Presentation Schedule

Tuesday Morning

TUM01

FITNESS: GB’s Pilot Multi-Vendor Digital
Substation – Design and Testing Considerations

C. Popescu-Cirstucescu,
ABB, UK; C. Patterson, P. Mohapatra, C. Fundulea, SP Energy
Networks, UK; P. Newman, P. Balasubramani, GE Grid Solutions,
UK; M. Wehinger, A. Abdulla, OMICRON Electronics, UK

TUM02

IEC 61850, Get out of the Substation! Experiences
from a DSO perspective.

R. Troost, Stedin
Netbeheer, The Netherlands

TUM03

Oncor’s Continued Road of Analytics

M. Carpenter, Oncor
Electric Delivery, USA

TUM04

Implementation of an Intelligent Protection Asset
Management Tool

T. Foody, N.l Kearns, E.
O’Callaghan, D. Catanase, ESB International, Ireland

TUM05

Regression Test Approach for Maintenance Testing

A Secure Method to Detect Defective Components

R. Marenbach, M. Albert,
OMICRON electronics Deutschland, Germany

TUM06

A Novel Selective Ground Fault Protection for
Unearthed Networks with Low Earth Fault Currents

P. Olszowiec, Erea, Poland

TUM07

Model-based Engineering and Validation Support
for Cyber-Physical Energy Systems

F. Pröstl-Andrén, T. I.
Strasser, AIT Austrian Institute of Tech-nology, Austria; J.
Resch, B. Schuiki, Ing. Punzenberger COPA-DATA, Austria; C.
Brandauer, G. Panholzer, Salzburg Research, Austria

TUM08

Managing the Transition to Digital Substations

V. Gsaenger, Siemens,
Germany

TUM09

Performance of IEDs and Substation Automation
System in IEC 61850 Based Substations

R. Wadyalkar, S. Choudhari,
Power Grid Corporation of India, India

TUM10

Transformer On-Line Bushing Monitoring for Timely
Preventative Maintenance

M. Huzmezan, G. Jacob, P.
Modi, A. Eberle, Germany

Tuesday Afternoon

TUA01

A Case Study: Dubai Electricity & Water
Authority Substation Modernization Using IEC 61850 Edition 2

S. Al
Obaidli, V. Subramaniam, H. Alhuseini, R. Gupta, Dubai
Electricity & Water Authority, Dubai; D. Dolezilek, A.
Kalra, P. Sankar, W. Fernandes, Schweitzer Engineering
Laboratories, USA

TUA02

New Methods for Testing Automation and Control

T.
Schossig, OMICRON electronics, Austria

TUA03

How do technologies work together? Integration
Optical CT and Merging Units with conventional CT on a single bay
for protection and WAMS

G. F.
Krefta, COPEL GT – Brazil; C. E. F. Pimentel, L. B. de
Oliveira, GE Grid Solutions – Brazil

TUA04

Design and Control of a Microgrid System using
Differential Evolution Algorithm and Neural Network Methods

J. A.
Alshehri, A. H. Alzahrani, National Grid Saudi Arabia, Saudi
Arabia; Ibrahim Elamin, King Fahd University of Petroleum
& Minerals Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia

TUA05

Low Latency Stockwell Transform Based Secured
Distance Protection Scheme for Power Network Connected with High
Renewable Penetration

R.
Dubey, M. Popov, J. Chavez, TU Delft, Netherlands; V. Terzija,
S. Azizi, M. Sun, UoM, UK; S, López, L. Pindado, R. Andrino,
D. López, REE, Spain; C. Guibout, A. Watare, RTE, France; J.
Kilter, A. Reinson, M. Tealane, ELERING, Estonia; E. Martínez,
M.T. Villén, S. Borroy, CIRCE, Spain; H. Grasset, Schneider
Electric, France

TUA06

Testing of Switchgear Operation in an IEC 61850
based SAS using a Real-Time Simulator

D. R.
Gurusinghe, S. Kariyawasam, D. S. Ouellette, RTDS
Technologies, Canada

TUA07

Keeps Calm during Transients

Stabilizer for Distance Protection

with Capacitive Voltage Transformers

M.
Kleemann, Sprecher Automation, Germany; U. Schubert, TU
Dresden, Germany

TUA08

Novel Dynamic Rating System for Enhancing
Transformer Operability

K.
Kobayashi, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation,
Japan; P. Beaumont, Toshiba International (Europe), UK; M.
Ishikawa, TEPCO Power Grid, Japan; T. Yasuda, Tokyo Densetsu
Service Co., Japan

