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Title:

BOURNEMOUTH: Digital Technologies in Power Systems: Needs, Opportunities, Impact

 

Abstracts

  • Examination of present and expected needs for, and opportunities offered, by digital techniques in the fields of power system operation, communication, protection and control
  • Presentation and discussion of experiences arising from the implementation of digital techniques in power systems covering hardware and software aspects
  • Technical and organisational impact of the increased use of digital technology on power utilities and manufacturing industries

 

The list of papers is available, please contact the Publications Team to select the papers you are interested in.

 

 

SECTION 1A

DIGITAL  TECHNOLOGY  IN  PROTECTION  AND  SUBSTATION CONTROL

 

  • 1A-01 A.PEDERSEN,  P.   REIN  (WG  23.05). Possible architectures of future control systems based on computer technique
  • 1A-02 A.G. PHADKE  (WG  34.01). Digital  protection techniques and substation functions
  • 1A-03 C. CHRISTOPOULOS, D.W.P. THOMAS, A. WRIGHT (United Kingdom). The implcmentation of fast protective algorithms using digital signal processing
  • 1A-04 H. UNGRAD (Switzerland), M. KRISTENSSON (Swedcn). Challenges in protection and station contrai by digital techniques
  • 1A-05 S.NILSSON,F. CLEVELAND,J. DELYANNIDES (United States). Integrated digital control and protection system for transmission substations
  • 1A-06 T.HASEGAWA, T. FUKUDA, N. ITO, K. OSE, H. NOGUCI-11, H. KAWADA, S. MORIGUCHI, Y. MUKAIYAMA (Japan). -Present situation and future plans of operation and maintenance supporting system at substation
  • 1A-07 B. LUNDQVIST, L. BERGLUND, S. HOLST, O. WERNER-ERICHSEN (Swcdcn). A coordinated digital protection and contrai system for transmission substations
  • 1A-08 G.P.   WILSON  (Brazil) ,D.G.C.  ALVAREZ (Argcntina). On the analysis of application criteria for the implementation of digital technology to the contrai and protection of power stations and substations
  • 1A-09 P. BORNARD (WG 34.02). Digital protection and contrai : Growing needs, exciting opportunities, will they match?
  • 1A-10 D. KONCNIK, J. GORISEK, D. STANCIC, A. OGORELEC, I. KUKOVIC  (Yugoslavia). Functional requirements for coordinated / integrated substation 110/20 kV
  • 1A-11 P.A.  CROSSLEY,   S.F.   ELSON,   S.J.   ROSE,  A.WILLIAMS (United Kingdom). Application of a digital signal proccssor to the protection of EHV transmission lines
  • 1A-12 F. IWATANI, T. TAKEMURA, T. FUNABASI-11, K. SUZUKI, S. KUMANO, Y. OHURA, Y. KUROSAWA, M. YOSHIKAWA (Japan).Existing condition and experienccs of distance rclays and fault locators using digital technology
  • 1A-13 P. MEINHARDT, H. HERRMANN, W. DEHOF (Fcd. Rcp. of Gcrmany). Design concept of a busbar protection device based on microproccssor technique

 

 

SECTION 1B

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN COMMUNICATION AND POWER SYSTEM CONTROL

 

 

  • 1B-01 A. VIEGAS DE VASCONCELOS (Fed. Rep. of Germany). Improved control of electric energy systems with distributed and parallel computer architectures
  • 1B-02 F. CLEVELAND, G.CRASK (United States). Integrated data communications : recent progress in the USA
  • 1B-03 D. STEVENIN, P. LE CORRE, T. LEFEBVRE (France). La stratégie d'EDF en matière de normalisation des systèmes numériques de contrôle commande
  • 1B-04 G. HOSEMANN, H. MAIER, D. NELLES,G. FUNK (Fed. Rcp. of Germany). Towards advanccd digital protection. Signal processing brings more than digitalizing

  • 1B-05 E. SALO (WG 35.02). - Planning of power utility digital telccommunications networks

  • 1B-06 J.   TÔRMÀNEN,  E.SALO  (foïnland).Dynamic digital transmission network

  • 1B-07 S.K. CHANG, F. ALUUYEH, G.E. MARKS, K. KATO, l\'I.L. GILLES, (United States). lmproved cfficiency with optimal real time closed loop voltage control

  • 1B-08 Y. TAMURA (TF 38.02/07). An international survey of the present status and the perspective of expert systems on power system analysis and techniques

  • 1B-09 J.L.H. GOODY (United Kingdorn). Remote interrogation and analysis of digital fault records : the CEGU expcrience

