Presentation Schedule

Tuesday
Morning

TUM01

Generator
Turn-to-Turn Fault Protection Using a Stator-Rotor-Bound
Differential Element

B. Kasztenny, N. Fischer, H. J. Altuve, D. Taylor, Schweitzer
Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA

TUM02

Multifunctional
Protection and Control IEDs in Future Transmission Systems

R. Loken, S. Losnedal, Statnett SF, Norway

TUM03

Feeder Differential
Protection In Hybrid Mode – Scheme Performance With Mix Of
-9-2LE Sampled Values And Analogue Inputs

J. Jesus, A. Varghese, Ph.D GE Grid Solutions, UK; S. Nandakumar
Menon, S. Sunish, GE Grid Solutions, India; A. Hayatudin, Tenaga
Nasional Berhad, Malaysia; M. Iqbal Ridwan, TNB Research Sdn Bhd,
Malaysia

TUM04

Application Of
Settings And Setting Groups In IEC 61850

T. Schossig, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria

TUM05

Detection of
Ferroresonance Conditions in MV Networks

K. Solak, W. Rebizant, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology,
Poland; L. Schiel, H.-J. Herrmann, Siemens AG, Germany

TUM06

Technical
Requirements for Homologation of Substation Automation Systems
Based on IEC 61850

S. Campos, Cemig, Brazil

TUM07

A Protection and
Control Coordination Scheme for Distribution Network with Wind
Power Integration

Z. Liu, H. K. Høidalen, M. M. Saha, Norwegian University of Science
and Technology, Norway

TUM08

Evaluation of Fault
Location Impedance-Based Algorithms in Multi-Terminal Transmission
Lines

J. Peres, R. D. Jorge, R. D. Paulo, Efacec, Portugal

TUM09

Considerations
about Modelling and Implementation of IEC 61850 Functions on
Substation Level

V. Leitloff, B. Ilas, P. Lhuillier, RTE, France

TUM10

Impact of Faster
Development Cycles of IEDs onto Protection Testing

N. H. Al-Harbi, A. Abdulhamied, M. Yanbawi, National Grid, Saudi
Arabia; R. Marenbach, M. Albert, OMICRON electronics Deutschland
GmbH, Germany

Tuesday
Afternoon

TUA01

Maintenance
methodologies and Tools for IEC 61850 Substations. Simplification
of the Asset Management

A. Bonetti, FMTP Power AB, Sweden; M. Kuchta, Enertest, Poland; Z. Mitev, TSO MEPSO, Macedonia; R. Hughes, Rod Hughes Consulting Ltd,
Australia

TUA02

Learning from GB
Wide Area Monitoring and Progress Towards Operations Integration

S. Clark, D. Wilson, K. Hay, O. Bagleybter, GE Grid Solutions, United
Kingdom; P. Mohapatra, F. Macleod, C. Halliday, SP Energy
Networks, United Kingdom; P. Ashton, M. Osborne, N. Hird, National
Grid, United Kingdom; P. Wall, P. Dattaray, V. Terzija, Z. Jin The
University of Manchester, United Kingdom

TUA03

Using an Iterative
Approach to Mimic Real-Time Closed-Loop Simulation for Protection
Testing in the Field

C. Pritchard, T. Hensler, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria

TUA04

Pre-study of a
Software Based PRP Implementation for Redundant IEC 61850
Implementation

O. Vähämäki, R. Lehto, Vamp Ltd/Schneider Electric, Finland; W.E. Kozlowski, M. Pazik, INFO TECH sp.j., Poland; M. Ruohonen, Vamp
Ltd/Schneider Electric, Finland

TUA05

Remote Connection
To IEDs On The Hungarian Grid: In The Past, Present, Future –
Cybersecurity, Functionality, Data Accumulation, Maintenance

R. Szedlák, S. Eitzenberger, A. Woynárovich, MAVIR Hungarian
Independent Transmission Operator Company, Hungary

TUA06

Remote Data
Acquisition Of Disturbance Files

F. Strevens, Y. Thiessoz, D. Vela, Romande Energie SA, Switzerland

TUA07

Travelling Waves
Based Detection of Incipient Faults in Distribution Cables

S. Shi, Z. Hu, Tsinghua University, China; X. He, Guizhou Power Grid,
China; Z. Ma, China Electric Power Research Institute, China; X. Dong, Tsinghua University, China

