One of the main features of a future smart grid implementation is the reliable and efficient operation of the power system through better monitoring and control solutions. In these attempts, the contemporary Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system is in a transient period, evolving into a Wide Area Monitoring and Control (WAMC) system. The main feature of this evolutionary system is the incorporation of methodologies that rely on the Synchronized Measurement Technology (SMT) that provides a more accurate visualization of the power system operating condition. Among these methodologies, the state estimator is the original application of the SMT.
On the Measurement Chain in Hybrid State Estimation
Posted: 14 Jul 2014
Elias Kyriakides and Markos Asprou
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