Monday June 27

Tuesday June 28
A-Tu-I Energy bidding B-Tu-I Power quality (I) C-Tu-I Power system dynamic, stability and control (I) D-Tu-I Fault detection and analysis E-Tu-I Panel Session Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids P-Tu-I Poster Session (I) A-Tu-II Transmission planning B-Tu-II Power quality (II) C-Tu-II Power system dynamic, stability and control (II) D-Tu-II Power system protection (I) E-Tu-II Panel Session Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids P-Tu-II Poster Session (I) A-Tu-III Generation planning B-Tu-III Harmonics (I) C-Tu-III Emergency and prevention control D-Tu-III Power system protection (II) E-Tu-III Panel Session Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids and Developments in Distributed Electrical Power Generation in Compliance With the Kyoto Protocol P-Tu-III Poster Session (II)

Wednesday June 29
A-We-I Distribution network (I) B-We-I Voltage dips C-We-I Power system transient stability enhancement D-We-I Storage devices E-We-I Panel Session Large Disturbances and Emergency Control P-We-I Poster Session (III) A-We-II Distribution network (II) B-We-II Artificial Intelligence application to Power System (I) C-We-II Voltage Stability D-We-II Wind Power (I) E-We-II Panel Session Large Disturbances and Emergency Control P-We-II Poster Session (III)

Thursday June 30
A-Th-I Heuristic methods application to Power System B-Th-I Power system insulation (I) C-Th-I FACTS D-Th-I Distributed generation (I) E-Th-I Relay protection P-Th-I Poster Session (V)

9.00

Opening Ceremony. Plenary session

10.40
A-Mo-II Planning and operation of power systems (I) B-Mo-II Electromagnetic compatibility (I) C-Mo-II Reliability D-Mo-II Power system measurements and state estimation E-Mo-II Photovoltaic system

Coffee Break
A-Th-II SCADA B-Th-II Power system insulation (II) C-Th-II Impact of FACTS on Power System Dynamics D-Th-II Distributed generation (II) E-Th-II Power electronics P-Th-II Poster Session (V)

11.00

13.00
A-Mo-III Planning and operation of power systems (II) B-Mo-III Electromagnetic compatibility (II) C-Mo-III Voltage converters D-Mo-III Artificial Intelligence application to power system protection E-Mo-III

Lunch
A-We-III Restructuring of the electricity industry B-We-III Artificial Intelligence application to Power System (II) C-We-III Generators excitation control D-We-III Wind Power (II) E-We-III Electromagnetic transients P-We-III Poster Session (IV)

14.00

Plenary session Closing Ceremony

15.40
A-Mo-IV Power System modeling B-Mo-IV Panel Session Transmission Expansion in the Competitive Environment C-Mo-IV Diagnostics D-Mo-IV R8 Chapter Chairs Meeting E-Mo-IV

Coffee Break
A-Tu-IV Power flow optimization B-Tu-IV Harmonics (II) C-Tu-IV Cascading emergencies and blackouts D-Tu-IV System services in deregulated markets E-Tu-IV Panel Session Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids and Developments in Distributed Electrical Power Generation in Compliance With the Kyoto Protocol P-Tu-IV Poster Session (II) Boat Trip by the Neva River A-We-IV Electricity markets B-We-IV Lightning C-We-IV Power system transient stability analysis D-We-IV Renewable energy sources E-We-IV Prof. Contaxis’ Memorial P-We-IV Poster Session (IV)

16.00

19.00

Banquet

Preliminary Technical Program
A-Mo-II
Chair:

Planning and operation of power systems (I)
Monday, June 27 11:00 - 13:00

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Generation of Multivariate Scenario Trees to Model Stochasticity in Power Management

Heitsch Holger (Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany); Römisch Werner (Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany);

oral 144

A Stochastic Unit Commitment Model for a Local CHP Plant

Ravn Hans F. (RAM-lose edb, Denmark); Riisom Jannik (Kobenhavns Energi, Denmark); Schaumburg-Müller Camilla (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark);

oral 459

Reactive Power Compensation for Restoring Power Flow Solvability in Severe Contingencies

Seo Sangsoo (Korea University, Korea (South)); Lee Byongjun (Korea University, Korea (South)); Song Hwachang (Kunsan National University, Korea (South)); Kim Tae-Kyun (Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Korea (South)); Lee Baekseok (Korea Electric Power Corporation, Korea (South));

oral 550

Evaluation of Reinforcement Measures to Eliminate Congestion in the UCTE System

Li Feng (Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics, Germany); Haubrich H.-J. (Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics, Germany);

oral 588

A Topological Error Identification Method Directly Based on Collinearity Tests

Lourenco Elizete Maria (Federal University of Parana, Brazil); Simoes Costa Antonio (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil); Clements Kevin (Wprcester Polytechnic Institute, United States); Cernev Rafael (Federal University of Parana, Brazil);

oral 624

Coordination of the Hierarchical Voltage Control with the Reactive Power Economic Compensation

Berizzi Alberto (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Bovo Cristian (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Delfanti Maurizio (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Dell'Olio Giuseppe (GRTN SpA, Italy); Merlo Marco (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Pozzi Massimo (CESI SpA, Italy);

B-Mo-II
Chair:

Electromagnetic compatibility (I)
Monday, June 27 11:00 - 13:00

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The Evaluation of the Effects of the Voltage Amplitude Modulations on Induction Motors