TUA08

New Single-Ended
Earthfault Distance Estimation for Compensated Networks

Dr. G. Druml, Sprecher Automation GmbH, Austria; Dr. G. Achleitner,
Austrian Power Grid AG, Austria; W. Leitner, Netz Oberösterreich
GmbH, Austria; Prof. Dr. P. Schegner, Technical University
Dresden, Germany; Prof. Dr. L. Fickert, Technical University Graz,
Austria

TUA09

Software Defined
Substations Automation Based on Centralized Protection and Control
Architecture

B. Fischer, Locamation, The Netherlands; B. Almer, Protrol, Sweden;
B. Almgren, Ellevio, Sweden

TUA10

Challenges with
Matching Differential Characteristics in Setting the Primary and
Backup Transformer Protection Using IIDs from Two Different
Vendors

B. Biklikli, A. Klimek, K. Blyth, ABB Inc., Canada

TUA11

A Comparative Study
on Cost Savings Offered by Traveling Wave System Fault Locators
over Traditional Distance Relays for Long Distance Transmission
Lines

J. M. Trejo, El Paso Electric Company, USA; David Cole, Qualitrol, UK

TUA12

New Time-Domain
Line Protection Principles and Implementation

E. O. Schweitzer, III, B. Kasztenny, M. V. Mynam, A. Guzmán, V. Skendzic, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA

Wednesday
Morning

WEM01

Energy Storage
Systems (ESS) to Improve Solar Power Plants and Electrical
Power Grids, Overview and Detailed Comparison

Dr. Eng. Y. Z. M. Al-Harbawi, Non- affiliated Technical and Commercial
Consultant, IRAQ

WEM02

Remedial Action
Scheme Based on Synchrophasor Measurements and System Angle
Difference for Peru’s 500 kV Grid

Y. Jacome, COES SINAC, Peru; L. Figueroa, Sociedad Minera Cerro
Verde , Peru; E. Palma, F. Calero, P. Loza, A. Carbajal, A. Upreti, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA

WEM03

IEC 61850-9-3: Does
PTP keep its promise?

B. Baumgartner, M. Wehinger, W. Schenk, OMICRON electronics GmbH,
Austria

WEM04

Benefits of Modern
Database Tools Applied to Event Record Data Extraction

C. Black, G.Wilson, Southern Company, USA; P. Myrda, Electric Power
Research Inst, USA; M. Gehrs, Gehrs Consulting, USA

WEM05

The Technology
Behind IEC 61850 Edition 2 Amendment 1 (2.1)

B. Muschlitz, NovaTech, USA

WEM06

GPS and GLONASS
Constellations for Better Time Synchronizing Reliability

M. Zapella, L. B. Oliveira, R. Hunt, GE Grid Solution, Brazil

WEM07

Travelling Wave
Fault Location Based on Pattern Recognition: Application to
Complex Topologies and Field Records

X. Bustamante-Mparsakis, J.-C. Maun, Université Libre de Bruxelles,
Belgium; D. Cezary, J. Andreas, SIEMENS AG, Germany

WEM08

Digital Substation
Implementation in Litgrid, Lithuania

P. Wicher, K. Kulski, GE Grid Solutions, Poland; A. Appukuttan, A. Varghese, GE Grid Solutions, United Kingdom

WEM09

Function Modelling
with IEC 61850

J. Reuter, Helinks LLC, Switzerland

WEM10

Statistical
Analysis of 61850 Communication in Operational Substations;
Quickly Identify the Root-Cause and Verify Communications in
Operational Substations Using Statistical Analysis

J. Sieswerda, Joulz Energy Solutions B.V., The Netherlands; R. Schimmel, DNV GL Energy, The Netherlands

WEM11

Multi-Functional
IEDs and Process Bus, the Direct Path to Centralized Substation
Protection and Control?

