuse the assets as much as possible. Smart Grid Architecture Model offers a support to design such emerging use cases by representing interoperability aspects among component, function, communication, information, and business layers. To allow this kind of interoperability analysis for design and implementation of Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration function in outage management systems, we develop an Internet-of-Things-based platform to perform real time co-simulations. Physical components of the grid are modeled in Opal-RT real time simulator, an automated Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration algorithm is developed in MATLAB and an MQTT communication has been adopted. A 2-feeder MV network with a normally open switch for reconfiguration is modeled to realize the performance of the developed co-simulation platform.

Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration Test Platform Based on Smart Grid Architecture Model Using Internet-of-Things Approaches / Estebsari, Abouzar; Patti, Edoardo; Barbierato, Luca. - (2018), pp. 1-5. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 18th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (EEEIC) tenutosi a Palermo nel 12-15 June 2018 [10.1109/EEEIC.2018.8494449].

Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration Test Platform Based on Smart Grid Architecture Model Using Internet-of-Things Approaches

Abouzar Estebsari;Edoardo Patti;Luca Barbierato
2018

Abstract

To systematically shift existing distribution outage management paradigms to smart and more efficient schemes, we need to have an architectural overview of Smart Grids to reuse the assets as much as possible. Smart Grid Architecture Model offers a support to design such emerging use cases by representing interoperability aspects among component, function, communication, information, and business layers. To allow this kind of interoperability analysis for design and implementation of Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration function in outage management systems, we develop an Internet-of-Things-based platform to perform real time co-simulations. Physical components of the grid are modeled in Opal-RT real time simulator, an automated Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration algorithm is developed in MATLAB and an MQTT communication has been adopted. A 2-feeder MV network with a normally open switch for reconfiguration is modeled to realize the performance of the developed co-simulation platform.
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