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Reference: SYMP_HEL_1995

Type:
Symposia
Title:

HELSINKI: Integrated control and communication systems

 

Abstracts

Increasing communication between control centres, power stations and substations presents new challenges to information architecture design. Advances in ditigal technology enable designers to centralise or decentralise equipment and functions in a way which optimises information flow. However, operational requirements such as speed and reliability must be carefully considered. Integrated systems require standardization of signalling and equipment interfaces in order to avoid unnecessary overhead. Changes in utility structures and the advent of multi user environments also create new needs for education and end user training. 

 

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SESSION 1 - IMPROVEMENT OF OVERALL POWER SYSTEM CONTROL BY INTEGRATING CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IN POWER STATIONS, SUBSTATIONS AND CONTROL CENTRES

 

Subsession 1.1

  • 110-01 - Principles retained by EDF for transition to digital technology of VHV and HV substation monitoringnd control
  • 110-02 - A strategy to achieve control system's vertical integration
  • 110-03 - Data base structures and integration of program package for operation planning
  • 110-04 - Experience with networking and distributed database in dispatch control systems 
  • 110-05 - Adaptive centralized emergency control systems in the integrated power system of Russia : background, state of the art and prospects 
  • 110-06 - Benefits from utility-wide data ex change and services
  • 100-07 - Future EMS architectures

 

Subsession 1.2

  • 120-01- Intelligent control systems - A way to improve substation control
  • 120-02 - lntegrating protection, control, metering and telecommunications at Ontario Hydro power stations
  • 120-03 - IEC activity for the standardization of telecontrol protocols based on ISO and UTI-T standards
  • 120-04 - Standard protocols for communication with and within substations, an orientation and results from tests
  • 120-05 - Network protection and restoration using standardised communication
  • 120-06- ENEL's project for the new data acquisition and transmission system (STAD)
  • 120-07 - Le poste hydraulique de Vallées de 2ème génération : système intégré de conduite répartie, de communication et de commande des centrales hydroélectriques 
  • 120-08 - Migration d'un contrôle commande classique vers un système numérique de conduite et de protections
  • 120-09 - Developing substation and power station communication requirements to meet the needs of privatised operation in the UK 

 

 

SESSION 2 - IMPLICATIONS UPON SYSTEM OPERATION, UTILITY ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT, OPERATOR'S EDUCATION AND TRAINING ARISING FROM INTEGRATION OF SERVICES

 

  • 200-01 - Renewal of the Norwegian Power Grid Company control system due to organizational changes in the Norwegian power industry
  • 200-02 - Technological versus organisational developments in power system operation and control
  • 200-03 - Strategic decisions for the choice of the architecture of a new telecontrol system
  • 200-04 - The engineering of a coordinated control and tariff metering system for use at both transmission and distribution substations. A users' perspective and experiences 
  • 200-05 - On implementation of "lateral system access and data partitioning" in power system operation
  • 200-06- The control center as part of an evolving utility-wide information system
  • 200-07 - Coordinated defence plan - An integrated protection system
  • 200-08 - Configurable Standalon e substation simulator 

 

 

SESSION 3 - CHANGING TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK MANAGEMENT (TNM) PHILOSOPHIES IMPOSED BY INCREASING INTEGRATION OF SERVICES

  • 300-01 - An appro ach to power utility telecommunication network management 
  • 300-02- Management system of ENEL's telecommunication network "GRETE System"
  • 300-03 - The Electra de Viesgo' s project on integration of different telecommunication management systems
  • 300-04 - An effort for cooperation : a teleinformatic comparison of energy and telecommunication management systems
  • 300-05 - The NOMOS project : a way to fulfil the quality requirements of power utilities telecommunication networks
  • 300-06 - Organisation de la gestion du réseau de téléconduite à EDF Production Transport 

 

 

SESSION 4 - ADVANCES IN THE CARRIAGE OF SPEECH, DATA, VIDEO, CONTROL AND PROTECTION SIGNALLING AS INTEGRATED SERVICES ON TELECOMMUNICATION BEARERS

  • 400-01 - Hierarchical structures for power utility telephone networks - A case study in Indonesia 
  • 400-02- Requirements for SDH networks due to protection signalling 
  • 400-03 - ATM in power utilities telecomrnunications networks
  • 400-04 - Integrated digital transport network for po wer company telecommunications services
  • 400-05 - Telecommunication business opportunities for power utilities - Case Telivo Ltd.

 

 

SESSION 5 - FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATION OF CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT IN SUBSTATIONS

  • 500-01 - Configuration of substation secondary equipment
  • 500-02 - Synchronized phasor measurements A technology for the present and future 
  • 500-03 - Functional integration within substation secondary equipment 
  • 500-04 - Eskom's experiences .related to the design, engineering and implementation of integrated control systems with coordinated protection 
  • 500-05 - Sûreté de fonctionnement des futurs systèmes de contrôle commande numérique des postes à EDF
  • 500-06 - Distributed intelligence within power systems : the future for substation control and management systems 
  • 500-07 - Multimedia tools for a more efficient substation operation and control 
  • 500-08- Co-ordinated control, protection and communication, possibilities and practical experiences

 

 

SESSION 6 - WITHIN AND EXTERNAL TO SUBSTATIONS 

  • 600-01- Communication requirements for command teleprotection systems utilising PLC communication
  • 600-02- Integrated control, protection and data acquisition in substations
  • 600-03 - Wide-band digital communication requirements for di.fferential teleprotection signaling
  • 600-04 - Data acquisition and communication requirements for advanced monitoring, control and protection
  • 600-05 - The extension of corporate communications networks to realise intelligent data analysis : A case study providing protection system performance analysis 
  • 600-06 - Intelligent system applications to protection, control and monitoring within substations 
  • 600-07 - Automated, intelligent analysis of disturbance recordings - Communication requirements and possible system architectures
  • 600-08 - Information needed for telecontrol of substations from a control centre 
    600-09 - Large digital control system with multi communication level : description of availability requirements and
    flux communication performances 
  • 600-10 - Transparent data communication in substation/control centres hierarchies 
  • 600-11 - New SCADA system based on opendistributed architecture
  • 600-12 - Communication requirements in terms of data flow within substations - Approach and first results
 

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Year: 1995

Place: HELSINKI - FINLAND

 
 
 
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