Power System Restoration: Methodologies And Implementation Strategies (a Selected Reprint Volume)

Adibi

  • 出版商: Wiley-IEEE Press
  • 出版日期: 2000-06-22
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  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 690
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 0780353978
  • ISBN-13: 9780780353978

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Electrical Engineering/Power Power System Restoration Methodologies & Implementation Strategies At a time when bulk power systems operate close to their design limits, the restructuring of the electric power industry has created vulnerability to potential blackouts. Prompt and effective power system restoration is essential for the minimization of downtime and costs to the utility and its customers, which mount rapidly after a system blackout. Power System Restoration meets the complex restoration challenges that arise by the dynamic capabilities of new technology in areas such as large-scale system analysis, communication and control, data management, artificial intelligence, and allied disciplines. It provides an up-to-date description of the restoration methodologies and implementation strategies practiced internationally. The book opens with a general overview of the restoration process and then covers:

  • Techniques used in restoration planning and training
  • Knowledge-based systems as operational aids in restoration
  • Issues associated with hydro and thermal power plants
  • High and extra-high voltage transmission systems
  • Restoration of distribution systems

Power System Restoration is essential reading for all power system planners and operating engineers in the power industry. It is also a valuable reference for researchers, practicing power engineers, and engineering students.

Table of Contents:

Preface.

RESTORATION OVERVIEW.

Power System Restoration—A Task Force Report (M. Adibi, et al.).

Power System Restoration—The Second Task Force Report (M. Adibi, et al.).

Analytical Tools for Power System Restoration—Conceptual Design (F. Wu, et al.).

System Operations Challenges (E. Nielson, et al.).

Power System Restoration Issues (M. Adibi, et al.).

Special Considerations in Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

New Approaches in Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

A Hierarchical Interactive Approach to Electric Power System Restoration (R. Nadira, et al.).

Special Consideration in Power System Restoration—The Second Working Group Report (M. Adibi, et al.).

Steam Plant Startup and Control in System Restoration (F. de Mello, et al.).

An AGC Implementation for System Islanding and Restoration Conditions (H. Ross, et al.).

Analytical Tool Requirements for Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

A Framework for Power System Restoration Following a Major Power Failure (J. Ancona).

RESTORATION TECHNIQUES.

Cold Load Pickup (J. McDonald, et al.).

Physically Based Modeling of Cold Load Pickup (S. Ihara, et al.).

Blackstart Utilization of Remote Combustion Turbines, Analytical Analysis, and Field Test (R. Shultz, et al.).

Overvoltage Control During Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Reactive Capability Limitation of Synchronous Machines (M. Adibi, et al.).

An Approach to Standing Phase Angle Reduction (S. Wunderlich, et al.).

Nuclear Plant Requirements During Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Protective System Issues During Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Remote Cranking of Stream Electric Stations (M. Adibi, et al.).

Optimizing Generator Reactive Power Resources (M. Adibi, et al.).

Asymmetry Issues in Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Frequency Response of Prime Movers During Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Energizing High and Extra-High Voltage Lines During Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

RESTORATION PLANNING.

System Restoration Plan Development for a Metropolitan Electric System (R. Kafka, et al.).

Role of Interactive and Control Computers in the Development of a System Restoration Plan (R. Kafka, et al.).

System Restoration—Deploying the Plan (W. Johnson).

Power System Restoration Planning (M. Adibi, et al.).

A Systematic Method for Power System Restoration Planning (J. Huang, et al.).

From Generic Restoration Actions to Specific Restoration Strategies (L. Fink, et al.).

Estimating Restoration Duration (M. Adibi, et al.).

RESTORATION TRAINING.

Development of a Large-Scale Dispatcher Training Simulator and Training Results (I. Susmago, et al.).

Dispatcher Training Simulators—Lessons Learned (J. Bucciero, et al.).

The Uses of an Operator Training Simulator for System Restoration (R. Chu, et al.).

An Advanced Transportable Operator Training Simulator (J. Waight, et al.).

Restoration Simulator Prepares Operators for Major Blackouts (R. Chu, et al.).

Bulk Power System Restoration Training Techniques (M. Cooper, et al.).

Experiences Using the Dispatcher Training Simulator as a Training Tool (G. Miller, et al.).

Verification of an Advanced Power System Restoration Support System Using an Operator Training Simulator (T. Kobayashi, et al.).

Evaluating a Restoration Tool Using Consolidated Edison's Training Simulator (M. Rafian, et al.).

System Restoration Guidelines: How to Set-up, Conduct, and Evaluate a Drill (J. Willson).

Power System Restoration Training Questionnaire Results (J. Willson).

