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IET International Conference on Resilience of Transmission and Distribution Networks (RTDN) 2015

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  • Location: Birmingham, UK
  • Conference date: 22-24 Sept. 2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-78561-133-9
  • Conference number: CP668
  • The following topics are dealt with: disaster recovery; risk management; smart grid; supply security; national grid; substations; power system monitoring; power system control; network protection; network automation; condition assessment; condition monitoring; FACTS; switchgears; embedded generation; and embedded storage.

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  • System restoration using the “black start” capability of the 500MW Eirgrid east-west VSC-HVDC interconnector
  • Reconfiguring electrical networks for enhanced resilience
  • Two-stage stochastic dual dynamic programming for transmission expansion planning with significant renewable generation
  • A fast and automatic candidate lines selection approach for transmission expansion planning
  • Shunt compensation design of EHV double-circuit mixed OHL-cable connections
  • Improvement of stability analysis and assessment through wavelet decomposition
  • Assessment of GB Transmission System 400 kV South-East Loop Reactive Compensation Requirements
  • Application of automatic load transfer on feeder utilisation balance
  • IEC61850 for distribution feeder automation
  • Transmission Constraint Management System (TCMS)
  • Adaptive under frequency load shedding scheme based on dynamic security assessment
  • Reference architecture for self healing distribution networks
  • Risk Assessment of an IEC 61850 based Substation Communication Network in a System Integrity Protection Scheme
  • Development and testing of an experimental power system fault demonstrator
  • Impact of photovoltiac (PV) instillations on the protction system of a local distribution network
  • Early ageing of 33KV transformers in a distribution network
  • OptaSense® Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) System for the Power Network - Integrated SMART-Sensing REAL TIME MONITORING
  • Simulated and measured inter-area mode shapes and frequencies in the electrical power system of Great Britain
  • Weather forecasting to predict practical dynamic asset rating of overhead lines
  • Evaluation of benefits of coordinated DC & AC flexible transmission systems with probabilistic security and corrective control
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