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|Title:||Design and Development of an Emulator for Distribution Automation Using DCS|
|Authors:||Hanumantha, Rao, B.|
Chandan, Kumar, B.
Manjunatha, Sharma, K.
|Citation:||2018 20th National Power Systems Conference, NPSC 2018, 2018, Vol., , pp.-|
|Abstract:||The distribution system in the power system network plays vibrant role in the delivery of electrical energy to the consumers. Automation in the field of distribution system empowers more flexible control for the utilities, which is effectively used to enhance the efficiency, power quality and reliability of electrical supply services. Presently, the advanced developments in the information and communication technologies and intelligent electronic devices make the distribution network operations more resilient, efficient, reliable and cost effective. This paper presents brief overview about the design and development of distribution system automation. This involves design of distribution substation model and provision of automation for it. Automation involves isolation of fault and restoration of the service, when a fault occurs in any one of the feeder. Load transfer between the feeders, between incomer and load scheduling, display of energy consumption of each feeder are a few functions of automation. � 2018 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. Conference Papers|
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