Smart Grid Handbook, 3 Volume Set

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John Wiley & Sons, 1 août 2016 - 1900 pages

Comprehensive, cross-disciplinary coverage of Smart Grid issues from global expert researchers and practitioners.

This definitive reference meets the need for a large scale, high quality work reference in Smart Grid engineering which is pivotal in the development of a low-carbon energy infrastructure. Including a total of 83 articles across 3 volumes The Smart Grid Handbook is organized in to 6 sections: Vision and Drivers, Transmission, Distribution, Smart Meters and Customers, Information and Communications Technology, and Socio-Economic Issues.

Key features:

  • Written by a team representing smart grid R&D, technology deployment, standards, industry practice, and socio-economic aspects.
  • Vision and Drivers covers the vision, definitions, evolution, and global development of the smart grid as well as new technologies and standards.
  • The Transmission section discusses industry practice, operational experience, standards, cyber security, and grid codes.
  • The Distribution section introduces distribution systems and the system configurations in different countries and different load areas served by the grid.
  • The Smart Meters and Customers section assesses how smart meters enable the customers to interact with the power grid.

Socio-economic issues and information and communications technology requirements are covered in dedicated articles.The Smart Grid Handbook will meet the need for a high quality reference work to support advanced study and research in the field of electrical power generation, transmission and distribution. It will be an essential reference for regulators and government officials, testing laboratories and certification organizations, and engineers and researchers in Smart Grid-related industries.

 

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Table des matières

Volume 1
xlvii
Preface
lv
Factors Influencing Adoption of Smart Meters 1307
21
and Planning
27
Evolution of the Smart Distribution Grid
41
Grid Integration Technology of Renewable Energy 112
57
Role of Demand Response 117
119
Grid Codes in Power Systems with Significant RenewableBased Generation 321
121
Integration in Distribution Systems 1069
1070
Volume 3
781
Electric Vehicles and V2G Operation
817
Distributed Energy Resources DER Using IEC 61850 with Cyber Security
845
Phasor Measurements for Distribution System Applications 1107
845
Feeder Automation 845
845
Load Modeling 474
861
Microgrids in Distribution 995
905