  • 1B-10 G. IUDICELLO,  E. PACE,  A.  SOREGAROLI (Italy).The ENEL telecommunication network towards the digitalization

  • 1B-11 S. HOFER (Austria). Decentralized control in the Austrian transmission network

  • 1B-12 A.C.  SPICER,  I.A.  ARNOTT, A.KLEilANOWSKI

  • 1B-13 E.G. DAYIDSON (WG 35.01). The availability of telecontrol  systems (Australia). Digital technology in control, protection and communications systems : the driving forces and implementation philosophy

  • 1B-14 F.ANDERSSON,Transmission linc telecommunication S.LINDAHL protection(Sweden). system using

  • 1B-15 T. CEGRELL (Sweden). New trends to improve operational efficiency in power system control - integrated but decentralized concepts

  • 1B-16 I.A. BOGOMOLOYA, Yu.D. SADOVSKY, P.Ya. KATS,L.A. KOSHEEV (USSR).Adaptive centralized emergency control system for a large power pool

 

 

SECTION 2A

IMPLEMENTATION OF EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

 

 

  • 2A-01 YUAN  QIN  CHENG  (China). Travelling wave method for microcomputcr based HVDC transmission line protcotion
  • 2A-02 ZI-IENG  KUIZHANG,  ZHENG  FANGNENG  (China).? Digital simulation application in protectivc relaying system
  • 2A-03 A.G. PHADKE,  C.H.  GRIFFIN,  S.H.  HOROWITZ, J.S. THORP, C.L. WAGNER (United States). Computer relaying : Future directions and impact
  • 2A-04  Power transmission line monitoring systemK. WATANABE, T.INOUE, G.KONISHI,   Y. MUKAIYAMA, Y.SHIBAMA,  K.SHIMOI (Japan).
  • 2A-05 M.   KOULISCHER, J.C.MAUN   (Belgium), K.HENNINGER (Fcd.Rep.of  Germany). A multifonctions digital protection for generators
  • 2A-06 w.S. KWONG, M.K. BROWNE,:K.B. JELLEY (United Kingdom). User friendly operator interface for a new gcneration of digital relays
  • 2A-07 J. HÀMÀLÀINEN, S. VIRTANEN (Finland). An integrated telecontrol and local automation system
  • 2A-08  J. KOMULAINEN  (Finland). Application  of the packet-switching techniques for the power systems
  • 2A-09 M.A.  REDFERN,  G.V.  ROBERTS,  J. TURNER,  W.KWONG, E.P.WALKER (United Kingdom).Protection scheme data communications using existing pilot circuits
  • 2A-10  B. DON RUSSELL, K. WATSON (United States). A digital protection system incorporating rcal time expert  systems methodology
  • 2A-11 H.  BJÔRKLUND,  M.  LAGERKVIST (Swedcn). Experience with implementation of microprocessor based eontrol, protection and monitoring equipment for HYDC systems
  • 2A-12 L.L. MANKOFF, G.D. ROCKEFELLER (United States). Demonstration of digital protection, control and monitoring communication systems for transmission  substations
  • 2A-13 G. ZIEGLER, W. MATLA, R. NOBIS (Fed. Rcp. of Germany). Design aspects and field experience with digital protection in a micro computer controlled HV substation
  • 2A-14 E. NERY, J. ALYES, H.M. MASCI (Brazil). The evolving application of complex integrated protection and automatic control systems to improve the interconnected power system performance
  • 2A-16 U.HANSELMANN (WG 3·5.04). Overview and state of application of fibre optics in power system communications
  • 2A-17 V.HELLER (France). -Digital distance protection for VHV networks

  • 2A-18 M.R. GALE (United Kingdom). - Microprocessor cnhanced telecontrol remote outstation (METRO)

  • 2A-19 E. PACE, E. MASCETTI, G. VULPETII (ltaly). A single channel digital radio system for power companies applications

  • 2A-20 T.W. CEASE, P.M. JOHNSTON,E.A. UDREN (United (United States). A digital distance relay using a magneto optic current sensor as the input source
  • 2A-21 M.J. DE MORAES  FALCAO,  R.A. SUASSUANA DE MEDEIROS (Brazil). Telesupervision system of CHESF's telecommunîcation  integrated system
  • 2A-22 I. MITAN! , K. MATSUZAWA, M. SUZUKI, Y. SANO, T.YOSHIDA (Japan). Field test of a prototype integrated substation protection and contrai system using fiber optic local area network
  • 2A-23 M. HATATA, F. ANDOW,   K.HASIIISAKO, Y. KAWASAKI, T.KUl3O, T.MAEDA, M.YUKI,K. WATANAbE, (Japan). - Digital busbar protective relay system
  • 2A-24 T.  KAI, T.KURIDA,  T. MATSUSIIIMA,  K.SEO (Japan). Digital integrated relaying system

