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Voltage Measurement Accuracy Assessment System for Distribution Equipment of Smart Distribution Network
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 Title & Authors
Voltage Measurement Accuracy Assessment System for Distribution Equipment of Smart Distribution Network
Cho, Jintae; Kwon, Seong-chul; Kim, Jae-Han; Won, Jong-Nam; Cho, Seong-Soo; Kim, Juyong;
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 Abstract
A new system for evaluating the voltage management errors of distribution equipment is presented in this paper. The main concept of the new system is to use real distribution live-line voltage to evaluate and correct the voltage measurement data from distribution equipment. This new approach is suitable for a new Distribution Management System (DMS) which has been developed for a distribution power system due to the connection of distributed generation growth. The data from distribution equipment that is installed at distribution lines must be accurate for the performance of the DMS. The proposed system is expected to provide a solution for voltage measurement accuracy assessment for the reliable and efficient operation of the DMS. An experimental study on actual distribution equipment verifies that this voltage measurement accuracy assessment system can assess and calibrate the voltage measurement data from distribution equipment installed at the distribution line.
 Keywords
Voltage measurement;Distribution equipment;Field test;Performance assessment;
 Language
English
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