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A Study on the Prioritization of Sectional Switchgear Replacement for Intelligent Distribution Automation in Distribution System
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A Study on the Prioritization of Sectional Switchgear Replacement for Intelligent Distribution Automation in Distribution System
Sung, In-Je; Chai, Hui-Seok; Moon, Jong-Fil; Seo, In-Yong; Kim, Jae-Chul;
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 Abstract
Intelligent distribution automation system includes operating a switchgear of distribution system remotely when switchgear are not available to operate quickly. This system makes it possible to reduce the interrupt time. It also aims to improve the reliability of customers. Currently, Intelligent distribution automation improves the reliability by replacing manual switchgear, which is installed as sectional switchgear. However the prioritization of the replacement for the switchgear is required for its intellectualization. Many studies have been conducted related with prioritization of switchgear replacement. But it is difficult to interpret and apply to the power distribution system. That is because most of the studies just considers customer numbers for prioritizing the replacement. In this paper presents an algorithm to determine the intelligent swichgear replacement priority considering customer number, load quantity and interruption cost. Further, this algorithm is verified by using system reliability index.
 Keywords
Switchgear;Intelligent Distribution;Automation;Prioritization;Reliability;
 Language
Korean
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