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Reference: COLL_ATL_2019

Type:
Colloquia
Title:

Grid of the Future - Atlanta 2019

 

Abstract

2019 Grid of the Future, Atlanta, GA

 

  • 2019-1-Operator Justification for De-energizing Electric Circuits for Wildfire Prevention – Utilization of Objective Electrical Criteria
  • 2019-2-Improving the Reliability of the Distribution Grid Using a Distributed Restoration System with Dynamic Leader Assignment
  • 2019-3-Application of IEEE Standard 1547-2018 Considering Impact of DERs on FIDVR
  • 2019-4-Strategic Transmission Investment using Modular Static Synchronous Series Compensators
  • 2019-5-Quality – New Metrics for a New Grid
  • 2019-6-Optimum Reactive Power Calculation for Reducing Power System Operation Cost
  • 2019-7-Voltage Stability Contingency Screening and Ranking for Voltage Control Areas
  • 2019-8-Enhancements of Extended Locational Marginal Pricing – Advancing Practical Implementation
  • 2019-9-On Improving Efficiency of Electricity Market Clearing Software
  • 2019-10-Incorporating Electric Storage Resources into Wholesale Electricity Markets While Considering State of Charge Management Options
  • 2019-11-Real-time PMU Data Recovery Application Based on Singular Value Decomposition
  • 2019-12-Zero to One: A Utility Playbook for (Finally) Delivering Sustainable Value from Your Synchrophasor Data by Enabling Easy Data Exploration and Rapid Use Case Prototyping
  • 2019-13-Who Monitors the Monitors? Automated, Hierarchical Data Quality Assessment for Time Synchronized Measurements
  • 2019-14-The Substation of the Future
  • 2019-15-Automated Fault Location Analysis – Analytics Update II
  • 2019-16-WASA and the Roadmap to WAMPAC at SDG&E
  • 2019-17-Underground Transmission Cable Monitoring – Lessons Learned at AEP
  • 2019-18-Improving Reliability on Mixed Overhead and Underground Distribution Feeders
  • 2019-19-Modeling Approaches and Studies of the Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on the Reliability of Bulk Electric System
  • 2019-20-A National Infrastructure for Artificial Intelligence on the Grid
  • 2019-21-Data-Driven Security Assessment of Power Grids Based on Machine Learning Approach
  • 2019-22-Machine Learning Enables Utilities to Create Digital Assistants that Retain Institutional Knowledge, Troubleshoot Problems and Improve System Reliability
  • 2019-23-Designing, Implementing and Testing Advanced Inverter with Robust Droop Control for Microgrid Integrated Solar Storage Technology
  • 2019-24-Site Acceptance Test for Solar PV System of Bronzeville Community Microgrid
  • 2019-25-Simulated Islanding Test for a Practical Utility-Scale Microgrid
  • 2019-26-Enhanced Protection Modeling Approach for Power System Transient Stability Studies Using Individual Phase and Sequence Voltages
  • 2019-27-Impact of the Penetration of Inverter-Based Systems on Grid Protection
  • 2019-28-A Continuation of Blackstart Studies for Future Scenarios
  • 2019-29-Modeling of BESS for Blackstart System Restoration Studies
  • 2019-30-A Study of the Factors that Affect Lithium Ion Battery Degradation
  • 2019-31-Analytical and Data-Driven Methods for Determining Wind Farm Collector System Equivalent Impedance
  • 2019-32-Optimized Power Flows in Microgrid with and without Distributed Energy Storage Systems
  • 2019-33-An Optimization-based Method in Determining the Capability Curve of a Microgrid
  • 2019-34-Successful Site Acceptance Tests for Microgrid-Integrated Battery Energy Storage
  • 2019-35-Microgrid Fault Stability and Protection Considerations
  • 2019-36-Energy Storage Systems as a Reliable Alternative to Diesel Generators for Critical Power Applications
  • 2019-37-Economic Impacts of Behind the Meter Distributed Energy Resources on Transmission Operations
  • 2019-38-Reliability Impacts of Behind the Meter Distributed Energy Resources on Transmission Operations
