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Design and Application of Optimization Software for Substation Operation Mode Based on EMS

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Nannan Gao, Jinxin Huang, Hongbo Li


State Grid of China Technology College, Jinan, China..


This paper proposes a kind of optimization software for substation operation mode, which can not only read data on-line from EMS, but also calculate total loss of substations in parallel operation, split operation or individual operation mode. It can also select the most optimized way and feed the conclusion back to EMS to make substations operate in the most optimized way. The software is suitable for optimization of substation in rural power grid.


Optimization; Substation Operation Mode; On-line; Closed Loop

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N. Gao, J. Huang and H. Li, "Design and Application of Optimization Software for Substation Operation Mode Based on EMS," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 689-692. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B133.

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