Доступен очередной выпуск журнала "CIGRE Science and Engineering"

30.01.2023, 13:24

На сайте издания доступен очередной выпуск журнала СИГРЭ «CIGRE Science and Engineering» №27 за январь 2022 года.

Данный выпуск журнала посвящен лучшим докладам прошедшей в 2022 году 49-й Сессии СИГРЭ.

Выпуск доступен бесплатно для всех желающих по ссылке.

Содержание выпуска:

  • Editorial by Rob Stephen
  • A1 - An innovative power system stabilization method with augmented inertia synchronous condensers
  • A2 - Impact of Transient Voltage Generated by Valve Commutation on HVDC Transformer
  • A3 - Application of SF6 Alternatives for Retro-filling Existing Equipment
  • B1 - Best practices for Partial Discharge Monitoring of HVDC Cable Systems and Qualification tests
  • B2 - Latest Design Standard on Structures for Overhead Transmission Lines in Japan
  • B3 - Online Monitoring and Data Analytics Enabling LV Network Investment Optimisation for a Low Carbon Future  in Ireland
  • B4 - Transmission system testing of a VSC based HVDC System
  • B5 - Defining an MV/LV Protection, Automation, and Control system based on 5G network
  • C1 - A probabilistic approach to stability analysis for boundary transfer capability assessment
  • C2 - Inertia Measurements in the GB Power System used for Operations and Planning Improvements
  • C3 - Regional sustainability assessment of Energy Systems: Integrating stakeholder perpectives and conditions on a regional scale
  • C4 - Taking advantage of grid-forming BESS behaviour during major outages: contribution to improve the share of renewable energy in French isolated power systems
  • C5 - Beyond Expected Values Evolving Metrics for Resource Adequacy Assessment
  • C6 - Congestion Management in Distribution Systems with Large Presence of Renewable Energy Sources
  • D1 - Development and implementation of transformer condition monitoring models for the interpretation of sensor and SCADA data
  • D2 - DAS Technology: an opportunity to use fibre optics for asset monitoring and security applications in Electric Power Utilities