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|Title:||Improving distribution network model accuracy using impedance estimation from micro-synchrophasor data|
|Keywords:||Micro-Synchrophasor;Phasor Measurement Unit;Underground cable modeling;Parameter estimation|
|Citation:||IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2016, 2016-November|
|Abstract:||An accurate network model is essential for performing detailed analysis of a power system. The quality of many distribution network models is very diverse, especially for low voltage (LV) networks. To help identify areas where the model is incomplete or incorrect, Micro Phasor Measurement Units (μPMUs) can be integrated into a network. These μPMUs would work together, with a trusted cloud back-end system. The basis for this paper is to determine how the data collected by μPMUs can be used, and what can be calculated from this data to help recognize areas where the network model is inaccurate and may need resurveyed. As a preliminary investigation to determine the feasibility of the approach, this paper discusses the calculation of the impedance of both a transformer and line, and compares the values obtained from μPMU data to the level of value expected on the network.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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