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Data management

Data management

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The term `data' has a variety of meanings but in the context of this publication, it is simply information that an organisation, either has to, or wants to retain. Power network companies in particular maintain extensive databases of information, which are essential for the running of the company. Much of this information is originated during the construction process, and much is additionally held by contractors and manufacturers, for their own purposes. This chapter will review salient items of data which arise during power network construction, with a view to examining: 1.The purpose of data management 2.The range of data retained 3.Reasons for retaining the data 4. Data management procedural requirements. As such, both an absence of data or incorrect data can be a significant risk both to the well-being of the company, and the security of electricity supply.

Chapter Contents:

  • 25.1 Data management — introduction
  • 25.2 Data management — purpose
  • 25.3 Data — range
  • 25.3.1 Financial asset register
  • 25.3.2 Technical asset register
  • 25.3.3 Technical and operational data
  • 25.3.4 Drawings and records
  • 25.3.5 Construction scheme/project records
  • 25.3.6 Equipment subject to statutory inspections
  • 25.4 Data retention — purpose
  • 25.5 Data management — procedural requirements
  • 25.6 Data management — importance

Inspec keywords: electricity supply industry; database management systems; power system security; power engineering computing

Other keywords: power network construction; construction process; power network companies; data management procedural requirements; electricity supply security

Subjects: Power system control; Power system management, operation and economics; Power engineering computing; Database management systems (DBMS)

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