Bucci Giovanni (Universitа di L'Aquila, Italy); Fiorucci Edoardo (Universitа di L'Aquila, Italy); Ometto Antonio (Universitа di L'Aquila, Italy); Rotondale Nicola (Universitа di L'Aquila, Italy);

oral 5 9

Limits Applied to Electromagnetic Noise Emission Measurements Near FACTS Devices

Olsen Robert (Washington State University, United States); Ramie Jerry (ARC Technical Resources, United States); Cramer Brian (EPRI, United States); Silva Michael (EPRI, United States); Sebo Stephen (The Ohio State University, United States); Xu Longya (The Ohio State University, United States); Liu Xin (The Ohio State University, United States); Klinect David (American Electric Power Service Corp., United States); Nichols David (American Electric Power Service Corp., United States);

oral 6 9

Electromagnetic Noise Emission Measurements Near the Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) Device at the Sullivan (TVA) Station

Klinect David (American Electric Power Service Corp., United States); Nichols David (American Electric Power Service Corp., United States); Sebo Stephen (The Ohio State University, United States); Xu Longya (The Ohio State University, United States); Liu Xin (The Ohio State University, United States); Cramer Brian (EPRI, United States); Silva Michael (EPRI, United States); Olsen Robert (Washington State University, United States); Ramie Jerry (ARC Technical Resources, United States);

oral 201
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Modelling of a voltage transformer for transients
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Imris Peter (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Lehtonen Matti (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland);

oral 255

Line Segment Pole Functions in the MMP Method Applied to Shielded Cables

Huijer Ernst (American University of Beirut, Lebanon); Karaki Sami (American University of Beirut, Lebanon); Malkoun Joseph (McGill University, Canada);

oral 345

Grounding System Modeling in EMTP/ATP based on its Frequency Response

Vargas Mauricio (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Rondon Daniel (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Herrera Javier (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Montana Johny (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Torres Horacio (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Duarte Oscar (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Jimenez Diana (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Camargo Martha (National University of Colombia, Colombia);

C-Mo-II
Chair:

Reliability
Monday, June 27 11:00 - 13:00

oral 6 8

Comparison between Different Types of EHV and UHV Transmission Systems Taking Account of Their Forced Outages

Samorodov German (Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering, Russian Federation); Krasilnikova Tatyana (Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering, Russian Federation); Yatsenko Roman (Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering, Russian Federation); Zilberman Samuil (Federal Grid Company United Energy System, Russian Federation);

oral 204

Estimation of disconnector contact condition for modelling the effect of maintenance and ageing

Lindquist Tommie (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden); Bertling Lina (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden); Eriksson Roland (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden);

oral 225

Impact of Fault Level Constraints on the Economic Operation of Power Systems

Vovos Panagis (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Bialek Janusz (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom);

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A Probabilistic Approach to Life Cycle Management Reliability of Distribution Networks with Microgrids Model Group of Controlled Installation for Melting Ice on Transmission Line Conductors

Anders George J. (Kinectrics, Inc., Canada); Endrenyi Janos (John) (Kinectrics, Inc., Canada);

Costa P. Moises (Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal); Matos Manuel (INESC Porto, Portugal);

Baliberdin Leonid (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Kozlova Maria (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Shershnev Yury (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

D-Mo-II
Chair:

Power system measurements and state estimation
Monday, June 27 11:00 - 13:00

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Development Trends in Medium- and High Voltage Technologies for Measuring Systems Filters and Bushings Test Equations for Validation of Critical Measurements And Critical Sets at Power System State Estimation

Minkner Ruthard (Trench Switzerland AG, Switzerland);

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Gamm Alexander (Energy System Institute, Russian Federation); Kolosok Irina (Energy System Institute, Russian Federation); Glazunova Anna (Energy System Institute, Russian Federation);

oral 247

Constrained Power System State Estimation on Recurrent Neural Networks

Khokhlov Michael (Institute for Social, Economic and Energy Problems of the North of Komi Science Center of Ural Divis, Russian Federation);
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oral 494

Measurement and control system architecture for electrical energy demand side management

Capozza Antonio (CESI, Italy); D'Apice Biagio (Second University of Naples, Italy); Gallo Daniele (Second University of Naples, Italy); Landi Carmine (Second University of Naples, Italy); Mauri Giuseppe (CESI, Italy); Rignano Nicola (Second University of Naples, Italy);

oral 618

Fault Location in Three-terminal Line with Use of Limited Measurements

Izykowski Jan (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Molag Rafal (Power Energy Concern EnergiaPro, Poland); Rosolowski Eugeniusz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Saha Murari (ABB, Sweden);

oral 666

Continuous Damping Measurement for Power System Analysis

Wilson Douglas (Psymetrix Limited, United Kingdom);

E-Mo-II
Chair:

Photovoltaic system
Monday, June 27 11:00 - 13:00

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Optimal Operation of Photovoltaic/Utility Grid Interconnected Electrical Power System Using Neural NetworkOptimal Operation of Photovoltaic/Utility Grid Interconnected Electrical Power System Using Neural Network Characterisation and Assessment of the Harmonic Emission of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Systems

El-Tamaly Hassan Hussein (Elminia University, Egypt); Mohamed Adel A. Elbaset (Elminia University, Egypt);

oral 6 6

Chicco Gianfranco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Schlabbach Jürgen (University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Spertino Filippo (Politecnico di Torino, Italy);

oral 117

Design and Implementation of a Maximum Power Point Tracking Battery Charging System for Photovoltaic Applications

Liu Yi-Hwa (Chang Gung University, Taiwan); Leou Rong-Ceng (Cheng Hsiu University, Taiwan); Cheng JengShiung (Chang Gung University, Taiwan);

oral 206

Modeling and Simulation of a Single-phase Residential Photovoltaic System

Theocharis Andreas (University of Patras, Greece); Menti Anthoula (University of Patras, Greece); Milias-Argitis John (University of Patras, Greece); Zacharias Thomas (University of Patras, Greece);

oral 328 oral 536

Determination of Photovoltaic Effective Capacity on Local Power Grid Hybrid Photovoltaic-Fuel Cell Power Plant

Baghzouz Yahia (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States);

Paska Józef (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland); Biczel Piotr (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland);

A-Mo-III
Chair:

