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IEEE Power & Energy Society

Online Tutorial

Smart Distribution: DA/DMS Systems and ADMS Integration with DERs and Microgrids

Session 4: Advanced Analytical Applications in DA/DMS
 

April 24, 2019 10- 11:20 AM ET

 

 

   
 
 
 

IEEE Power & Energy Society Web-Based Tutorial

Smart Distribution: DA/DMS Systems and ADMS Integration with DERs and Microgrids 

Session 4 - Advanced Analytical Applications in DA/DMS
 

Presented by: Jiyuan Fan, Ph.D, Chief Engineer,  John D. McDonald, Smart grid Business Development Leader, GE

 
Session prices vary based on IEEE membership. Each session will be available for streaming for 1 year from purchase date. In addition, CEUs/PDHs will be available for purchase. After the presentation date, tutorials and corresponding slides will be available on the IEEE Power & Energy Society Resource Center’s ->Education tab.​
 

Tutorial Overview:

This course introduces the intuitive concepts, fundamental theories and practical technologies on   distribution   system   modeling,   analysis,   automation    and management,  including  the   core  functionalities   and  real  use  cases  of  the Distribution  Automation  and Management  Systems (DA/DMS) and the advanced applications  in  Smart Distribution,  as well  as the  integration   with  Distributed Energy Resources {DERs) and Microgrids.
 
The  course  will  cover  the  following   break-down   topics:  the  roles  of  Smart Distribution and DA/DMS in Smart Grid and Grid Modernization; overall framework and architecture  of  DA/DMS Systems in Smart Distribution; Distribution  System modeling for operation analysis,  automation and  management; static and  dynamic data  management, advanced real-time and  analytic  applications in DA/DMS; Advanced  DMS (ADMS) integration with other systems {OMS, AMI, DRM) in Smart Distribution; and  ADMS integration with  DERs and  Microgrids,   including DERs/Microgrids connection/disconnection to/from the  Distribution  Grid.
 
The course also introduces a series of new trends in Smart  Distribution and ADMS Development, including  Energy Storage related technologies, Transportation Electrification, Anti-islanding  solutions, Resilient  Fault Isolation  and Service Restoration approaches without communications, etc.
 
 
This online tutorial will cover the following topics in each session:
 
 
Session 4: Advanced Analytics Applications in DA/DMS Systems - April 24, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET
This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.
 
Upcoming Additional Session
 
Session 5: Future Developments, ADMS/DER/MG Integration - May 1, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET
This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.
 
Previous Sessions
 
Session 1: Introduction of DA/DMS - March 1, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET
This session will discuss the roles of DA/DMS in Smart Grid, Standards/regulations in Smart  Distribution, Overview  of distribution systems, substations, feeders, SA, FA, Framework of a DA/DMS and communication system; advanced DMS applications

Session 2: Distribution System Modeling for DA/DMS - March 6, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET
This session will be an overview of Overview of Distribution System Models, Individual component models (voltage sources),  transformers and voltage, Regulators, switch devices, feeder lines, capacitor  banks, distribution, generator and big motors, load models, general consumer loads), lEOs and protection  devices, static and dynamic data models, etc.
 
Session 3: Advanced Real Time Application in DA/DMS -  April 22, 2019 10-11:20 AM ET 
This discussion will include Topology Processing, Dispatcher Load Flow, Distribution State  Estimation, Fault Detection,Isolation and service Restoration (FDIR), Integrated Voltage/ Var Control {IVVC), ADMS integration with Adjacent Systems·Integration with OMS, Integration with DRMs, Integration with AMI. 
 
 
 
 
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
 
 
   Jiyuan Fan,PhD.,IEEE PES Fellow, is the Chief Engineer & Chief System Architect  with Southern States LLC, Automation & Sensor Division;Senior Member of IEEE PES. Jiyuan has 38 years of experience in the Electric Transmission and Distribution  industry. He received his BS  degree from  Taiyuan University  of Technology, Taiyuan, China, MS degree  from  Chinese EPRI, Beijing, China and PhD's degree from  Clarkson University, New York, USA, and worked  as a Post Doctoriat  Research Associate at Texas A&M University. Since then,he has worked  in the Power System Automation area,including Smart  Grid Solutions,  Grid  Automation and  Anafytics, T&O  Automation, EMS, OMS, OMS, SA, AMI, SCAOA, lEOs, etc., with  the  companies  of  Advanced Control Systems, Inc., Telvent  Automation, Beijing Sifang Automation. He was with GE Digital Energy as the  Strategic  Planning  Leader  and  Senior  System Engineer  on Smart  Grid  Solutions from  2008  to  2014.  He is currently with  Southern  States  LLC responsible   for  Grid Automation, Advanced  Solutions  and Smart  lEOs Development. Jiyuan was the  chief architecture and technical leader  with  ACS in developing/deploying the first  full  scale of OMS system in the  industry  in 1999-2002  and with  Beijing  Sifang in developing a generic Power Automation Platform for implementation and integration of OMS, EMS, SA, SCADA, etc., in 2003-2006. Jiyuan has published more than 30 technical papers and taught  tutorial courses on Distribution Automation and Management systems in IEEE PES and OistribuTech conferences in the last seven years.
 
 
 
 
    John McDonald, P.E., IEEE PES Fellow, is Smart Grid Business Development Leader for GE Power's Grid Solutions business. John has 4S years of experience in the electric utility transmission and distribution industry. John received his BSEE and MSEE (Power Engineering) degrees from Purdue University, and an MBA (Finance) degree from the University of California-Berkeley. John is a Life Fellow of IEEE, and was awarded the IEEE Millennium Medal, the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Excellence in Power Distribution Engineering Award, the IEEE PES Substations Committee Distinguished Service Award, and the IEEE PES Meritorious Service Award. John is Past President of the IEEE PES, a member of the IEEE Global Public Policy Committee, and the Past Chair of the IEEE PES Substations Committee. John was the IEEE Division VII Director and on the IEEE Board of Directors. John was on the Board of Governors of the IEEE-SA (Standards Association), focusing on long term IEEE Smart Grid standards strategy. John received the 2009 Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award from Purdue University. John teaches a Smart Grid course at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a Smart Grid course forGE, and substation automation, distribution SCADA and communications courses for various IEEE PES local chapters as an IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer. John has published one hundred papers and articles in the areas of SCADA, SCADA/EMS, SCADA/DMS and communications, and has co-authored five books.
 
 
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