Practical Applications & Real Life Examples for the Digitalized Substation

DistribuTECH Conference 
San Antonio, TX
Monday, January 27, 2010 - 1PM to 5PM

UTILITY UNIVERSITY

Practical Applications & Real Life Examples for the Digitalized Substation (Listed as UU 302)

 

Understanding the full lifecycle of the IEC 61850 system is the key to a successful deployment. The best way to understand each stage is to review practical uses cases and tools in the market today to work through real-life examples. This course will teach you how IEC 61850 IEDs capabilities and data models are formally specified using the configuration language and how a system is designed including defining the communication parameters, the information flow implemented with IEC 61850 GOOSE messages to implement the protection and control schemes and the reporting for the SCADA communication.  The final phases of the lifecycle are critical to ongoing success and will be demonstrated by setting up functional testing of the system and preparation of maintenance tests to be done in a live system.

The objective of this course is to understand the life cycle of an IEC 61850 system from specification to acceptance testing. Based on a practical use case and using real tools the course will illustrate how the different definitions in the standard are applied during the life cycle. The participants will learn how the latest developments of IEC 61850 support the specification of both products as well as projects. They will then learn how IEC 61850 IEDs capabilities and data models are formally specified using the configuration language and how a system is designed including defining the communication parameters, the information flow implemented with IEC 61850 GOOSE messages to implement the protection and control schemes and the reporting for the SCADA communication. Finally, based on a simulation of the design, the course will demonstrate how a functional testing of the configured system can be done.

Learning Objectives:

  • The emerging information model standard for DER communications
  • The basic operation of the communication protocols IEEE 1815 (DNP3) and IEEE 2030.5 (SEP 2.0)
  • The purpose and functions of each protocol
  • What systems the protocols are used in
  • How DER related measurements, controls, modes, scheduling, and other data is represented with each protocol
  • The trade-offs of each protocol and how to choose a protocol for your DER use cases

Specific knowledge, skills and/or capabilities that attendees should acquire by taking this course:

  • None

Who should attend this course: 

  • Substation control and protection engineers, Engineering management, Test engineers, System integrators, consultants, Software engineers interested in the power industry

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Instructors:

JoelGreene  Joel Greene
  Senior Software Systems Engineer
  Triangle MicroWorks, Inc.



Christoph Brunner  Christoph Brunner
   President
   it4Power.


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