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The controlling functions in the SCADA/EMS system are increasing with the expansion of the power system network as the demand for power increasing. It is difficult to control the functions with the centralized system and rely on a single vendor. Current technologies employ distributed systems that are open (i.e. vendor independent solution) to control the SCADA/EMS functions. With open systems utilities, it tends to incrementally upgrade rather than completely replace the EMS systems. Various open distributed architectures have been proposed to shoulder the SCADA/EMS functions. This paper introduces the concept of open system and examines one of the distributed hardware configurations for open EMS. The proposed work modeled the above contingency analysis procedure for a case study of 6 bus, 11 line network, which was done by a dedicated application server on the pre-specified port.
TENCON 2003. Conference on Convergent Technologies for the Asia-Pacific Region (Volume:3 )
Date of Conference: 15-17 Oct. 2003