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Colloquium - Toronto 2020

  • 256 – DERMS, Federated Architecture for DER, And the Enabling Standards
  • 257 - Towards an Asset Health Capability
  • 258 - A Frequency Response-Based Renewable Resource Hosting Capacity Method for Isolated Grids
  • 259 - Voltage Regulation Using D-STATCOMs in Rural Distribution Feeders
  • 263 - Emergency Generators for Resilient Response to Natural Disasters
  • 268 - Power Transformer Bushings – Inspection, Testing and Refurbishment
  • 269 - Another Look at the Use of Mobile Unit Substations in Customer Delivery Systems
  • 270 - Distributed Resource Planning Portal, a key PUC requirement for the Utility Companies to give DRP portal access to the public investing in Renewable Energy and Non Wired Alternatives
  • 272 - An Adaptive Fast Load Shedding Scheme for Enhancing Reliability and Stability of an Expanded Liquefied Natural Gas Plant – Lessons Learned
  • 274 - Overpressure test of an arc resistant power transformer
  • 275 - Increasing Dispatchability of a PV Power Plant through Modular Multilevel Converter-Based Embedded Battery Energy Storage (MMC-EBES)
  • 278 - Event-Triggered Dynamic State Estimation in Power Systems Using a Data-Selective Set-Membership Filter
  • 279 - Electrical Tests on Fire Retardant Contaminated Cap and Pin Insulators
  • 281 - Alternative network development – need for flexible solutions for operation and planning of distribution and transmission grids
  • 282 - Hybrid Circulating Current Control of a Modular Multilevel Converter for Primary Frequency Response Support
  • 283 - Challenges during integration of substations for establishment of National Transmission Asset Management Centre (NTAMC) by POWERGRID – A case Study
  • 284 - Auto-DR: High performance communication architecture for automatic acquisition of disturbance record at control centre
  • 285 - Remote Access of Intelligent Electronic Devices and Automatic DR Collection at Centralised Control Centre: A Novel Experience
  • 286 - A Method for Modeling and Testing Modular Multilevel Converters and Their Controls in Large Power System Simulation Studies
  • 287 - Transformer Limited Fault TRV’s field measurements used to validate EMTP transformer models and comparison with TRV calculations based on existing standards (IEEE Std C37.06.1™- 2017 and IEC 62271-100)
  • 288 - Altitude corrections for external insulation design: IEC standards and engineering applications
  • 291 - Comprehensive Studies on Controller Tuning for PSS2B and PSS4B: Challenges, and Straightforward Tuning Approach
  • 294 - A Review of the Protection of Microgrids with Converter-Based Resources
  • 295 - Active and Reactive Power Priority Imposed by Current Limit Logic in Inverter-based Generators
  • 296 - What it takes to design, manufacture and operate power transformers under arctic temperature conditions
  • 298 - Investigation of Wind Farm Padmount Transformer Failure through Transient Studies
  • 299 - Manitoba Hydro Estella Substation, MVROT Pilot Project for the Energy Efficiency and Reduction of Losses in Electrical Power Distribution Grids “The MVROT Project”
  • 300 - GLOW: A Novel Co-simulation Framework for Integrated Distribution Network Planning and Data Analysis using GridLAB-D
  • 301 - Stability Analysis of Inverter-Based Systems with Virtual Inertia Control
  • 302 - IEC 61850-Based FLISR Testing: A Comparative Study using RTDS
  • 303 - Utilizing Community Storage for Virtual Power Plants
  • 304 - Grid Modernization, resilience and hardening – a framework for asset management to allow for practical application
  • 305 - Live Line Working Tool and Framing Design Innovation
  • 308 - Transmission products and systems for utilities of the future – IoT connected, digital twin based, intelligent
  • 309 - Design, Integration, and Testing of a Passive Adaptive Protection System for Microgrid Applications
