Evaluation of Centralized Model Based FLISR in a Lab Setup

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Abstract

Utilities are installing advanced distribution management systems (ADMS) around the globe to improve the sensing and control of distribution systems. ADMS is becoming a critical component to improve the resiliency and reliability of distribution systems. These management systems host a multitude of applications that can be used to sense, control, and operate distribution systems. Fault location, isolation, and service restoration (FLISR) is one of the ADMS applications that is critical to improving resilience during fault conditions. FLISR applications use smart, controllable devices that are installed in the distribution system for FLISR operation. These controllable devices include distributed energy resources (DER) and reclosers. Evaluating such ADMS applications before installation in the field can help de-risk the field implementation and avoid costly failures in the field. This paper presents a background on experimental setup that are typically used to evaluate ADMS applications. This is followed by briefly presenting the setup used to evaluate the FLISR application in an off-the-shelf ADMS tool. Finally, results from the evaluation experiments are presented.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages8-14
Number of pages7
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 2021
Event2021 IEEE Rural Electric Power Conference, REPC 2021 - Virtual, Online
Duration: 27 Apr 202129 Apr 2021

Conference

Conference2021 IEEE Rural Electric Power Conference, REPC 2021
CityVirtual, Online
Period27/04/2129/04/21

Bibliographical note

See NREL/CP-5D00-79745 for preprint

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/CP-5D00-81006

Keywords

  • Advanced distribution management systems
  • controller-in-the-loop
  • fault location
  • FLISR
  • isolation
  • power hardware-in-the-loop
  • service restoration
  • smart grid
  • software-in-the-loop

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