Planning and operation of power systems (II)
Monday, June 27 14:00 - 15:40

oral 326

Cost Evaluation of Congestions for Wheeling Charge under Voltage Stability Constraints

Li Rui (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan); Chen Luonan (Osaka Sangyo University, Japan); Yokoyama Ryuichi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan); Minakawa Tamotsu (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan);

oral 522

A New Methodology for Power Systems Flexibility Evaluation

Capasso Alfonso (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Falvo Maria Carmen (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Lamedica Regina (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Lauria Stefano (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Scalcino Sergio (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy);

oral 556

Mean-Risk Optimization of Electricity Portfolios Using Multiperiod Polyhedral Risk Measures

Eichhorn Andreas (Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany); Römisch Werner (Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany); Wegner Isabel (Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany);
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Performance of a TCSC for Congestion Relief A probabilistic approach to set operating reserve margins in a multi-area electric power system

Schaffner Christian (ETH Zurich, Switzerland); Andersson Göran (ETH Zurich, Switzerland);

Pelacchi Paolo (University of Pisa - Italy, Italy); Poli Davide (University of Pisa - Italy, Italy); Baffa Scirocco Temistocle (GRTN, Italy); Fiorino Edoardo (GRTN, Italy);

B-Mo-III
Chair:

Electromagnetic compatibility (II)
Monday, June 27 14:00 - 15:40

oral 352

General Description and Assessment of Magnetic Field Distributions Caused by Switchgear Installations Electromagnetic Compatibility of Underwater Cable Lines of Various Designs With Ichthyofauna

Jaekel Bernd (Siemens AG, Automation and Drives, Germany);

oral 373

Kadomskaya K.P. (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation); Kandakov S.A. (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation); Lavrov Yu.A. (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation);

oral 654

Lightning-Induced Overvoltages Transferred from Medium-Voltage to Low-Voltage Networks

Borghetti Alberto (University of Bologna, Italy, Italy); Morched Atef S. (CYME International T&D, Canada, Canada); Napolitano Fabio (University of Bologna, Italy, Italy); Nucci Carlo Alberto (University of Bologna, Italy, Italy); Paolone Mario (University of Bologna, Italy, Italy);

oral 659

Geomagnetically Induced Currents: The Ultimate Threat to System Security

Pinto Leontina (Engenho, Brazil); Szczupak Jacques (Engenho/PUC-RJ, Brazil); Drummond Marcio (Eletrobras, Brazil); Macedo Luiz (Engenho, Brazil); Muniz Barreto Luiz (Observatório Nacional, Brazil);

oral 683

A Method of a Disturbance Source Localization in a Power System

Korovkin Nikolay (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Balagula Yury (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Adalev Alexei (University of ElectroCommunication, Japan); Nitsch Jurgen (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany);

C-Mo-III
Chair:

Voltage converters
Monday, June 27 14:00 - 15:40

oral 162

Two Approaches for Direct Torque Control Using a Three-Level Voltage Source Inverter

Zaimeddine Rabah (University of Mouloud Mammeri, Tizi Ouzou, BP 97, Agence Frantz Fanon, Boumerdes); Berkouk El.Madjid (Polytechnic National School of Algiers, Algeria);

oral 253

Proton Synchrotron Compensation Using Voltage Source Converter Technology

Jovcic Dragan (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom); Kahle Karsten (CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research, Switzerland);

oral 410

Analysis of the control algorithms of voltage-source converter HVDC

Du Cuiqing (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Sannino Ambra (ABB AB, Sweden); Bollen H.J. (STRI AB, Sweden);

oral 483

Transient Performance of Voltage Source Converter Connected to Grid through LCLFilter under Unbalanced Voltage Conditions

Magueed Fainan (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Svensson Jan (ABB Power Technologies, Sweden); Sannino Ambra (ABB Corporate Research, Sweden);

oral 674

Protection complex for power converters based on turn-off devices

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Gurevich Maria (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Erohin Andrei (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Lobanov Andrei (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Repin Alexei (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Shershnev Yury (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

D-Mo-III
Chair:

Artificial Intelligence application to power system protection
Monday, June 27 14:00 - 15:40

oral 2 3

A Fuzzy Logic- Based Algorithm for Discrimination of Damaged Line During Intermittent Earth Faults

Musierowicz Kazimierz (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Lorenc Jozef (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Marcinkowski Zygmunt (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Kwapisz Andrzej (Poznan University of Technology, Poland);

oral 7 6

A Fuzzy-Logic-Based Fault Recognition Method Using Phase Angles Between Current Symmetrical Components In Automatic DFR Record Analysis Current Transformer Saturation Detection with Genetically Optimized Neural Networks

Podvin Hubert (LEM BE, Belgium);

oral 220

Rebizant Waldemar (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Bejmert Daniel (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland);

oral 458

20 KV POWER DISTRIBUTION GRID PROTECTION: A MULTI-AGENT ARCHITECTURE FOR DECENTRALIZED OPERATION SCHEMES

Labridis Dimitris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Baxevanos Ioannis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece);

oral 530

Power Swing Blocking For Distance Protection Using Fuzzy-Logic

Khorashadi Zadeh Hassan (University of Birjand, Iran);

A-Mo-IV
Chair:

Power system modeling
Monday, June 27 16:00 - 18:00

oral 203

Block Algebraic Problem Solution and its Application in Calculations of Electrical Networks and Systems

Misrikhanov Misrikhan (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation); Ryabchenko Vladimir (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation); Zybin Eugene (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation);

oral 454

Transmission and Ramp Constrained Unit Commitment Using Enhanced Adaptive Lagrangian Relaxation

Ongsakul Weerakorn (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand); Petcharaks Nit (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand);

oral 463 oral 544

Power System Modeling for Multi-Area Regulating Market Simulation Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of Horizontally-Operated Power Systems with a High Wind Energy Penetration

