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SEMINAR

Title:
IEC 61850 and its Role in a Smart Grid

Presenter:
Dr. Alexander Apostolov

Organise
d by the Centre for Substation Automation and Energy Management Systems

Submitted

for ECSA
Accreditation


Dates:
Wednesday

19
th


till

Friday

2
1
st


September 20
1
2



days can be individually registered for


Venue:
Senate Chamber
,
Administration

Building
,



Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Bellville Campus)


Symphony Way, Bellville, Cape Town


INTRODUCTION

The International standard for substation automation systems IEC61850 defines the communication between devices in
the subs
tations and determines the related systems requirements. It supports both substation automation functions and
their engineering.
The technical approach applied to development of IEC61850 makes it flexible and future proof.


There are many substation automa
tion protocols worldwide but IEC61850 is the only one that supports systems based on
multi
-
vendor Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) networked together to provide protection, monitoring, automation,
metering, and control functions.
The interoperability
of equipment and systems is ensured by providing compatibility
between interfaces, protocols and data models.


Capability to share data and control command
s

between multiple IEDs results in new distribution protection, control, and
automation function
s
.



The
IEC 61850
standard
has substantially

been

developed for
use within
substations
,

but is
now being
seen as a key
standard for
use out of, and between substations, and also for use in other domains.
The use of IEC 61850 for wide
-
area
communication is alre
ady discussed in Edition 2 in the context of communication between substations
.


Very important application

of
the
IEC61850 standard is for
implementing Smart Grid norms through substation
automation.
In
seeking to
achiev
e

Smart Grid

deployment
,

seamless data communication and information exchange is a
must. Such a challenging task is
most likely
only possible through industry
-
wide standardization
.
As outlined by the
National Institute of Standard
s and Technology (NIST)

(USA)

Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability
standards, one of the key standards for Smart Grid deployment is the IEC
-
61850.


The Seminar

“IEC 61850

and its Role in a Smart Grid
” extends the

knowledge
-
base

acquired d
uring the 2009 seminar

IEC 61850 Fundamentals, Applications and Benefits”
, the

2010
seminar

IEC61850 Developments and Applications”
,
the 20
11

seminar “
IEC 61850
-
Edition 2 and its Impact”, and the
June 2012 seminar “Introduction to IEC 61850:
Fundamentals
, Applications and Benefits


by emphasising the
role of IEC61850 in the Smart grid giving definition of the
Smart grid
and discussing its important features as
Communications Interface, Common Data Formats, Protection and
Control Applications in Distributi
on and Transmission Systems, Integration of Distributed Energy Resources,
Engineering methods, Testing
,

and the
Process of S
tandartisation.
The third day of the seminar
is dedicated
to practical

demonstration
s presented by some specialists in the field of
Substation Automation.


A vendors


exhibition will be provided during the days of the seminar

.
……………………………………………………………………..



PROGRAMME:


Day One
:

Wednesday

19

September

201
2, 08:30
-

16:50

08:00
-
08:30

Registration

08:30
-
09:
5
0

Lecture 1:
What is the Smart

Grid?

09:50
-
11:10

Lecture 2:

Effective or Efficient


what do we want?

11:
1
0
-
11:
35

Tea


Senate Chamber

11:
35
-
12:
50

Lecture 3:
Communications Interface Requirements for the Smart Grid

12:
50
-
13
:
0
0
Group Picture



Venue:
F
ront of the
Admin

buildin
g

13:00
-
13:40

Lunch
-

Senate Chamber

1
3
:
40
-
1
5
:
00

Lecture 4:
Common Data Formats for a Smart Grid

1
5
:
0
0
-
1
5
:
25

Tea
-

Senate Chamber

15:25
-
16:45

Lecture 5:

Protection and Control Applications in Distribution Systems




Day two
:


Thursday

2
0

September

201
2 08:30


16:45

0
8
:
3
0
-
09
:
5
0

Lecture 6:
Protection and Control Applications in Transmission Systems

09:5
0
-
1
1
:
10

Lecture 7:
Integration of Distributed Energy Resources

11:
1
0
-
11:
35

Tea
-

Senate Chamber

11:
35
-
12:
5
5 Lectur
e 8:
Engineering the Smart Grid

12:
5
5
-
13:
40

Lunch

-

Senate Chamber

1
3
:
40
-
1
5
:
00

Lecture 9:

Testing of Smart Grid Functions, Devices and Applications

1
5
:
0
0
-
1
5
:
2
5
Tea

-

Senate Chamber

1
5
:
2
5
-
1
6
:
4
5
Lecture 10:
Standardization process


Day Three:



F
riday

2
1

September 201
2
,
09:00
-
15:45,
Electrical Engineering, Goldfield building



F
or the third day
, f
our d
emonstration
s

(each in a different venue),
will be organised.



