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۱Technical Guidelines for using new smart meters
نویسنده(ها): ،
اطلاعات انتشار: همایش ملی اصلاح الگوی تولید و مصرف، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۰
Fundamental enabling technologies for Smart Grid are sensing and measurement technologies with data from the sensing and measurement devices integrated with the utility’s integrated system communications. Metering plays a key role in electricity markets and has a major impact on market design and market processes. Competition in energy markets and the idea of increasing energy efficiency in the world impose more stringent requirements of metering systems in distribution networks. As a result of this, and developments in communication technology and IT more and more smart meters (AMR, AMI) are deployed on a large scale. The cost of modern meter systems as well as the efficient and non–discriminatory use of smart meter systems calls for adequate regulation to ensure that all market participants can fully benefit from the possibilities arising from modern metering systems. This paper looks at the (smart) metering schemes in place or currently planned<\div>

۲SMART GRID & MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
نویسنده(ها): ،
اطلاعات انتشار: همایش ملی اصلاح الگوی تولید و مصرف، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۱
Power delivery systems face several new challenges, including the sheer complexity that results from the introduction of new devices such as smart meters, electric and hybrid vehicles, photovoltaic arrays, and wind turbines. These challenges must be met while at the same time preserving the reliability and availability of the existing system. The grid is a ship that must be rebuilt at sea. Performance based asset management will be a powerful tool that electric utilities can use in coordination with the fundamental technologies of the Smart Grid: integrated communications, sensing and measurement, advanced control methods, and improved interfaces with decision support. While power delivery asset management concepts have been around for well over ten years, decision makers have had to settle for systems based on incomplete information and inadequate data collection systems. With the advent of the smart grid and its extensive communications infrastructure and computational capability, the asset manager will be able to determine the health and performance of specific assets as a function of system conditions. This opens up a new realm of possibility for optimizing asset management.<\div>

۳Exploring Self–Organized Criticality Conditions in Iran Bulk Power System with Disturbance Times Series
اطلاعات انتشار: Scientia Iranica، بيست و يكم،شماره۶، ۲۰۱۴، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۹
Ubiquitous power–law as a fingerprint of Self–Organized Criticality (SOC) is used for describing catastrophic events in different fields. In this paper, by investigating the prerequisites of SOC, we show that SOC–like dynamics drive correlation among disturbances in Iran bulk power system. Existence of power–law region in the probability distribution is discussed for empirical data using Maximum likelihood estimat­ion. To verify the results, long time correlation is evaluated in terms of Hurst exponents by means of statistical analysis of time series including Rescaled Range (R\S) and Scaled Windowed Variance (SWV) analysis. Also, Sensitivity analysisshowed that for correct inference in existence of SOC in power systems, all disturbances should berecorded to be used in statistical analyses. Greater thresholds for recording disturbances lead to underestimate the Hurst exponent.
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