The Research and Development of Integrated Operation-Maintenance Simulation Training System


With deep development of state grid’s system of "Three Sets of Five [1]", China is in urgent need of establishing an appropriate type of simulation system to rapidly improve operation efficiency and the level of maintainers, which aim at the integrated operation of substation operation and maintenance service. This article gives an introduction of a simulation training system which is designed for operation-skills training in electrical systems. By the composition of the multiple subjects and skills training for operations staff, this system can provide human guarantee and intellectual support for the "Big-Centralized Overhal".

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Gao, F. , Zhang, X. and Zhao, L. (2014) The Research and Development of Integrated Operation-Maintenance Simulation Training System. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 470-476. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.24063.

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