Lindgren Elin (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Söder Lennart (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden);

Papaefthymiou George (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Tsanakas Andreas (Lloyd's of London, United Kingdom); Reza Muhamad (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Schavemaker Pieter (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Van Der Sluis Lou (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands);

oral 621

ARIMA Models in Load Modelling with Clustering Approach

Nazarko Joanicjusz (Bialystok Technical University, Poland); Jurczuk Arkadiusz (Bialystok Technical University, Poland); Zalewski Wojciech (Bialystok Technical University, Poland);

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The Software Complex of Optimal Power Flow Solution for United Power System of Russia in a Terms of Competitive Electricity Market

Ayuyev B.I. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Yerokhin P.M. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Shubin N.G. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Neujmin V.G. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Mashalov E.V. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation);

B-Mo-IV

Panel Session. Transmission Expansion in the Competitive Environment
Monday, June 27 16:00 - 18:00

Chair: Gross G.

panel3 713 panel3 714 panel3 715

Transmission investments at RTE in the present market environment : some key points. Transmission Expansion under Market Conditions: The Chilean Experience Transmission Planning in Restructured Electric Power Systems

Paul Jean-Philippe (RTE, France);

Araneda Juan (HQI Transelec, Chile); Rios Sebastian (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile);

Wu Felix F (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Zheng Fenglei (South China University of Technology, China); Wen Fushuan (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong);

panel3 716

Alternative Valuation Objectives for Transmission Investment in Deregulated Electricity Markets

Oren Shmuel (University of California at Berkeley, United States); Sauma Enzo (University of California at Berkeley, United States);

panel3 717

Transmission Expansion in the Competitive Environment: the Italian Case

Napoli Roberto (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Bompard Ettore (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Invernizzi Angelo (CESI, Italy);

panel3 718

Transmission Expansion in Competitive Hydrothermal Markets: The Brazilian Case

Pereira Mario V. (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil); Barroso Luiz A. (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil); Thome Luiz M. (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil); Oliveira Gerson (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil); Binato Silvio (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil); Junqueira Max (PSR/Mercados de Energia, Brazil);

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Transmission Planning and Investment in the Competitive Environment

Gross George (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States);

C-Mo-IV
Chair:

Diagnostics
Monday, June 27 16:00 - 18:00

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Diagnostics Using Airborn Survey and Fault Location Systems as the Means to Increase OHTL Reliabiliry (corrected fig.4)

Artsishevsky Ya.L. (MPEI, Russian Federation); Mekhanoshin Boris (OPTEN Limited, Russian Federation); Mekhanoshin, K.B. (OPTEN Limited, Russian Federation); Shkaptsov V.A. (OPTEN Limited, Russian Federation); Amano, K. (Fujicura Ltd, Japan); Tada H. (Fujicura Ltd, Japan);

oral 160

External Diagnosis of Gas Circuit Breaker Contact Wearing

Miyake Katsuyuki (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Japan); Akedani Takehiko (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Japan); Ota Hideki (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Japan); Kumai Toshiya (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Japan); Nakajima Takashi (TMT&D Corporation, Japan); Matsushita Kozo (TMT&D Corporation, Japan); Akazaki Masayuki (TMT&D Corporation, Japan);

oral 294

Acoustic Emission Technique for Detection and Location of Simulated Defects in Power Transformers
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Hebbale Narasimhaiah Nagamani (Central Power Research Institute, Banglore, India); Tangella Bhavani Shanker (Central Power Research Institute, Banglore, India); Vishwanathan Vaidhyanathan (Central Power Research Institute, Banglore, India); Neelakantan S (Central Power Research Institute, Banglore, India);

oral 348

Knowledge Acquisition and Development Optimization as Basis of Precise Diagnostics of Oil-Filled Electrical Equipment DIAGNOSTICS AS INSTRUMENTS OF CONTROL OF THE REPAIR OF ELECTROTECHNICAL

Davidenko I. V. (Urals State Technical University, Russian Federation);

oral 381

Nazarychev Alexander (Petersburg Power Engineering Institute for upgrading managers and specialists (PPEIU), Russian Federation); Savelyev Vitaliy (Ivanovskiy Energetic Institute, Russian Federation); Tadzhibaev Alexey (Petersburg Power Engineering Institute for upgrading managers and specialists (PPEIU), Russian Federation); Andreev Dmitry (Joint Stock Company 'Zarubezhenergoproyekt', Russian Federation); Sergeeva Elena (Petersburg Power Engineering Institute for upgrading managers and specialists (PPEIU), Russian Federation);

oral 424

Flux Signature Analysis: an Alternative Method for the Fault Diagnosis of Induction Machines

Yazidi Amine (University of Picardie - Amiens, France); Henao Humberto (University of Picardie - Amiens, France); Capolino Gerard-Andre (University of Picardie - Amiens, France); Artioli Marcello (University of Bologna, Italy); Filippetti Fiorenzo (University of Bologna, Italy); Casadei Domenico (University of Bologna, Italy);

oral 712

PD Diagnosis on Medium Voltage Cables with Oscillating Voltage (OWTS)

Petzold Frank (SEBA Dynatronic GmbH, Germany); Zakharov Mikhail (SEBA Spektrum, Russian Federation);

A-Tu-I
Chair:

Energy bidding
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 10:40

oral 4 1 oral 2 4

Energy Price Forecasting and Bidding Strategy in the Ontario Power System Market Assessment of Control Energy Bidding by MILP-Based Short-Term Planning of Generation Systems Energy Storage Associated to Wind Farms in a Two-tariff Structure Bidding Tender

Anders George (Kinectrics Inc., Canada); Rodriguez Claudia (Ontario Power Generation, Canada);