TUA09

Integrating connected Homes to SmartGrid
Opportunities and Challenges

M.
Lacroix, eMcREY, Canada

TUA10

An Evaluation of Distance Protection Responses in
AC Power System with Converter-Interface

H.
A.Alharthi, J. A. Alshehri, A. H. Alzahrani, National Grid,
Saudi Arabia; A. H. Al Shehri, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

TUA11

Self-Recovery Mechanisms for IEC 61850
Substations with Process Bus

R.
Cartaxo, B. Soares, R&D Nestor, Portugal; Y. Wei, R&D
Nester, China; A. dos Santos, REN, Portugal; R. D. Jorge, C.
Silva, EFACEC, Portugal

TUA12

Protection Solutions for Sub Synchronous
Oscillation (SSO) Conditions Using a Microprocessor Based
Protection Relay

N.
Perera, R. Midence, K. Ponram, A. Oliveira, ERLPhase Power
Technologies, Canada

Wednesday Morning

WEM01

Proposal for a Working Procedure to Accurately
Exchange Existing and New Calculated Protection Settings Between a
TSO and Consulting Companies

S. Ljiljak, M. Castillo,
DIgSILENT, Germany

WEM02

Digitalization in Power Distribution Systems: the
Digital Switchgear

B. de Oliveira e Sousa, ABB
Finland, Finland; K. Majer, M. Celko, V. Prokop, ABB Czech
Republic, Czech Republic

WEM03

Time Sync Resiliency Approaches for a Resilient
Time Synchronization Environment in IEC 61850 Substations

B. Baumgartner, M.
Pfitscher, W. Schenk, OMICRON electronics, Austria

WEM04

Experience using Multifunctional Protection and
Control IEDs in a R&D Digital Substation

N. Hurzuk, R. Loken,
Statnett, Norway

WEM05

Practical Installation Benefits of Digital
Instrument Transformers

D. Stewart, GE Grid
Solutions, Canada; A. Rose, GE Grid Solutions, USA; A. Varghese,
GE Grid Solutions, England; R. Hunt, GE Grid Solutions, USA

WEM06

Practical Experience and Challenges of
Introducing Modern Fast Operating IEDs and Circuit Breakers into
Legacy EHV feeder Protection Schemes

R. Kelly, E. Cowhey, N.
Kearns, ESB International, Ireland

WEM07

Application Ultra High Voltage Protection Schemes
to Korea Power System

C. Yun-Jin, L. Sang-young,
S. Yong-bum, Korea Electric Power Corp., South Korea

WEM08

Integrated IED Asset Management, Risk Management
and Maintenance Strategies – Current Situation and Future Hopes

J. Bizjak, Ž. Schreiner, Z.
Solga, Attila Barta, Slovenia

WEM09

Performance Testing of Distance Protection under
Weak In-Feed Sources Based on IEC61850 Tools

M. Kuflom, P. Crossley, The
University of Manchester, UK

WEM10

Options to implement PMU measurements in Kosovo

D. Bogdanov, I. Kerolli,
Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

WEM11

Intelligent Merging Unit

S. Meliopoulos, G.
Cokkinides, J. Xie, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; P.
Myrda, E. Farantatos, Electric Power Research Institute, USA

WEM12

Ultra-fast Distance Protection Algorithm Based on
a Gamma Transmission Line Model: Performances with Complex Power
Networks

N. Hoxha, J.-C. Maun,
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Wednesday Afternoon

WEA01

Protection Selectivity with GOOSE Messages in
High-Speed Electric Train Networks.

