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Title: Research on versatile generation method of switching orders for substations
Authors: Su, S
Li, KK
Zeng, XJ
Chen, CQ
Chen, XY
Keywords: Case based learning
Decoupling
Heuristic inference
Knowledge representation
Switching order
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: 中國學術期刊(光盤版)電子雜誌社
Source: 電網技術 (Power system technology), 2004, v. 28, no. 14, p. 15-18+22 How to cite?
Journal: 電網技術 (Power system technology) 
Abstract: After the research for years, the automatic generation method of the switching orders for single substation is gradually matured, but it is still difficult to establish a versatile generation method of switching orders for multi-substations because of the high complexity dimensions of the tasks. Here, it is pointed out that de-coupling the problem of versatile generation for switching order the complexity can be reduced, then the generation of switching orders for multi-substations can be implemented. Storing the heuristic rules of generating the switching orders for different voltage sides (load side or receiving side), different busbar connection diagram and different switching tasks by database of cases, after the versatile switching order problem is de-coupled the switching orders of special operation for special bus type at special voltage class can be generated by the inference rules of switching order stored in each case database. Using the case database established for 13 substations that belong to a certain power bureau, the versatile switching orders for 39 substation in 110kV and higher power networks are generated by the versatile switching order generation system developed by the given method.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/9182
ISSN: 1000-3673
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