Focuses on sensor applications and smart meters in the newly developing interconnected smart grid• Focuses on sensor applications and smart meters in the newly developing interconnected smart grid• Presents the most updated technological developments in the measurement and testing of power systems within the smart grid environment• Reflects the modernization of electric utility power systems with the extensive use of computer, sensor, and data communications technologies, providing benefits to energy consumers and utility companies alike• The leading author heads a group of researchers focusing on the construction of smart grid and smart substation for Sichuan Power Grid, one of the largest in China’s power system
About the Author
Professor Qi Huang, School of Energy Science and Engineering, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, Sichuan, ChinaProfessor Huang received his Ph.D degree from Arizona State University, USA, in 2003. He is currently Deputy Dean of the School of Energy Science and Engineering, UESTC, and the Director of Sichuan State Provincial Lab of Power System Wide-area Measurement and Control. His current research and academic interests include power system high performance computing, power system instrumentation, power system monitoring and control, and integration of distributed generation into the existing power system infrastructure.? Professor Huang is the author of more than 130 technical papers, and is a Senior Member of IEEE. He has been the technical program chair of ICSGCE (International Conference on Smart Grid and Clean Energy Technologies) since 2011.
Wei Zhen, Senior Engineer, Sichuan Electric Power Test & Research Institute, ChinaZhen received his BS degree in power system automation in 1982, from Xi'an Jiaotong University, China. His research fields include power system relay protection, power system analysis and state-of-the-art technology development.
Dr. Shi Jing is currently an assistant professor at UESTC. His current research fields include distributed measurement and control, smart grid and time synchronization technology for power system.
Dr. Jianbo Yi is now a lecturer working in the Key Lab of Wide-area Control and Measurement on Power System of Sichuan province in UESTC. His main research interest covers wide area measurement and analysis on power system and power system fault diagnosis.
Table of Contents
List of Figures xiList of Tables xxiForeword xxiiiPreface xxvAcknowledgments xxix1 Introduction 11.1 The concept and worldwide development of smart grid 11.2 Importance and necessity of measurement and test in smart grid 51.3 State of art in measurement and test of smart grid 71.4 Outline of the book 10PART I SENSOR, MEASUREMENT AND DATA MANAGEMENT2 New types of sensors for smart grid 152.1 Introduction 152.2 Application of advanced magnetic sensor in smart grid 162.3 Application of fiber optic sensor in smart grid 643 Synchronized wide area measurement for smart grid 893.1 Introduction 893.2 Time synchronization in substation 903.3 Dynamic visualization of power system synchronphasor 1073.4 Online measurement of low frequency oscillation based on WAMS 1123.5 Wide area situational awareness 1424 Measurement of energy, power quality and efficiency in smart grid 1634.1 Smart meter and AMI for smart grid 1644.2 Measurement for power quality in smart grid 1774.3 Measurement for integration of distributed generation 1845 Data management in smart grid 2055.1 Introduction 2055.2 Data and data processing in smart grid 2075.3 Sensor network for integration of smart grid data 2225.4 Introduction to smart grid data cloud 229PART II ADVANCED TEST TECHNOLOGIES FOR SMART GRID6 Test of secondary systems in smart substation 2416.1 Introduction smart substation 2416.2 Wholeview test of secondary system in smart substation 2466.3 Development of real time test technology 2607 Test of auxiliary monitoring system in smart substation 2677.1 Introduction auxiliary monitoring&control system in smart substation 2677.2 Test of video surveillance system in smart substation 2687.3 Test of the video linkage system 2788 Test on dynamic performance of electronic instrument transformers2858.1 Introduction 2868.2 Detailed modeling of Rogowski coil and numerical analysis 2878.3 Test system design and implementation 2979 Future vision 3079.1 Summary of the results 3079.2 Future vision 310Index 313