Wulff Thilo (University of Wuppertal, Germany); Verstege Johannes (University of Wuppertal, Germany);

oral 114

Chacra Fouad Abou (SUPELEC, France); Bastard Patrick (SUPELEC, France); Fleury Gilles (SUPELEC, France);

oral 313

Strategic bidding of quantities in uniform price day ahead auction - conjectured supply function approach

Bialek Janusz (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Feng Xiaodan (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom);

oral 634

Bidding Strategy Selection in a Day-ahead Electricity Auction System

Borghetti Alberto (Univ. Bologna, Italy); Silvestro Federico (Univ. Genova, Italy); Massucco Stefano (Univ. Genova, Italy); Meini L. (Univ. genova, Italy); Nucci Carlo Alberto (Univ. Bologna, Italy); Paolone Mario (Univ. Bologna, Italy);

B-Tu-I
Chair:

Power quality (I)
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 10:40

oral 6 3

Procedure of Determination of the More Stringent Normal of Power Quality

Patrushev Sergey (Institute of Social Rehabilitation of the Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation);

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A New Algorithm to Find the Optimal Numbers and Locations of Power Quality Monitors
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Won Dong-Jun (University of Washington, United States); Ahn Seon-Ju (Seoul National University, Korea (South)); Chung Il-Yop (Korea University, Korea (South)); Moon Seung-Il (Seoul National University, Korea (South));

oral 260

Power Quality and Compatibility Levels:

Djokic Sasa (university of manchester, United Kingdom); Milanovic Jovica (university of manchester, United Kingdom);

oral 298

Balancing methods of the “3-Phase” Shield Wire Schemes

Iliceto Francesco (University of Rome, Italy); Gatta Fabio Massimo (University of Rome, Italy); Lauria Stefano (University of Rome, Italy); Masato Pietro (University of Rome, Italy);

oral 339

A Static Regulator of Power Quality

Rozanov Yuriy (Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russian Federation); Riabchitskiy Maxim (Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russian Federation); Kvasniuk Anton (Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russian Federation);

C-Tu-I
Chair:

Power system dynamic, stability and control (I)
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 10:40

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Stability Analysis for large Power System Interconnections in Europe

Buchholz Bernd Michael (Siemens AG, Germany); Povh Dusan (Siemens AG, Germany); Retzmann Dietmar (Siemens AG, Germany);

oral 198

Quasi steady-state models for long-term voltage and frequency dynamics simulation

Grenier Marie-Eve (Hydro-Quebec, TransEnergie division, Canada); Lefebvre Daniel (Hydro-Quebec, TransEnergie division, Canada); Van Cutsem Thierry (University of Liege, Belgium);

oral 200

Systems Embedding Approach and its Usage in Actual Power Industry Problems Solution

Misrikhanov Misrikhan (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation); Ryabchenko Vladimir (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation);

oral 276

Mathematical Modelling Park of Constant Speed Wind-Power Plants

Bendikas Tomas (Lithuanian Energy Institute, Lithuania); Nemura Antanas (Lithuanian Energy Institute, Lithuania); Radziukynas Virginijus (Lithuanian Energy Institute, Lithuania);

oral 287

Influences of European Three Minute-Silence on Operation of UCTE Power System

Kuzle Igor (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Mandic N. (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Tesnjak S. (HNOSIT, Croatia (Hrvatska));

D-Tu-I
Chair:

Fault detection and analysis
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 10:40

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Wavelet Transform Approach to High Impedance Fault Detection in MV Networks

Rebizant Waldemar (Wroclaw University of technology, Poland); Michalik Marek (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Lukowicz Miroslaw (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Lee Seung-Jae (Myongji University, Korea (South)); Kang Sang-Hee (Myongji University, Korea (South));

oral 246

Line-to-Ground Fault Location in Compensated Distribution Networks by 3 Parameters Least-Squares Curve Fitting Without Voltage Measurements Statistical Algorithms for Fault Location on Power Transmission Lines

Huang Wan-Ying (SUPELEC, France); Kaczmarek Robert (SUPELEC, France);

oral 401

Bockarjova Marija (ETH Zurich, Riga Technical University, Latvia); Sauhats Antans (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Andersson Göran (ETH Zurich, Switzerland);

oral 423

A New Unsynchronized Two-Terminals Fault Location Method on Series Compensated Lines

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Kizilcay Mustafa (University of Siegen, Germany); La Seta Piergiovanni (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany);

oral 450

A Study of Synchronized Sampling Based Fault Location Algorithm Performance under Power Swing and Out-of-step Conditions

Zhang Nan (Texas A M University, United States); Kezunovic Mladen (Texas A M University, United States);

E-Tu-I

Panel Session. Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 13:00

Chair: Hammons T.

panel2 291

EUROPE: STATUS OF INTEGRATING RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION INTO THE GRIDS

Hammons Tom (Glasgow University, United Kingdom); Sassnick Yvonne (Vattenfall Europe Transmission GmbH, Germany);

panel2 701

The German Experiance of the grid integration of renewable energy sources

Buchholz Bernd Michael (Siemens AG, PTD SE NC, Germany); Sassnick Yvonne (Vattenfall Europe Transmission GmbH, Germany);

panel2 702

Status Of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production In Greece, Prospects And Problems

Hatziargyriou Nikolaos (NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS (NTUA), Greece); Skotinos Iraklis (NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS (NTUA), Greece); Tsikalakis Antonios (NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS (NTUA), Greece);

panel2 703

Options for Large Scale Integration of Wind Power

Tande John Olav (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Uhlen Kjetil (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Gjengedal Terje (Statkraft Energy, Norway);

panel2 690

TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL IMPACTS OF THE INTEGRATION OF WIND POWER IN THE PORTUGUESE SYSTEM HAVING IN MIND THE IBERIAN ELECTRICITY MARKET The Spanish Experience of the grid integration of wind energy sources

