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Reference: COLL_CAL_2007

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Colloquia
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Colloquium - Calgary 2007

 
  • 406 – Optimised Compact SF6 Switchgear, Mobile Substations and Modules for Improved Substation Economics
  • 407 – Hybrid Control for Fault Ride-Through Capability of a Wind Energy Conversion System
  • 408 – Secure Substation Networks: Implement for Today; Design for Tomorrow
  • 409 – Reducing the Adverse Impacts of Power Plant Cycling
  • 410 - Current Transformer Verification System for In Situ, Live Line End-to-End Calibration of Medium and High Voltage Current Transformers
  • 411 – New Network Concepts Using Fault Current Limiter Circuit Breakers
  • 412 - Eco-friendly Compact Substation using Gas-insulated Technology
  • 413 - Investing in Life-Cycle: A New Methodology
  • 414 - Relay Protection and Substation Automation of Modern EHV Power Systems
  • 417 – Impact of IEC 61850 on Substation Automation and Protection
  • 418 - Relay Protection and Substation Automation of Modern EHV Power Systems
  • 419 - Load-Shedding in Distribution Systems during Wide Area Disturbances
  • 421 – Power Quality Improvement in Highly Varying Loads using Thyristorswitched Capacitor
  • 422 - A Robust Power System State Estimator
  • 423 - An Introduction to the Intelligrid Project
  • 424 - Battery Storage System Modelling, Design and Operation for Wind Energy Integration in Power Systems
  • 425 – Impact of Distributed Generation (DG) on Distribution Grids
  • 426 - Tapchanger Controls—Use & Abuse in Volt/var Management (Line Drop Compensation Applications)
  • 427 - Control Practices Contribute To Premature Transformer Failures
  • 428 – Modeling Snow and Wind-on-Snow Loads in Southern Alberta
  • 429 – Analysis of Snow and Wind-on-Snow Loads in Southern Alberta
  • 430 - Blackout control: proposal of a preventive methodology and its implementation in the Portuguese Grid
  • 431 - Supervisory Hybrid Control of a Wind Energy Conversion and Storage System
  • 432 – Remote Supervision of GIS Monitoring System
  • 433 – Production of Corrosive Sulphur Free Transformer Fluids
  • 434 – Evaluation of Mercury Reduction in Sundance Unit 5
  • 435 - Optimal Transposition Configuration of New HVAC Transmission lines in Multi-Circuit Corridors
  • 436 - Use of Proven and Reliable Equipment and Technologies for Mitigating Transmission Congestion into Generation-Short Load Centers
  • 437 - Thematic Maps for Transmission Line Asset Management
  • 438 - Computer Assisted Design (CAD-3D)
  • 439 - Comparison of Frequency-Based Positive Feedback Anti-Islanding Methods for Inverter-Based Distributed Generators
  • 440 – Methods for Improving Power System Security by Certifying Dynamic Stability in Island Operation
  • 441 – Distribution Automation and Graph Theory Applied to Fault Location and Power Restoration
  • 442 - Joint Information Vibrant Active Network (JIVAN) to Avoid Future Blackouts
  • 443 - An integrated planning, design and analysis environment for new embedded generation connections
  • 444 – Monitoring Power Quality beyond EN 50160 and IEC 61000-4-30
  • 445 - Challenges in Power Grid Integration
  • 446 - Upgrading the Electrical Transmission Grid Using High Efficiency ACCC/TW Conductor
  • 447 – Transformer Explosion and Fire Prevention Live Tests on Large Transformers: Analysis and Simulations
  • 448 – Performance and Economic Evaluations or Air Quality Control Systems for Air Emissions Reduction in Coal Fired Power Plants
  • 449 - Synchronous Generator Parameters Estimation Using Hybrid Genetic Algorithm
  • 450 - Harnessing Kinetic Energy of Canadian Rivers: Opportunities and Challenges
  • 451 – Assessment of Electrical and Mechanical Performance of Toughened Glass Insulators Removed from Existing HV Lines
  • 452 - Transmission Line Optimization for the 500kV Genesee – Langdon Project
  • 453 - Validation of a Two-Time Step HVDC Converter and Cable Stability Model
  • 454 - Risk Management Techniques for Engineering and Craft Resources during a Renaissance in Transmission System Development
  • 455 - Innovative Strategies to Address Human Resource Demands for Graduate Engineers in the 21st Century Canadian Power Sector
  • 456 – Over Voltages at the Terminal of a Wind Farm Connected to a Coupled Double Circuit Transmission Line in Ontario
  • 457 - From Centralized Hydro-thermal to Decentralized Renewable - The Austrian Challenge
  • 458 - ADRES - Autonomous Decentralized Regenerative Energy Systems
  • 459 - Asset Management Trends and Challenges
  • 460 - Serial vs. IP in Control Systems: A Collision of Technologies – The Perspective from 40,000 Feet
  • 461 - Evaluating the Merchant Transmission Market
  • 462 - Investigation of a Criterion for Load Shedding Based on Voltage Stability Indices
  • 463 - Simulating Wind Power Impacts on System Operation
  • 464 - New approaches in Switchgear Technology and Substation Layout
  • 465 - Implementing NERC CIP Compliance with Automated Tools
  • 466 - SVC PSCAD Model Validation Testing in Manitoba
  • 467 - Engineered Wood Structures for Electric Utility and Telecommunication Applications
  • 468 – Increasing Transmission Capacity – Case Studies and Techniques
  • 469 - Developing a Comprehensive Substation Cyber Security and Data Management Solution
  • 471 - Wind Energy Considerations in Generating Capacity Adequacy Assessment
  • 473 - Cyber Security Issues, Challenges and Solutions for the Emerging Smart Grid
  • 474 - IEC 61850 Substation LAN - Issues to Consider when Designing and Deploying the Ethernet Network
  • 475 - Quantifying the Vulnerability of a Power Grid to Cascading Outages
  • 481 – Data Issues for Practical Asset Management
 

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Year: 2007

Place: CANADA, Calgary

 
 
 
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