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Research on Source Maintenance Key Technology of the Smart Substation

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The source maintenance technology of the smart substation offers the base for the models, data and graphs sharing between the substation and the dispatch center. This paper researches on the conversion technology between SCD model in IEC 61850 Ed. 2 and the CIM model in IEC 61970. The substation provides SVG and SCD documents to the dispatch center, which includes primary equipment information and the network topology. The dispatch center’s automation system completes the conversion between the two models. This paper researches on the smart remote technology, which uses IEC 61850 as communication protocol. It can filter and restructure communication data based on the needs of different dispatch center. At the same time, it can provide quality control of communication link, to ensure that the important data be sent in real time.

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Liang, W. , Wang, N. , Wang, Z. , Liu, T. and Mu, Y. (2014) Research on Source Maintenance Key Technology of the Smart Substation. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 239-243. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.24034.

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