J.
Rodriguez, J. Cardenas, F. Martins, P. Horton, GE Power,
Spain; J. M. Parra, OMICRON, Spain; J. Estella, J.Cabello,
ADIF, Spain; A. Blasco, Siemens, Spain

WEA02

Considerations and Benefits of Using Five Zones
for Distance Protection

R.
Abboud, J. Bell, B. Smyth, J. Needs, Schweitzer Engineering
Laboratories, USA

WEA03

New Possibilities for Testing Superimposed
Quantities and Traveling-Wave based Protection

C.
Pritchard, H. Lampl, T. Hensler, OMICRON electronics, Austria

WEA04

Security Requirements for EPU Remote Services

D. K.
Holstein, OPUS Consulting Group, USA; TW Cease, Consultant,
USA

WEA05 *

Demystifying Version compatibility of IEC 61850 –
how vendors and system integrators can make mixed IEC 61850
systems become reality

C.
Brunner, it4power, Switzerland

WEA06

Perspectives of the Smart Measuring Unit in
Substation Automation Systems – Now and in the Future

I.
Strnad, I. Višić, G. Pregrad, Pro Integris, Croatia

Thursday Morning

THM01

Reduction of Commutation Failures Caused by AC
faults in HVDC Transmission Systems

S. Mirsaeidi, X.u Dong,
Tsinghua University, People’s Republic of China

THM02

Testing and Commissioning Numerical Transformer
Differential Protection

J. Verzosa, Doble
Engineering Company, USA; A. Lee, American Electric Power, USA

THM03

Exposing available distance relay operations near
high wind penetration

J. Chavez, M. Popov, R.
Dubey, TU Delft, Netherlands; D. López, S, López, L. Pindado, R.
Andrino, REE, Spain; V. Terzija, S. Azizi, M. Sun, UoM, UK; H.
Grasset, Schneider Electric, France; E. Martínez, M.T. Villén,
S. Borroy, CIRCE, Spain; C. Guibout, A. Watare, RTE, France; J.
Kilter, A. Reinson, M. Tealane, ELERING, Estonia

THM04

Locating Faults Before the Breaker Opens –
Adaptive Autoreclosing Based on the Location of the Fault

B. Kasztenny, A. Guzmán, M.
V. Mynam, T. Joshi, John Needs, Schweitzer Engineering
Laboratories, USA

THM05

The Concept of a New of Wide Area Distance
Protection – Virtual Tests Using RelaySimTest

M. Szablicki, Silesian
University of Technology and PSE Innowacje, Poland; T.
Bednarczyk, Silesian University of Technology and OMICRON
electronics, Poland; , A. Halinka, Silesian University of
Technology, Poland; P. Rzepka, Silesian University of Technology
and PSE Innowacje, Poland

THM06

Application of Digital Technology in Primary
Distribution Substations

R. D. Jorge, J. Peres,
Efacec, Portugal; P. C. Santos, S. A. Lopes, EDP Distribuição,
Portugal; N. Rodrigues, J. P. Pereira, Efacec, Portugal; R. M.
Oliveira, EDP Distribuição, Portugal

R. D. Paulo, Efacec, Portugal

THM07

Decentralized Busbar Redundancy Communication

J. Jesus, J. Pestana, GE
Grid Solutions, UK; D. Condrat, GE Grid Solutions, Romania

THM08

Selective Autoreclosure for Mixed High and Extra
High Voltage Overhead-Cable Lines

G.S. NUDELMAN, S.V.
BALASHOV, E.Y. EROKHIN, A.V. SDOBIN, A.A. SHAPEEV, JSC «VNIIR»,
Russia Federation; V.G. ALEKSEEV, V.V. SMEKALOV, JSC «RDC FGC
UES», Russia Federation; S.A. ARUTYUNOV, PJSC «FGC UES», Russia
Federation

THM09

Closing the gap: extending IEC 61850 by Logical
nodes for Topology functions

K.-P. Brand, W. Wimmer, ABB
Switzerland, Switzerland

THM10

Effects of Type-4 Wind Turbine on Present
Protection Relaying Algorithms

E. Martínez, M.T. Villén,
S. Borroy, CIRCE, Spain; H. Grasset, Schneider Electric, France;
M. Popov, R. Dubey, J. Chavez, TU Delft, Netherlands; V.
Terzija, S. Azizi, M. Sun, UoM, UK; S. López, L. Pindado, R.
Andrino, D. López, REE, Spain; C. Guibout, A. Watare, RTE,
France; J. Kilter, A. Reinson, M. Tealane, ELERING, Estonia

THM11

The Protection Schemes of 3-Winding
Autotransformer in KEPCO and Related Operation Analysis, Setting
Criteria

