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Supporting control room operators in highly automated future power networks

Chen, Minjiang and Catterson, Victoria and Syed, Mazheruddin and McArthur, Stephen and Burt, Graeme and Marinelli, Mattia and Prostejovsky, Alexander M. and Heussen, Kai (2017) Supporting control room operators in highly automated future power networks. In: Proceedings of 24th International Conference and Exhibition on Electricity Distribution. IET, Stevenage. (In Press)

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Abstract

Operating power systems is an extremely challenging task, not least because power systems have become highly interconnected, as well as the range of network issues that can occur. It is therefore a necessity to develop decision support systems and visualisation that can effectively support the human operators for decision-making in the complex and dynamic environment of future highly automated power system. This paper aims to investigate the decision support functions associated with frequency deviation events for the proposed Web of Cells concept.