The f
our demonstrations will be done in parallel

in a given session
.



Sessions will be
repeated
four

times during the course of the day


up till early afternoon.


Demonstration topics and presenters:

1.

B. Rigby
-

E
talumiSe (Pty) Ltd

/ RTPSSC, DUT




Hardware
-
In
-
Loop Testing of IEC61850 Relays Using A Real
-
Time Digital Simulator


2.

P. Diamandis


Quadnet



Sampled Values presentation and demonstration



GOOSE simulation for factory testing
.

T
roubleshooting GOOSE


3.

A. Makadam

-

City of Cape Town




Using IEC61850 Sampled Value Protection



J. Hector


Eskom Distribution
,
Western Region



Building a sm
arter grid through engineering data and remote access


Session times:

0
8
:
3
0


1
0
:
0
0


Demonstrations

in parallel

1
0
:
0
0


11:
3
0

Demonstrations
in parallel

11:30


11:
5
0

Tea



Venue:
Conference room
,

Electrical Engineering, Gold
field building

11:
5
0



1
3
:
2
0

Demonstrations

in parallel

1
3
:
2
0


13:
50


Lunch



Venue:
Conference room,

Electrical Engineering, Goldfield building

13:
50



1
5
:
20


Demonstrations

in parallel

1
5:20



15:
40




Tea



Venue:
Conference room,

Electrical Engineering, Goldfield building

15:
40



1
6
:
1
5


Discussions
and closing

of
the
seminar



Venue:
Conference room,



Electrical Engineering,

Goldfield buildi
ng


………….…………………………………………………………………


CONTACT DETAILS for ENQUIRIES:

Miss P.Panda, Phone 021 953 8454,
Fax: 021 9
596117,
Email:
phaphama.panda22@gmail.com

Prof. R. Tzoneva, Phone 021 9
59 6459, Email:
tzonevar@cput.ac.za

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS OF
THE
SEMINAR PRESENTER



Dr. Alexander Apostolov

received MS degree in Electrical Engineering, MS in Applied Mathematics and Ph.D.
from the Technical University in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has worked
for fourteen years in the Protection & Control
Section of Energoproject Research and Design Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria.

From 1990
-
94 he was Lead Engineer in the Protection Engineering Group, New York State Electric & Gas where
he worked on the protection
of the six
-
phase line, application of microprocessor relays, programmable logic and
artificial intelligence in protection. 1994
-
95 he was Manager of Relay Applications Engineering at Rochester
-

Integrated Systems Division. 1995
-
96 he was Principal Enginee
r at Tasnet. 1996
-
2006 he was

Principal
Engineer for AREVA T&D Automation.

He is presently Principal Engineer for OMICRON electronics in Los Angeles, CA.

He is IEEE Fellow and Member of the Power Systems Relaying Committee and Substations C0
Subcommittee.

He is the past Chairman of the Relay Communications Subcommittee, serves on multiple
IEEE PES Working Groups and is Chairman of Working Group C9: Guide for Abnormal Frequency Load
Shedding and Restoration.

He has been actively involved for more than 10 y
ears in the development of UCA 2 and IEC 61850. He is
member of IEC TC57 Working Groups 10, 17, 18 and. He is Chairman of the Technical Publications
Subcommittee of the UCA International Users Group.

He is member of CIGRE and works on CIGRE WG B5.07, B5.09

and B5.36. He is Convener of WG B5.
13

Acceptable Functional Integration and B5.27 Standard Protection Schemes.

He holds
four

patents and has authored and presented more than 300 technical papers.

Dr. Apostolov is also the Editor
-
in
-
Chief of the PAC World
magazine


the global forum of the protection,
automation and control industry.

He is also Adjunct Professor at the
Department of Electrical Engineering, Cape
Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa.




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