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Addressing the challenge of data interoperability for off-line analysis of distribution networks in the Smart Grid

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5 Author(s)
McMorran, A.W. ; Open Grid Syst. Ltd., Glasgow, UK ; Stewart, E.M. ; Shand, C.M. ; Rudd, S.E.
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As utilities move towards a more intelligent, autonomous distribution network with increased penetration of distributed generation there is a requirement for utilities and consultancies to analyze how these changes will affect network operation and performance under varying conditions. This requires a large amount of data and results to be moved on a frequent communications basis between applications from a number of different vendors, all of whom use their own proprietary data formats. This paper will discuss how these challenges are impacting off-line analysis of complex networks and how open standards can enable companies to efficiently share and exchange network models between incompatible applications.

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Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition (T&D), 2012 IEEE PES

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7-10 May 2012