Pecas Lopes Joao A. (INESC Porto and FEUP, Portugal);

panel2 704

Rodriguez Juan (Red Electrica de Espana, Spain); Alvira David (Red Electrica de Espana, Spain); Banares Susana (Red Electrica Internacional, Spain);

panel2 705

Analysis of the Integration of Wind Generation into the Irish System

Barry Doireann (ESB National Grid, Ireland); Smith Paul (ESB National Grid, Ireland);

P-Tu-I
Chair:

Poster Session (I)
Tuesday, June 28 9:00 - 13:00

poster 8

Development of the Bulgarian Power Sector at the Conditions of a Functioning Regional Electricity Market

Hristozov Mitju (National Electricity Company, Bulgaria); Kanchovsky Stefan (National Electricity Company, Bulgaria); Kanev Dimcho (National Electricity Company, Bulgaria);

poster 35

Modified Dynamic Programming Method for Reactive Power Compensating Device Allocation

Majstrovic Goran (Energy Institute HRVOJE POZAR, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Bajs Davor (Energy Institute HRVOJE POZAR, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Majstrovic Matislav (Energy Institute HRVOJE POZAR, Croatia (Hrvatska));

poster 38

The research of Local Linear Model of Short term Electrical Load on Multivariate Time Series
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06.05.2005

Lei Shao-Lan (Chongqing University, China); Sun Cai-Xin (Chongqing University, China); Zhou Quan (Chongqing University, China); Zhang Xiao-Xing (Chongqing University, China);

poster 111

Nonlinear Approach for Short-Term Scheduling of a Head-Sensitive Hydro Chain

Catalão João (University of Beira Interior, Portugal); Mariano Silvio (University of Beira Interior, Portugal); Mendes Victor (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Portugal); Ferreira Luis (Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal);

poster 113 poster 137

Multi-layer Feedforward Neural Network-based ATC Estimator Gas Insulated Transmission Lines in Railway Galleries - Part II

Hong Ying-Yi (Chung Yuan University, Taiwan); Hsiao Chien-Yang (Chung Yuan University, Taiwan);

Benato Roberto (Padova University, Italy); Carlini Enrico Maria (GRTN, Italy); Di Mario Claudio (GRTN, Italy); Fellin Lorenzo (Padova University, Italy); Knollseisen Gerald (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Laussegger Markus (Tiroler Regelzone AG, Austria); Muhr Michael (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Worle Hubert (Tiroler Regelzone AG, Austria); Woschitz Rudolf (Graz University of Technology, Austria);

poster 167

Application of Two-dimensional Support Vector Machine in Short-term Load Forecasting

Yang Jingfei (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany); Stenzel Jürgen (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany);

poster 194

Using Risk Analyses in a Multi Criteria Decision Making framework for evaluation of hydropower maintenance projects

Nordgеrd Dag Eirik (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Heggset Jorn (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Daleng Jan (Statkraft SF, Norway);

poster 263

Ripple Control as a Possible Tool for Daily Load Balancing in an Open Electricity Market Environment

Raisz David (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Dan Andras M. (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary);

poster 266

The Impact of Wind Power Stations in the Brazilian Electricity Markets

Nascimento Marcio Henrique (Federal University of Itajuba - UNIFEI, Brazil); Marangon Lima Jose Wanderley (Federal University of Itajuba - UNIFEI, Brazil);

poster 286

The Use of Importance Sampling in Stochastic OPF

Pajic Slobodan (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States); Clements Kevin (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States); Davis Paul (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States);

poster 297

Very long EHV cables and mixed overhead-cable lines. Steady state operation

Gatta Fabio Massimo (Universitа degli Studi di Roma, Italy); Lauria Stefano (Universitа degli Studi di Roma, Italy);

poster 302

Methods for Increasing the Rating of Overhead Lines

Albizu Igor (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Mazon A. Javier (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Zamora Inmaculada (University of the Basque Country, Spain);

poster 321

Development trends in the restructuring of the electricity distribution business in Finland

Viljainen Satu (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland); Partanen Jarmo (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland);

poster 336

Prospects of HVDC Power Transmissions Application in UPS of Russia

Galanov V. (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Koshcheev L. (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

poster 380

Priority Resolution of Modernization of Power Industry Objects

Nazarychev Alexander (Petersburg Power Engineering Institute for upgrading managers and specialists (PPEIU), Russian Federation); Andreev Dmitry (Joint Stock Company 'Zarubezhenergoproyekt', Russian Federation); Tadzhibaev Alexey (Petersburg Power Engineering Institute for upgrading managers and specialists (PPEIU), Russian Federation);

poster 382
06.05.2005

Power Flow Model Based on Artificial Neural Networks
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Müller Heloisa H. (University of Campinas, Brazil); Rider Marcos J. (University of Campinas, Brazil); Castro Carlos A. (University of Campinas, Brazil); Paucar V. Leonardo (Federal University of Maranhão, Brazil);

poster 420 poster 435

Active / Reactive Dispatch in Competitive Environment Transmission Loss Allocation by Sensitivity Approach

Gomes Mario (Instituto Politecnico de Tomar, Portugal); Saraiva João (INESC Porto, Portugal);

Belati Edmarcio Antonio (USP (University of São Paulo), Brazil); De Sousa Vanusa Alves (USP (University of São Paulo), Brazil); De Souza Alessandra Macedo (UFPA, Brazil); Da Costa Geraldo Roberto Martins (USP (University of São Paulo), Brazil);

poster 453

Allocation of Transmission Losses and Network Charges for Cross Border Trades in ASEAN Power Grid Based on Tracing Methodology

Adsoongnoen Cattareeya (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand); Ongsakul Weerakorn (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand); Haubrich Hans-Jurgen (Aachen University, Germany);

poster 461

Performance Enhancement of Cooling Towers in Thermal Power Plants through Energy Conservation