SPECIFIC SYSTEM RESTORATION.

Low Voltage Bulk Power System Restoration Simulation (E. Simburger, et al.).

Summary of System Restoration Plan for the Pacific Northwest Power System (P. Arnold).

Field Experiences in Reenergization of Electrical Networks from Thermal and Hydro Units (E. Mariani, et al.).

System Restoration at Philadelphia Electric Company (D. Scheurer).

Service Restoration Following a Major Failure on the Hydro-Quebec Power System (G. Morin).

Policies for Restoration of a Power System (J. Gutiérrez, et al.).

Restoration in Sweden and Experience Gained from the Blackout of 1983 (R. Kearsley).

Simulation and Field Tests of the Start of a Large Coal-Fired Generating Station Utilizing Small Remote Hydro Generation (R. Lindstrom).

Power System Restoration Incorporating Interactive Graphics and Optimization (J. Huang, et al.).

Simulations and Field Tests of a Reactor Coolant Pump Emergency Start-up by Means of Remote Gas Units (P. Omahen, et al.).

Major Incidents on the French Electric System: Potentially and Curative Measures Studies (C. Counan, et al.).

Black-start and Restoration of a Part of the Italian HV Network: Modeling and Simulation of a Field Test (B. Delfino, et al.).

Interactive Long-Term Simulation for Power System Restoration Planning (N. Fountas, et al.).

Analysis of the Power Blackout of June 8, 1995 in the Israel Electric Corporation (Y. Hain, et al.).

KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS.

Development of a Knowledge-Based System for Power System Restoration (T. Sakaguchi, et al.).

Development of a Guidance Method for Power System Restoration (Y. Kojima, et al.).

The Development of Power System Restoration Methods for a Bulk Power System by Applying Knowledge Engineering Techniques (Y. Kojima, et al.).

Implementation of a Real-Time Expert System for a Restoration Guide in a Dispatching Center (K. Hotta, et al.).

Guiding a Power System Restoration with an Expert System (D. Kirschen, et al.).

Knowledge-Based Systems as Operational Aids in Power System Restoration (K. Matsumoto, et al.).

Operational Experience and Maintenance of a On-Line Expert System for Customer Restoration and Fault Testing (T.-K. Ma, et al.).

A Knowledge-Based Method for Making Restoration Plan of Bulk Power System (K. Shimakura, et al.).

Generation Capability Dispatch for Bulk Power System Restoration: A Knowledge-Based Approach (C.-C. Liu, et al.).

Expert System Requirements for Power System Restoration (M. Adibi, et al.).

Tie Line Utilization During Power System Restoration (K.-L. Liou, et al.).

Power System Restoration by Joint Usage of Expert System and Mathematical Programming Approach (T. Nagata, et al.).

A Petri Net Algorithm for Scheduling of Generic Restoration Actions (J.-S. Wu, et al.).

Hierarchical Time-Extended Petri Nets as Generic Tool for Power System Restoration (N. Fountas, et al.).

Decision Aid Function for Restoration of Transmission Power Systems: Conceptual Design and Real Time Considerations (T. Kostić, et al.).

DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM RESTORATION.

Adaptation of the Simplex Algorithm to Modeling of Cold Load Pickup of a Large Secondary Network Distribution System (M. Yolcu, et al.).

Statistical Synthesis of Physically Based Load Models with Applications to Cold Load Pickup (C.-Y. Chong, et al.).

Effects of Cold Load Pickup at the Distribution Substation Transformer (R. Wilde).

An Expert System Operational Aid for Restoration and Loss Reduction of Distribution Systems (C.-C. Liu, et al.).

A New Algorithm for Service Restoration in Distribution Systems (K. Aoki, et al.).

Heuristic Search Approach to Distribution System Restoration (A. Morelato, et al.).

Distribution Transformer Overloading Capability under Cold-Load Pickup Conditions (J. Aubin, et al.).

MARS: An Aid for Network Restoration After a Local Disturbance (E. Mondon, et al.).

An Analytical Approach for Step-by-Step Restoration of Distribution Systems Following Extended Outages (C. Uçak, et al.).

Knowledge-Based Behavior Interface: Its Application to Power Restoration Support System (J. Shinohara, et al.).

An Object-Oriented Approach for Implementing Power System Restoration Package (Z. Gaing, et al.).

Distribution System Design Optimization for Cold Load Pickup (J. Wakileh, et al.).

Distribution Feeder Reconfiguration for Service Restoration and Load Balancing (Q. Zhou, et al.).

Application of Expert System to Power System Restoration in Sub-control Center (Y.-M. Park, et al.).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

About the Editor.

About the Authors.