Presentation on theme: "Conversion of Breaker Oriented Model into CIM objects Karel Máslo Department of Transmission System Analysis ČEPS, a.s. 10-13 May 2011, Prague, Czech Republic."— Presentation transcript:
Conversion of Breaker Oriented Model into CIM objects Karel Máslo Department of Transmission System Analysis ČEPS, a.s May 2011, Prague, Czech Republic
Contents ENTSO E CIM – Model Exchange Profile CIM Using for EMS Applications Dispatcher Training Simulator -DTS Basic network model – BROM versus BOM Extended model – protections and automatics Migration to CIM Conclusions
Comparing data format UCTE - DEF CIM 1.kB versus MB of data 2.transparent versus unreadable 3.easy transfer to other formats versus !?!
EMS Application Dispatcher Training Simulator - DTS
Network model Breaker Oriented Model BROM Bus Oriented Model - BOM Detailed topology
Extended models of protections and automatics
Transformation from BROM through Bay Object to BOM Bay A collection of power system resources (within a given substation) including conducting equipment, protection relays, measurements, and telemetry Real structure BROM CIM BOM
More complex substations topology 3/2 4/3 Polygon up to 7 terminals 2 for junctions 5 for real busbars
Migration to CIM Present state 1 st step???
Bay Object Advantages Decreasing of nodes and branches numbers : About 70% of nodes are junctions in substations About 75% of branches are switches Simplification protection model data ….
Conclusions DTS is one from the most complex application in EMS It requires huge input data to simulate real power system –Load flow data –Protection, automatics and control equipment data –Dynamic model data Creating Bay object is the first step to using CIM This way will be long and probably distressful But it is useful and perhaps necessary Conclusions Thank you for your attention and in advance for help
Well Unbundled Connectivity Karel Máslo Head of Transmisson System Analysis Department ČEPS, a.s Elektrárenská 774/2 Praha 10 Czech Republic
DTS Architecture G DC_1 = HYDR G ST_A BOIL AC_1 M Kompetní dynamický model E"=var.,f=. Motorický uzel Aktivní uzel P,Q=f(U,f,t) ST_A AC_4 NUCL G ST_1 DIES I> automatika logika ST_EXC HRT REG_HRT G EKV LFC FR_ODL Network simulatorMODES Computation engine INPUTS GRAPHICS DTS Prologue Epilogue DMES Transfer intoDLL Simulation INPUTS Computation engine
Observability and responsibility areas in the EMS