  • 2019-39-The Prospect of Solid-State Power Transformers
  • 2019-40-Online Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) Monitoring System
  • 2019-41-Using Machine Learning to Quantify the Impact of Heterogeneous Data on Transformer Failure Risk
  • 2019-42-Designing Surge Arrester Devices for Transformer GIC Protection
  • 2019-43-Using Time Series Analysis to Integrate DA FLISR and CVR Systems
  • 2019-44-Evaluating Flicker Issues in Power Distribution Systems Due to Distributed PV Generation
  • 2019-45-Mitigation of Inrush Current and Voltage Drop at Solar Farm Interconnections due to Transformer Energization using Closing Resistors
  • 2019-46-Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Coordinated Control of Distributed Energy Resources with High Renewable Penetration
  • 2019-47-The Evolving World of Substation Asset Data
  • 2019-48-Mobile Edge Computing Sensors and Cloud Machine Learning Enable Grid Predictive Maintenance
  • 2019-49-Innovative Application of Esri’s – TGIS
  • 2019-50-Measuring the Earth’s Magnetic Field Variations – AEP’s Experience with the Design and Commissioning of a Magnetometer Measurement System
  • 2019-51-A Test Case for GIC Harmonics Analysis
  • 2019-52-Advanced High-Fidelity Lumped EMT Grid Modeling & Comparison
  • 2019-53-Synchronous Condenser for Integration of Wind Generation in Texas Panhandle Area
  • 2019-54-Assessing the Optimal Placement Algorithms of Phasor Measurements for State Estimation: a Critical Study
  • 2019-55-Application of Topology Optimization in Real-Time Operations
  • 2019-56-Impact of Electrification on Asset Life Degradation and Mitigation with DER
  • 2019-57-Energy Storage as a Non-wires Alternative for Distribution Asset Deferral and Customer Bill Reduction
  • 2019-58-Automatic Generation Control (AGC) Enhancement for Fast-Ramping Resources
  • 2019-59-Evaluation of Utility Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) and Protection Functions Over Private LTE Communications Network
  • 2019-60-Recommended Solutions to Major Security Challenges Facing OT & IT Personnel within Smart Substation Environments
  • 2019-61-IEEE’s Task Force on IT/OT Convergence Needs You!
  • 2019-62-Challenges of Data Management & Analytics in the Future Grid
  • 2019-63-Value Quantification of State-of-the-Art Condition Monitoring in 400kV Transmission System Substations
  • 2019-64-Comparing Static and Dynamic Analysis of Short Circuit Forces on Substation Rigid Bus: A Case Study
  • 2019-65-Lessons Learned of AC Arc Flash Studies for Station Auxiliary Service Systems
  • 2019-66-Big Data Framework for Predictive Risk Assessment of Weather Impacts on Electric Power Systems
  • 2019-67-Software Defined Grid
  • 2019-68-Quantum Computing Applications in Power Systems
  • 2019-69-Solar PV Curtailment in Changing Grid and Technological Contexts
  • 2019-70-Transmission Planning Considerations for DERs with Reverse Power Flow
  • 2019-71-Integration of High Levels of Renewables on the Vermont Electric System
  • 2019-72-Volt/Var Optimization by Smart Inverters and Capacitor Banks
  • 2019-73-Smart Inverters and Their Role in the Modern Electric Grid
  • 2019-74-Multi-Objective Aspects of Distribution Network Volt-VAr Optimization
  • 2019-75-Substation Protection & Automation Secure IED Management
  • 2019-76-Cybersecurity Considerations for Power Substation SCADA Systems Using IEC 61850 Communications
  • 2019-77-Phase Angles as a Proxy for Voltage Stability
  • 2019-78-Reducing Induced Voltages on Parallel Facilities in Shared Transmission Corridors with Aerial Counterpoise
  • 2019-79-Transmission Line Conductor Asset Health Assessment with Non-Contact Monitoring Technology

 

 

File Size: 44,9 MB

Year: 2019

Place: Atlanta, USA

 
 
 
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