Klaus-Peter
Brand, ABB Switzerland Ltd, Switzerland

WEM12

Practical
Experiences with SPACS Standardization, Automated Engineering and
Virtual Testing Introduction

J. Rogulj, G. Pregrad, Pro Integris d.o.o., Croatia

Wednesday
Afternoon

WEA01

Lessons Learned
While Retrofitting Stator Ground Fault Protection in Pumped
Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant

D. Mani, J. Buneo, V. Sundaram, Megger, USA

WEA02

Update on Dynamic
State Estimation Based Centralized Protection Scheme to Detect
Hidden Failure

H.F. Albinali, A.P. Meliopoulos, G.J. Cokkinides, Georgia Institute of
Technology, USA; P. Myrda, E. Farantatos, EPRI, USA

WEA03

Ukraine
Cyber-Induced Power Outage: Analysis and Practical Mitigation
Strategies

D. E. Whitehead, K. Owens, D. Gammel, J. Smith, Schweitzer
Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA

WEA04

Experiences in
Commissioning and Testing of Differential Protection for
Phase-Shifting Transformers

F. Fink, T. Hensler, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria

WEA05

FITNESS – GB’s
Pilot Multi-Vendor Digital Substation – Architecture and Design
Philosophy

C. Patterson, P. Mohapatra, C. Fundulea, SP Energy Networks, UK; C. Popescu-Cirstucescu, ABB Ltd, UK; P. Newman, GE Grid Solutions, UK

WEA06

Advanced Coupling
Relay Approach in Closed-Ring Grids with Distributed Generation

M. Biller, J. Jaeger, M. Zimmerer, FAU University Erlangen-Nuremberg,
Germany

Thursday
Morning

THM01

Modelling of the
Sympathetic Inrush Effect and its Impact on Protection Systems
during Power System Restoration

M. Jaworski, J. Jaeger, E. Schischke, FAU University
Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

THM02

Evolution to
Model-Based Testing of Protection Systems and the Publication of
the IEC 60255-121 Standard

S. Li, OPAL-RT Technologies Inc., Canada; . Hilbrich, TU Dortmund
University, Germany; A. Bonetti, FMTP Power AB, Sweden; J.-N. Paquin, OPAL-RT Technologies Inc., Canada

THM03

A Reassessment of
Node-Based Analysis of GOOSE Communication in

IEC 61850
Substations

J. Chuang, Moxa Inc., Taiwan; C-H Lin, Moxa Europe GmbH,
Germany

THM04

Sampled Values –
History, Status, and Outlook

F. Steinhauser, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria

THM05

IEC-61850,
Inter-substation Communication: Optimal Signed-Crypted R-GOOSE and
R-Sampled Values on IP-Multicast Networks

J.-R. Schuler, P. Favre-Perroz, University of Applied Science of
Fribourg, Switzerland

THM06

Implementation of
Remote Service Access and Visualisation in Croatian Transmission
System Operator Transmission Area Rijeka Substation Automation
System

S. Javornik Vončina, A. Kekelj, M. Radošević, HOPS, Croatia; D. Jurasović, Pro Integris, Croatia

THM07
*

IEC 61850 Processes
- Present and Future

C. Brunner, it4power, Switzerland

THM08

Challenges and
Opportunities Arising from the Usage of IEC 61850 GOOSE Messages
While Performing PACS Maintenance Tasks at the Portuguese DSO

L. Candeias, EDP Distribuição Energia, SA, Portugal; R. Correia,
Coimbra Institute of Engineering of (ISEC), Portugal; R. Francisco, EDP Distribuição Energia, SA, Portugal; C. Ferreira,
Coimbra Institute of Engineering (ISEC) and INESC Coimbra,
Portugal; F. Lopes, Coimbra Institute of Engineering (ISEC)
and Instituto de Telecomunicações – IT Coimbra, Portugal

THM09

Digital Substation
Pilot: Substation Automation and Protection System Based on
IEC61850 9-2 Process Bus

S. Hutterer, Sprecher Automation GmbH, Austria; R. S. J. Løken,
Statnett, Norway; M. Schicklgruber, Sprecher Automation GmbH,
Austria

THM10

The Ground Fault
Neutralizer: No Arc, No Outages, No Fires

K. Winter, A. Winter, V. Levashov, Swedish Neutral AB, Sweden

THM11

Assessment and
Comparison of HSR Network Performance for IEC61850 Based
Substation