L. Jun-Sik, C. Yun-jin, K.
Hyung-geun, Korea Electric Power Corp., South Korea

THM12 *

Monitoring and managing status and RBAC of PAC
devices as a necessary tool for substation automation security

A. Kekelj, S. Javornik
Voncina, HOPS, Croatia; D. Jurasovic, Pro Integris, Croatia; M.
Radosevic, HOPS, Croatia

Thursday Afternoon

THA01

Cybersecurity Detection and Protection Mechanisms
for Distributed Communication Systems in IEC 61850 Power
Substations

T. Ko, Moxa, Taiwan; M.
Jenkner, Moxa Europe, Germany

THA02 *

Data Collection – Challenges and Approaches in an
Electrical Power System Study

M. Dauer, R. Ganjavi, T.
Bopp, R. Krebs, Siemens PTI, Germany

THA03

Cost effective solutions with IEC61850-9-2

M. Katov, V. Gabrovski,
ROCON Plc, Bulgaria

THA04

Transformer Inrush Current Reduction using a
Controlled Switching System

S. Maruyama, M. Saito, N.
Iwanade, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation,
Japan; N. Nagayama, Toshiba Infrastructure Systems &
Solutions Corporation, Japan; T. Sekiguchi, Y. Abe, M.
Matsumoto, Y. Kudo, T. Chiba, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Japan;
R. Minagawa, H. Takeda, Central Japan Railway Company, Japan

THA05

The Industrial Internet (IIoT) in the Management
& Optimization of the Electrical Grid

J. Cardenas, GE Grid
Automation, Spain; D. Menéndez, GE Distributed Grid Solutions,
Spain

THA06

Promoted Benefits of Sampled Values Compiled

F. Steinhauser, OMICRON
electronics, Austria

Poster Presentations

To be presented Wednesday afternoon

Poster01

Fault Detection In AC Machine Based On Monitoring And Analysis Of The Stator Current

G. Bojilov, G. Todorov, D. Bogdanov, R. Iliev, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Poster02

Modelling a PMU Device Based on IEC 61850-90-5 with C37.118.2 Communication Capabilities

A. Oliveira Pires, M. Agostini, I. Cruz, R. Donadel, E. Bencz, GE Grid Solutions, Brazil

Poster03

Cybersecurity for Shared Infrastructure Substation Networks with IEC 61850 Goose and Sampled Values

C.Diago, A. Forshaw, GE Grid Solutions, UK

Poster04

A Typical 500kV AC Filter Circuit Breaker Arc Fault Analysis in Substation

B. Wang, X. Dong, Tsinghua University, China

Poster05

Empirical Analysis of Potential Improvements for High Voltage Protective Algorithms

E. Martínez, M.T. Villén, S. Borroy, CIRCE, Spain; H. Grasset, Schneider Electric, France; M. Popov, R. Dubey, J. Chavez, TU Delft, Netherlands; V. Terzija, S. Azizi, M. Sun, UoM, UK; S. López, L. Pindado, R. Andrino, D. López, REE, Spain; C. Guibout, A. Watare, RTE, France; J. Kilter, A. Reinson, M. Tealane, ELERING, Estonia

Poster06

Protection Coordination for Transmission Lines that have Tapped Line with Power Transformer

K. B. Al-Mehmadi, Y. T. Mohamed, R. A. Hakami, Saudi National Grid, Saudia Arabia

Poster07

IEC 61850 GOOSE Applications to the Protection of Three Terminal Lines

A. Apostolov, PAC World, USA

Poster08

Lighting of Control Rooms – Part of the Operational Environment of IED Based Systems

D. Bogdanov, K. Nikolova, D. Pavlov, D. Ivanov, Technical University – Sofia, Bulgaria

Poster09

Experimental Digital Protection Device for Training Purposes

D. Bogdanov, R. Stanev, B. Valkov, T. Asenov, Technical University – Sofia, Bulgaria

Poster10

Automatic System for Li-Ion Battery Packs Gas Leakage Detection

V. Mateev, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria; Z. Kartunov, Sensata Technologies, Bulgaria; D.Bogdanov, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Poster11

Outage Data and Reliability Analysis for 500 kV Transformers in Egypt

A. Alabbasi, Bahrain Center for Strategic, International & Energy Studies, Bahrain; M. Khalil, Doble PowerTest, UK

* Paper was not available to be part of the CD at time of publishing