Presented by: Jens Schoene and Muhammad Humayun
Part 1 in 2 Part Series: Leveraging Sensors for Greater Situational Awareness
To provide a real world example of a problem solution approach for improving Distribution System State Estimation (DSSE) for ADMS applications.
- Current status of DSSE
- Limitations of current modeling schemes
- Identification of improvements that can be achieved by properly locating sensors and defining the key data acquisition requirements
- Development of a Sensor Strategy Plan
- Understanding the limitations of current approaches
- How to define requirements for sensors including optimal location, type and information requirements
- Creating of a standard approach for sensor deployment.
Solution Architects; Distribution Operations; System Planners
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jens Schoene is the Director of Research Studies at EnerNex. In his capacity as a director, Jens has led and participated in a large variety of projects utilizing his power systems modeling expertise stemming from decades of experience with steady-state, quasi-static time-series, dynamic, and transient studies. He is the Chair and Vice Chair of the IEEE PES 'Distribution System State Estimation' Task Force and Working Group, respectively, and Vice Chair of the ‘Lightning Performance of Overhead Lines’ Working Group. Jens is the main-/co-author of over 40 peer-reviewed papers and conference proceedings.
Muhammad Humayun, Ph.D., is a Senior Consultant at EnerNex and has been with the Power Systems Group since August 2016. He has over ten years of project experience in several countries involving broad topics including renewable integration; distribution system planning, operation, and control; reliability studies, load flow calculations, short circuit analysis, and contingency analysis. He has authored and co-authored over 25 peer-reviewed articles and a book chapter.
Tags & Topics for This Webinar:
DSSE; ADMS; Modeling; AMI; Field Devices; Sensor Strategy Plan
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