Within the energy management system, state estimation is a key function for building network real time model that is static mathematical representation of current condition of an interconnected power system. State estimation is a standard practice at power system control centres, responsible for providing reliable real-time database for analysis, control and optimization functions. This book describes a new non iterative method based on graph theoretic approach to solve measurement placement problem for power system state estimator. Preliminarily, the developed method of measurement placement is utilized to configure metering scheme on IEEE 14 bus system. With the necessary required modifications, the developed method of measurement placement is made generalized. Using the modified proposed method, the measurement configurations are designed for IEEE14 and 30 bus systems. It is hoped that the developed method of measurement placement will be useful for existing state estimators as an off line measurement systems planning tool.
Rakesh Jaychandrai Motiyani
Dr. R. J. Motiyani has completed P.G. in Electrical Power Engineering in 2005. He acquired Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering in 2017. He has 23 years of teaching experience. Currently he working as Associate Professor & Head of Electrical Engineering Department at GIDC Degree Engineering College, Navsari, Gujarat, India.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
State estimation, Measurement Placement, Observability Analysis, Bad Data Processing
TECHNOLOGY / General