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Titel:
CRISP - Simulation tool for fault detection and diagnostics in high-DG power networks
 
Auteur(s):
Andrieu, C.; Fontela, Miguel; Raison, B.
 
Gepubliceerd door: Publicatie datum:
ECN Energie in de Gebouwde Omgeving en Netten 14-9-2007
 
ECN publicatienummer: Publicatie type:
ECN-O--07-015 Overig
 
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Samenvatting:
This document gives a description of a tool proposed for fault detection and diagnostics. The main principles of the functions of fault localization are described and detailed for a given MV network that will be used for the ICT experiment in Grenoble (experiment 3B). The aim of the tool is to create a technical, simple and realistic context for testing ICT dedicated to an electrical application. The tool gives the expected inputs and outputs contents of the various distributed ICT components when a fault occurs in a given MV network. So the requirements for the ICT components are given in term of expected data collected, analysed and transmitted. Several examples are given in order to illustrate the inputs/outputs in case of different faults. The tool includes a topology description which is a main aspect to develop in the future for managing the distribution network. Updating topology in real time will become necessary for fault diagnostic and protection, but also necessary for the various possible added applications (local market balance and local electrical power quality for instance). The tool gives a context and a simple view for the ICT components behaviours assuming an ideal response and transmission from them. The real characteristics and possible limitations for the ICT (information latency, congestion, security) will be established during the experiments from the same context described in the HTFD tool.


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