Communication Networks for Smart Grids: Making Smart Grid by Kenneth C. Budka

By Kenneth C. Budka

This booklet offers an application-centric method of the advance of shrewdpermanent grid verbal exchange structure. The assurance comprises in-depth stories of such state-of-the-art purposes as complex metering infrastructure, distribution automation, call for reaction and synchrophasors. good points: examines various intriguing application functions made attainable via clever grid evolution; describes the core-edge community structure for shrewdpermanent grids, introducing the concept that of WANs and lovers; explains how the community layout paradigm for shrewdpermanent grids differs from that for extra demonstrated facts networks, and discusses community safeguard in clever grids; presents an outline of communique community applied sciences for WANs and fanatics, overlaying OPGW, PLC, and LTE and MPLS know-how; investigates safe data-centric facts administration and information analytics for clever grids; discusses the transformation of a community from traditional modes of software operation to an built-in community according to the clever grid structure framework.

Show description

Read Online or Download Communication Networks for Smart Grids: Making Smart Grid Real PDF

Similar power systems books

Battery Reference Book, Third Edition

Crompton's Battery Reference e-book has develop into the normal reference resource for a variety of pros and scholars focused on designing, production, and specifying items and platforms that use batteries. This publication is exclusive in supplying broad facts on particular battery kinds, brands and providers, in addition to overlaying the speculation - a facet of the e-book which makes an up to date version very important for each professional's library.

Smart Grid Security. Innovative Solutions for a Modernized Grid

The clever Grid defense environment is complicated and multi-disciplinary, and comparatively under-researched in comparison to the conventional info and community safeguard disciplines. whereas the shrewdpermanent Grid has supplied elevated efficiencies in tracking strength utilization, directing strength provides to serve top strength wishes and enhancing potency of energy supply, the clever Grid has additionally opened the way in which for info defense breaches and different sorts of protection breaches.

Fundamentals of Electrical Drives

This booklet is helping scholars and engineers enjoy and comprehend the basic suggestions of the trendy electric drives utilized in millions of purposes, from robotics and family home equipment to wind generators and hybrid automobiles. Updates to this moment variation hide strategies in desktop layout, strength semi-conductors, electronic sign processors and simulation software program.

Additional resources for Communication Networks for Smart Grids: Making Smart Grid Real

Sample text

Similarly, V D V C j0, since cosine and sine of angle 0 are equal to 1 and 0, respectively. 4) As before, if we integrate p(t) over one period T, the second term disappears since it is just a sinusoid integrated over twice its period which is (T/2) D 1/(2f ). 5) Thus, the power is equal to the product of the voltage across the load, the current through the load, and the cosine of the phase angle between them. The term cos' is called the power factor of the load. Even though the power factor, thus defined, is based on the example with the current phasor lagging behind the voltage phasor, the definition applies even if the current leads the voltage, in which case the power factor is called the leading power factor.

7. Networking requirements for a utility network are different in many respects to those for NSP networks. NSP networks are primarily designed to support their customers’ multimedia applications, while the Smart Grid network must support mission-critical applications like SCADA, teleprotection, and synchrophasors in addition to many other applications. Reliability, security, and performance requirements for Smart Grid networks are more stringent than the corresponding requirements for enterprise networks.

Traditional bulk generation sources (thermal, large hydroelectric, and nuclear) connect directly into the transmission system. Large-capacity alternate sources of energy (such as large wind farms) may also connect into the transmission system directly. Unless stated otherwise, we assume that DG sources connect into the distribution system (either as stand-alone sources of energy or collocated with and owned by consumers). 3 Transmission Systems Referring back to the idealized illustration (Fig.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.68 of 5 – based on 48 votes