Role of Energy Storage
133
Workforce Training and Education on Smart Grids
149
TRANSMISSION
161
Remedial Action Schemes and Defense Systems
235
RealTime Management of
245
Substation Automation Systems 333
253
Cybersecurity of SCADA within Substations
357
Global Survey of Smart Grid Activities
75
CostBenefit Analysis of Smart Connections of Renewable Distributed Generation
77
HVDC Networks for Offshore Wind Power 507
97
HVDC Networks for Offshore Wind Power 507
508
New Technologies and Standards Enabling Grid Modernization 55
341
IEC 61970 for Energy Management System Integration
375
PMU Hardware and Algorithms
405
Online Monitoring of Dynamics with PMU Data 181
445
Wide Area Monitoring through Synchrophasor Measurement 163
445
Volume 2
445
Role of Renewable Energy 97
445
Definitions Scope Visions and Benefits 3
445
Power System Restoration 445
445
The Contribution of Load to Restoration
454
Dynamic Security Assessment
265
Synchrophasor Device Testing and Related Standards 191
289
Cascading Failures in Power Systems 215
313
Practical Deployment of the Modern EMS 261
329
Evolution of Power Grids Transmission 21
vii
Contents
viii
Volume 1
xxxiv
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONSTECHNOLOGY 1357
xl
Regulation of Smart Grids 1637
xlvi
List of Contributors xlvii
xlvii
Online Monitoring of Dynamics with PMU Data 181
xlviii
Load Modeling 473
lv
Introduction 1637
967
Active Management of Electric Vehicles Acting as Distributed Storage 619
505
Condition Monitoring and Asset Management in the Smart Grid 905
525
DISTRIBUTION
529
Control and Management Architectures
539
Communication Solutions for Distribution Systems
563
Active Network Management
789
Renewable Energy Forecasting
639
Overview of Smart Grid Project in Korea and Smart Power Grid Field Test 945
661
Industry Practice and Operational Experience of Key Distribution Applications
967
Advanced Protection Systems
703
LoadShedding Functions in IEDs
722
Defining Measuring and Improving Resilience of Electric Power Systems 747
727
SMART GRID 1
555
Reliability Indices 875
559
Overview of Distributed Energy Resources
575
Integration in Distribution Systems 1069
619
Microgrids in Distribution 995
996
Conservation Voltage Reduction 661
661
Grid Monitoring and State Estimation
687
Evolution of Power Grids Transmission 21
vii
Contents
viii
Online Monitoring of Dynamics with PMU Data 181
xvi
Reliability Evaluation in Transmission Systems 489
xviii
Volume 1
xx
Power Electronics for Flexible Distribution Networks 769
xxv
List of Contributors xlvii
xlvii
Distributed Energy Resources DER Using IEC 61850 with Cyber Security
xlviii
Preface lv
lv
Market Design in the Smart Grid 1587
1489
SMART GRID 1
1499
SystemLevel Simulation for Future Smart Grids
1507
Demand Response
1253
SMART METERS AND CUSTOMERS 1117
1199
Operational Experience of Microgrids
1213
Microgrid Configuration
1223
Renewable Energy Fundamentals 100
1231
DemandSide ResponseHome Energy Management
1235
Definitions Scope Visions and Benefits 3
1604
Architecture and Technology 1314
1464
Primary or Power HardwareintheLoop PHIL Testing
1471
Implications of Smart Grid Innovation for Organizational Models in Electricity
1343
Toward a CostBenefit of Smart Grid Investments 1531
1347
Conclusions 1534
1355
New Approaches to Interoperability
1359
Smart Meter Health and Exposure Assessment Research
1329
DER Resilience Concepts and Challenges 1059
1307
Synchrophasor Device Testing and Related Standards 191
1115
Meter Data Collection Management and Analysis
1133
Smart Choices for the Smart Grid
1159
Standards Security and Smart Meters 1293
1401
Application of Distributed Intelligence to Industrial Demand Response 1401
1401
Industry Practice and Operational Experience of ICT
1423
Impact on Electricity Markets 1561
1433
Acknowledgment 1535
1433
Regulation of Smart Grids 1637
1433
Innovative Smart Grid Cases 1638
1433
Role of Regulation in the Four Smart Grid Cases 1645
1433
Data Analytics for Transmission and Distribution 1487
1433
Behavioral Aspects of Smart Meters 1575
1433
Data Privacy and Social Acceptance of Smart Meters 1537
1433
Cyber Security of Smart Meters 1175
1433
Transactive Energy Systems 1433
1433
Physical HardwareintheLoop Modeling and Simulation 1459
1459
Exploiting Flexible Power Electronics
1756
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Chen-Ching Liu, Boeing Distinguished Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University, is an international leader in smart grid research. He is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and is internationally recognized for pioneering contributions to the development of decision support systems for power system restoration following major outages. Dr Liu's research interests include cyber-power system vulnerability assessment, wide-area control and protection technologies for the power grid, and engineering and economic issues related to the integration of renewable energy.

Professor Stephen McArthur is currently Head of the Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department at University of Strathclyde, UK. His research interests include: Power engineering applications of Artificial Intelligence; monitoring and diagnosis of nuclear reactors; intelligent and automated power system fault analysis; intelligent system methods; multi-agent systems and intelligent agents and architectures for power engineering applications and decision support environments.

Seung-Jae Lee received his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University, Korea in 1979 and 1981, respectively and his Ph.D. from University of Washington, Seattle, USA in 1988. He is now a Professor at Myongji University's Department of Electrical Engineering as well as a Director of the Next-generation Power Technology Center (NPTC). He is also a Chairman of IEC TC -57 Mirror Committee, Korea and a CIGRE SC B5 representative of Korea.

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