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Object Modeling of Data and DataSets in the International Standard IEC 61850

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3 Author(s)
Ozansoy, C.R. ; Sch. of Electr. Eng., Victoria Univ., Melbourne, VIC ; Zayegh, A. ; Kalam, A.

In the past decade, new communication schemes have been designed and retrofitted into substations by utilities to integrate data from relays and intelligent electronic devices (IEDs). The idea of standardizing the language of communication between IEDs has evolved as the key for the advancement of connectivity and interoperability within a SA system. The most important outcome of this standardization process has been the IEC 61850 standard. IEC 61850 is an abstract application layer protocol aimed at providing interoperability between a variety of substation and feeder devices by describing how devices are to communicate in a substation as well as the related system requirements. In this paper, the authors describe the standard's application-view model and present the use of OO methodology and techniques for the modelling and implementation of the data and dataset application-view object models of the standard. The target audience for this paper includes anyone interested in getting an overview of the IEC 61850 international standard, and understanding how the object-oriented models proposed in the standard standardize the data found in IEDs and the communication of this date between substation devices.

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 3 )