  • 310 - A Comprehensive Analysis to Create and Operate a Temporary Power System Island – A Real Case Study
  • 311 - Hardware-In-the-Loop Testing of Transient Ground Fault Detection Function for Wildfire Mitigation Applications
  • 313 - The Probabilistic Modeling of Common-Cause Failures and Failure Bunching in a Transmission System Reliability Model
  • 314 - Dynamic Equivalents for RTDS Applications
  • 315 - Be Prepared for the Unexpected: Design to Increase Personal Safety, Reduce Fire and Explosion Risk, and Mitigate Environmental Impact
  • 319 - Communications Modeling: a new approach to Intrusion Detection, Performance and Diagnostics
  • 320 - CIGRE JWG A3.43 progress report “Tools for lifecycle management of T&D switchgear based on data from condition monitoring systems”
  • 321 - Safety in HVDC converter stations
  • 322 - Determination of AC test currents for thermo-electric laboratory stresses on gas-insulated HVDC systems
  • 323 - Permanent Overload Operation of the Hydro-Québec – New England Multiterminal HVDC Interconnection: Simulation Study and Live System Testing
  • 324 - The Use of Absolute Limits for PD Measurements on Stator Windings
  • 325 - Energy consumption estimation through Artificial Intelligence
  • 326 - Analysis of Sub Synchronous Resonant Modes in Series Compensated Networks using Multiple Frequency Scans
  • 329 - Energy Storage as a Tool for Enhanced Reliability: Framework Development and Lessons Learned
  • 332 - Energy Storage Enabled Microgrid Design for Critical Infrastructure
  • 333 - A Review of DC Fault Blocking Converters for HVDC Transmission Systems
  • 341 - Recommended Practice for Designing Insulation to Withstand Ice and Snow on Overhead Transmission lines in
  • British Columbia
  • 342 - A Step Towards Circuit-Breaker Diagnostics Interoperability
  • 343 - An Analysis of Mechanical Effects of Short Circuit on Strain Bus using Finite Element Approach and Validation by Modelling an Actual Strain Bus subjected to Short Circuit Tests by Comparing Computed Results with Experimental Data
  • 344 - A Finite Element Analysis Approach for Calculating Forces Acting on Station Post Insulators, ‘A’ Frame Assemblies, and Corners of Rigid Bus Due to High Short Circuit Currents and Extreme Wind
  • 346 - Advanced Power Transformer Diagnostics – Detection of Core-Ground Issues
  • 347 - Probability of Transmission Equipment Contingencies in Ontario Power System
  • 352 - Improving Field Operations and Safety with Wearable Technology
  • 354 - Diesel Generator Sizing for Remote Power Systems with Consideration of Renewable Energy
  • 355 - Comparison of Dynamic Characteristics of Virtual Synchronous Machine Control Algorithms
  • 356 - The future of Electrical Signature Analysis (ESA) for machine protection
  • 358 - Cybersecurity Tool Integration Challenges with IEDs in Digital Power Systems
  • 360 - Energy Storage as a Solution for Increasing Feeder Hosting Capacity: Concepts and Analysis Methods
  • 362 - Innovative Solutions and Approaches Taken by North American Utilities in Leveraging Benefits of DERs and Grid Modernization Technologies
  • 369 - Fast Restoration Algorithm for Hybrid HVDC Grids
  • 370 - Segmenting a Network for Increased Reliability and Security Segmenting a Network for Increased Reliability and Security
  • 372 – End Winding Vibration Monitoring of Air Cooled Turbine Generators – The Case Study Continues
  • 373 - Comparison of Unidirectional and Bidirectional charging optimization using a composite EV load model
  • 375 - Control Interaction of Two PV power plants with Volt - Var Control
  • 377 – Utility Energy Savings by Novel Smart Inverter Control of PV Systems, Bess and EV Charging Stations as Statcoms
  • 379 - SMRs-A Solution to Climate Change

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Year: 2020

Place: CANADA, Toronto

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