 

 

SECTION 213

TECHNICAL  AND  ORGANISATIONAL  IMPACT  OF   DIGITAL SYSTEMS

 

  • 2B-01 A.N. ZOMERS, J.J.E. VAN AALST, M.A.M.M.VAN DER MEIJDEN,J.C.KATTEMOLLE, B.MAGNUSSON (Netherlands). - Micro computer based control systems in substations- application aspects and practical experience
  • 2B-02 A. WISZNIEWSKI (Poland). Impact of digital technology upon teaching power system protection and control

  • 2B-03 J.C.MAUN,R. PONCELET (Belgique).Expérience belge en matière de formation aux techniques numériques dans le domaine des relais de protection

  • 2B-04 E. TURU,V.P. RAHIKAINEN,R.  RYYTTY(Finland). Maintenance of the power contrai system in the Finnish national grid
  • 2B-05 M. MOSZKOWICZ, . R.B. SOLLERO, S.L.G. MIRANDA, A.J.S.R.SILVA, H.G. ANDRADE,  J.SAAD (Brazil).Protection, control and supervisory digital system for hydroelectric power plants and substations

  • 2B-06 D.  MUKHEDKAR,  B.  VALIQUETTE, R. MALHAME,Y. GERVAIS (Canada). Power network control centers : a microcomputer based approach

  • 2B-07 S. NILSSON, J. W. CHADWICK Jr.(United States).Organizational impact of  integrated digital  control and protection systems
  • 2B-08 L.LOHAGE,   B. ALMGREN, H. HERMANSSON(Sweden). Automatic switching of circuit breakers

  • 2B-09 M. KEZUNOVIC (United States). - lntegration of a system wide protective relaying scheme in a distributed processing energy management system design

  • 2B-10 G.P. WILSON ,C.CAPORALI, N.S. COSTA, C.E. DE SOUZA, J.F.ALMEIDA, A.T.FRANCA, (Brésil). The technical and organizational  experience obtained from the installation and operation of a pilot project digital system in an EHV transmission substation

  • 2B-11 P.S. PEREIRA G.P.WILSON, E.NERY, L.C.GUIMARAES RISPOLI, V.DE OLIVEIRA  SOUZA (Brésil). A university  utility experience in  the digitalization of the existent HV substations

  • 2B-12 W. BERGSTROM, K. VESTERAGER (Denmark). Prolonging the life of aged systems

  • 2B-13 M.E.D.PUMPHREY (United  Kingdom). Microprocessor based equipment for automatic switching of capacitive and reactivc plant to control substation voltage and Mvar requirements

  • 2B-14 J.P. WAHA  (Belgium), M.MARZIO  (Italy). Integration of new technology control devices into power system control(a contribution of SC.39 as secn from operation side)

  • 2B-15 P.PRINGELS, P. DE PAUW  (Belgique),  M.FURTADO, D. CUSTODIO (Portugal). Analyse comparative de l'évolution des équipements numenques installés dans les postes belges et portugais. Expérience du passé, projets d'avenir

  • 2B-16 R.A.  LILLEY  (United  Kingdom). Review of digital systems in transmission substations

  • 2B-17 B. BUCHHOLZ, H. MAHNERT  (German  Dem.automation and protection in substations

  • 2B-18 R.F.B.  MACLAREN, R.G.BROWN  (United Kingdom). A supply authority view of digital technology in power systems

  • 2B-19 H. BAUER,  K. GNUECHTEL, G. HENKEL  (German Dem. Rep.). Experiences during the putting into operation of a microcomputer aided control system in 380/110 kV substations

  • 2B-20 Yu. A.  ASANBAEV, S.N. GLEZEROV, V.G.  FAYANS, F.G. FILATOV (USSR) - Experience in development and operation of digital monitoring systems for HVDC converter terminais

  • 2B-21 K.PROCHAZKA, L.HANKA, J.PAZICKY, M.STROBLOVA (Czechoslovakia). Digital technology in the Czechoslovak power system substations

 

 

 

 

Pages NB: 3

Year: 1989

Place: BOURNEMOUTH - UNITED KINGDOM

 
 
 
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