L. Xu, H. Li, L. Chen, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK;
M. Priyanka, Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN), UK

THM12

IEC 61850 Aided
Adaptive Protection

M. Haecker, Schneider Electric GmbH, Germany

Thursday
Afternoon

THA01

Differential
Protection of Converter Transformers

K. Solak, W. Rebizant, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland; F. Mieske, Siemens AG, Germany

THA02

New Possibilities
for Testing Traveling Wave Fault Location Functions in the Field

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

THA03

System Integrity
Protection Schemes in the 400 kV Transmission Network of Turkey

F. Iliceto, University of Rome, Italy; Ö. Akansel, M. Akdeniz, S. Erikci, TEİAŞ, Turkey; Y. Zafer Korkmaz, K. G. Ravikumar, A. Rodriguez, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA

THA04

Wide Area
Protection & Control using High-Speed and Secured Routable
GOOSE Mechanism

M. Kanabar, A. Cioraca, J. Jesus, GE Grid Solutions, Canada/UK; A. Johnson, Southern California Edison, USA

THA05

Presentation of the
European project MIGRATE

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

THA06

Sympathetic Trip
and How IEC 61850 Can Help It

A. Apostolov, PAC World, USA


Poster
Presentations

To
be presented Wednesday afternoon

Poster01

Functional Testing
of Distribution Automation Systems

Alex
Apostolov, PAC World, USA

Poster02

Intelligent
Electronic Device Gateway Case Study

Armand
Salvador, Chi Carnegie, Andrew West, SUBNET Solutions Inc., Canada

Poster01

Plug-In Test
System Material to Meet the IEC 60947-7-1

R. Winter, Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Poster02

Earth-Fault
Protection Improvements Based on Data Exchange Between IEDs

S. Zubić, M. Krakowski, P. Balcerek, A. Burek, M. Smolana, ABB
Corporate Research Center, Poland

Poster03

Stabilization of
Frequency-Based Protection Functions

D. Bejmert, W. Rebizant, Wroclaw University of Science and
Technology, Poland; K. Böhme, H.-J. Herrmann, Siemens AG, Germany

Poster04

Optimization of
Power Qualtity in Medium Voltage Grids by Wavesystm – Wide Area
Control Expertise System

P. Held, M.Huzmezan, A. Eberle GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Poster05

Implementation of a
Process Bus Based Feeder Protection and Measurement System
Operating as Alternate Protection at Cteep’S Embu-Guaçu
Substation

L. B. de Oliveira, A. A. Bittencourt, R. R. Matos, GE Grid Solutions,
Brazil; N. C. Marcello, CTEEP, Brazil

Poster06

Accurate
Localization of Ground Faults in Non-Solidly Earthed
Multi-Terminal Lines Based on Transients Analysis

C. Dzienis, A. Jurisch, Siemens AG, Germany

Poster07

Mission Possible –
Easy Upgradable and Cost-Efficient Distribution Substation

J. Starck, B. de Oliveira e Sousa, ABB Finland Oy, Finland; G. Leci,
Koncar-KET, Croatia; P. Kreutzer, ABB Switzerland Ltd.,
Switzerland

Poster08

A Universal
Protection Scheme for Open Phase Detection of Unloaded or Lightly
Loaded Power Transformers

G. Lloyd, S.Hosseini, GE Grid Solutions, UK; C. Vo, GE Grid Inc, USA;
D. Stewart, GE Grid Inc, Canada; J. Schaefer, M. Putt, Florida
Power & Light Company, USA

Poster09

Measurement and
Application of Power Quality

L. B. de Oliveira, P. de Souza, M. Zapella; A. Bittencourt, E. Parison, GE Grid Solutions, Brazil

Poster10

Modular Design –
Developing a Modular PAC Design for Existing Substations

R. Troost, Stedin Group / Stedin Netbeheer, The Netherlands; J. Sieswerda, Stedin Group / Joulz, The Netherlands

Poster11

Compensated MV Grid
Parameters Estimation Based on Two Counter-phased Current
Injections into the Neutral Point

P. Dawidowski, M. Krakowski, P. Balcerek, ABB Corporate Research
Center, Poland; J. Lorenc, B. Staszak, Poznan University of
technology, Poland

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