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A Study on the Design of the Operator Training Simulator for Power Monitor and Control System in the Railway System
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Design of the Operator Training Simulator for Power Monitor and Control System in the Railway System
Cho, Yoon-Sung;
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 Abstract
This paper describes the design methodology of the operator training simulator for power monitor and control system in the railway system. In power system, the purpose of energy management system was to monitor, control, and analyze the performance of generation and transmission system based on H/W and S/W. Network analysis applications provide a clear picture of power system characteristics using state estimation, power flow and short circuit analysis. In this respect, the operator training system in the railway system should be equipped with the methodology of these systems. First, the proposed database structure in the railway system was introduced. Then the overall structure of operator training system based on railway analysis applications was proposed. Finally, a methodology to verify the performance of the developed applications was described.
 Keywords
EMS;Railway system;Power flow;Operator training simulator;
 Language
Korean
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