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Laboratory of Hardware & Software Modelling Based on Real Time Digital Simulator «Laboratory of Modern Power Systems»

Invited researcher Terzija Vladimir
Time span of the project
General information
Name of the project: Modern methods of the monitoring, protection, and control for future electrical systems

Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development Priority Level: б

Goals and objectives

The main goal of the project is the creation of a new laboratory for software & hardware modelling based on Real Time Digital Simulator (RTDS), the development of a number of methods of monitoring, protection, and control for future electric power systems and the verification of these methods in the created laboratory.

The practical value of the study
Projected research results: 

Within the project, we will develop a number of new methods for monitoring, protection, and control of electric power grids. These methods will be aimed at solution of the problem of the significantly increasing complexity of power supply grids, which is especially relevant due to the increasing share of energy transformation devices connected to the grid at various levels. In the context of the increasing complexity of regulation of such grids, there is a necessity to apply new information and communication technologies for data processing and the support the quality of monitoring, protection, and regulation at an acceptably high level.. Using the developed methods, we will be able to achieve a significant reduction of planning and operational costs, while investments in new assets at all levels of grids will not be constrained by technical concerns.

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