Mandi Rajashekar P. (Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore, India); Hegde R.K. (Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore, India); Sinha S.N. (National Thermal Power Corporation, Vindhyachal, India);

poster 482

Assessment of the Accuracy of Electricity Price Forecasts on the Basis of a Mixed Deterministic-Probabilistic Approach

Benini Michele (CESI S.p.A., Italy); Canazza Virginia (CESI S.p.A., Italy); Gallanti Massimo (CESI S.p.A., Italy); Marracci Mirko (University of Pisa, Italy); Pelacchi Paolo (University of Pisa, Italy); Poli Davide (University of Pisa, Italy);

poster 488

A Branch and Bound Algorithm Using the Hybrid Linear Model in the Transmission Network Expansion Planning

Carreno Edgar (Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP Ilha Solteira, Brazil); Asada Eduardo N. (University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil); Romero Ruben (Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP Ilha Solteira, Brazil); Garcia Ariovaldo V. (University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil);

poster 498 poster 500

Distribution Loss Allocation Methods Assessment Under Electricity Market Environment A Robust Power Flow Algorithm for Radial Distribution Systems

De Oliveira-De Jesus Paulo M. (INESC Porto , Portugal); Ponce De Leão M. Teresa (INESC Porto, Portugal);

Eminoglu Ulas (Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey); Hocaoglu M. Hakan (Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey);

poster 519 poster 527

Estimation of Transmission Loss Coefficients from Measurements TRANSMISSION LOSS ALLOCATION THROUGH EQUIVALENT BILATERAL EXCHANGES AND ECONOMICAL ANALYSIS Remedial Action Timings within Restructured Distribution Business Environment

Fliscounakis Stephane (RTE, France); Lafeuillade Francoise (RTE, France); Limousin Christele (RTE, France);

Cuervo Pablo (University of Brasilia, Brazil); Mateus Juan Carlos (University of Brasilia, Brazil);

poster 531

Scutariu Mircea (FDFEE ELECTRICA Muntenia Sud, Romania); Albert Hermina (Society of Power Engineers in Romania, Romania);

poster 558

An heuristic technique for the optimal planning of meshed MV distribution network

Celli Gianni (University of Cagliari, Italy); Ghiani Emilio (University of Cagliari, Italy); Loddo Massimo (University of Cagliari, Italy); Pilo Fabrizio (University of Cagliari, Italy);

poster 564

Assessment of Energy Availability in Hydro Systems Under Different Operational Policies

Marques Thyago Carvalho (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Cicogna Marcelo Augusto (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Soares Secundino (State University of Campinas, Brazil);

poster 579

PROFIT BASED UNIT COMMITMENT CONSIDERING THE COLD RESERVE UNDER COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT

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Pereira-Neto A. (Universidade Federal do Maranhao, Brazil); Saavedra O.R. (Universidade Federal do Maranhao, Brazil); Unsihuay C. (Universidade Federal do Maranhao, Brazil); Pessanha J. O. (Universidade Federal do Maranhao, Brazil);

poster 585 poster 593

A SOM-based hierarchical model to short-term load forecasting Experience from the Operation of the Polish Electricity Market

Carpinteiro Otavio (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil); Reis Agnaldo (Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil);

Mielczarski Wladyslaw (Technical University of Lodz, Poland); Siewierski Tomasz (Technical University of Lodz, Poland); Wedzik Andrzej (Technical University of Lodz, Poland);

poster 605

Role of local distributors in development of Multi-Energy Companies

Nazarko Joanicjusz (Bialystok Technical University, Poland); Jurczuk Arkadiusz (Bialystok Technical University, Poland); Zalewski Wojciech (Bialystok Technical University, Poland);

poster 606

Formulation of the Objective Function for Economic Dispatch Optimisation of Steam Cycle CHP Plants Impact of Allocation Factors on Electric Power System Control

Linkevics Olegs (VAS Latvenergo, Latvia); Sauhats Antans (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

poster 649

Gamm Alexander (Melentiev Energy Systems Institute SB RAS, Russian Federation); Golub Irina (Melentiev Energy Systems Institute SB RAS, Russian Federation);

poster 658

A NEW APPROACH TO LOAD FORECAST: INCORPORATING CLIMATE, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR PREDICTIONS

Leontina Pinto (ENGENHO, Brazil); Jacques Szczupak (ENGENHO, Brazil); Luiz Macedo (ENGENHO, Brazil); Carolina Szczerbacki (ENGENHO, Brazil); Jose Pascon (Elektro, Brazil); Carlos Almeida (Elektro, Brazil); Robinson Semolini (Elektro, Brazil);

poster 678

Short Term Hydrothermal Coordination in the Presence of Price-Responsive Loads

Uturbey Wadaed (Federal University of Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil); Simoes Costa Antonio (Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil);

poster 693

Modeling of Potential Interstate Electricity Markets in Northeast Asia

Khamisov O.V. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Kostenko P.V (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Podkovalnikov S.V. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

poster 721 poster 722

Optimization of development of spatially distributed electric networks Analysis of Relations Between the Fuel and Energy Complex and the Consolidated Budget Under Restructuring the Electricity Industry

Naumov I.V. (ISTU, Russian Federation); Balyshev O.A. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

Korneev Anatoly (Energy Systems Institute by L. Melentiev, Russian Federation); Bobkov Konstantin (Energy Systems Institute by L. Melentiev, Russian Federation);

A-Tu-II
Chair:

Transmission planning
Tuesday, June 28 11:00 - 13:00

oral 6 5

Superconducting Cables as a New Option in Network Planning

Matheus Carsten (Aachen University, Germany); Haubrich Hans-Jurgen (Aachen University, Germany); Willen Dag (Ultera, Denmark);

oral 270

Transmission Network Expansion Planning in Full Open Market Considering Security Constraints

Rider Flores Marcos Julio (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Silva Irenio De Jesus (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Romero Ruben (Paulista State University, Brazil); Garcia Ariovaldo V. (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Murari Carlos A. (State University of Campinas, Brazil);

oral 289

EUROPE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTERCONNECTIONS AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POWER GENERATION WITH RESPECT TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL
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06.05.2005

Hammons Tom (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom); Schwarz Jürgen (Consultant, Germany);

oral 422 oral 644

Dealing with Uncertainties in Long Term Transmission Expansion Planning Problems Generalized Transmission Scheduling Problem: Scheduling of Nondiscriminatory Transmission Services in the Mixed Pool-Bilateral Systems

Braga António (Instituto Politecnico da Guarda, Portugal); João Saraiva (INESC Porto, Portugal);

Liu Minghai (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States); Gross George (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States);

oral 692

Transmission expansion in the Chilean system via cooperative game theory

Serrano Rosa (Chilectra S.A., Chile); Zolezzi Juan (University of Santiago Of Chile, Chile); Rudnick Hugh (Chatolic University of Chile, Chile); Araneda Juan Carlos (H Q I Transelec Chile S.A., Chile);

B-Tu-II
Chair:

Power quality (II)
Tuesday, June 28 11:00 - 13:00

oral 141

A combined wavelet – Kalman filtering scheme for automatic detection and analysis of voltage dips in power systems Systematic Analysis of the Harmonics in Resonant Grounding Systems

Barros Julio (University of Cantabria, Spain); Perez Enrique (University of Cantabria, Spain);

oral 299

Schegner Peter (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); Höpfner Sven (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); La Seta Piergiovanni (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany);

oral 428

POWER QUALITY EVALUATION INDICES IN THREE-PHASE NETWORKS

Salmerón Patricio (University of Huelva, Spain); Herrera Reyes (University of Huelva, Spain); Perez Alejandro (University of Huelva, Spain); Prieto Jaime (University of Huelva, Spain);

oral 476

Sustainable building for the quality of power supply

Gagliardi Francesco (Universitа di Napoli “Federico II”, Italy); Iannone Fernando (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Lazaroiu Cristian (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Roscia Mariacristina (Universitа di Napoli “Federico II”, Italy); Zaninelli Dario (Politecnico di Milano, Italy);

oral 542

Adaptive Islanded Configuration for Quality Improvement in Power Delivery Systems with Distributed Generation

Turri Roberto (University of Padova, Italy); Caldon Roberto (University of Padova, Italy); Stocco Andrea (University of Padova, Italy);

oral 682

Fractal Theory and Voltage Flicker Evaluation

Balagula Yury (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Sakulin Manfred (Graz University of Technology, Russian Federation); Korovkin Nikolay (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Austria);

C-Tu-II
Chair:

Power system dynamic, stability and control (II)
Tuesday, June 28 11:00 - 13:00

oral 475

Optimal Frequency Control Including Load Estimation and Hourly Energy Programs

Mauricio Juan Manuel (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Marano Alejandro (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Martinez Ramos Jose Luis (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Leon Andres (Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina);

oral 603

Limit-Induced Stable Limit Cycles in Power Systems

Reddy Patel (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States); Hiskens Ian (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States);

oral 612

Critical Clearing Time of Doubly Fed Induction Generator

Salman Salman K. (The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom); Badrzadeh Babak (The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom);
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oral 668

A sensitivity-based approach for static and dynamic load parameter estimation

De Tuglie Enrico (Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Patrono Giuseppe (Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Torelli Francesco (Politecnico di Bari, Italy);

oral 686

Operation conditions of gas-turbine plants in electrical power system

Baranovskiy Ivan (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Khrushchev Jury (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Abeuov Renat (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation);

oral 688

Expert Technologies of Power Grid Service

Fishov Alexander (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation); Gorevoy Dmitriy (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation);

D-Tu-II
Chair:

Power system protection (I)
Tuesday, June 28 11:00 - 13:00

oral 179

Ferroresonance Processes in Electrical Networks Caused by Saturation of VoltageTransformer Cores

Kadomskaya K.P. (Novosibirsk State Technichal University, Russian Federation); Ivanov A.V. (Novosibirsk State Technichal University, Russian Federation); Laptev O.I. (Novosibirsk State Technichal University, Russian Federation);

oral 196

New Protection Concepts for Distribution Systems with Dispersed Generation

Hadzi-Kostova Biljana (University Magdeburg, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (University Magdeburg, Germany); Krebs Rainer (Siemens AG, Germany);

oral 207

Protection system faults 1999 - 2003 and the influence on the reliability of supply

Kjolle Gerd Hovin (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Heggset Jorn (SINTEF Energy Research, Norway); Hjartsjo Bjorn Tore (Statnett, Norway); Engen Haakon (Statnett, Norway);

oral 311 oral 507 oral 680

Wide Area Voltage regulation and Protection:When Their Co-ordination is Simple Self-tuning of Kalman Filters for Digital Protection Applications A New Service Restoration Algorithm for Ungrounded Distribution System

Corsi Sandro (CESI S.p.A, Italy);

Rosendo Macias Jose A. (University of Sevilla, Spain); Gomez Exposito Antonio (University of Sevilla, Spain);

Yang Xia (Myong-Ji University, Korea (South)); Lim Seong-Il (Myong-Ji University, Korea (South)); Lee SeungJae (Myong-Ji University, Korea (South)); Choi Myeon-Song (Myong-Ji University, Korea (South));

A-Tu-III
Chair:

Generation planning
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 15:40

oral 8 4

Methods of Risk Management in the Generation and Trading Planning

Blaesig Boris (IAEW, Aachen University, Germany); Haubrich Hans-Jürgen (IAEW, Aachen University, Germany);

oral 340

Midterm Generation Planning in Competitive Markets for Electrical Energy and Reserve using a Linear Programming Algorithm

Hartmann Thomas (Aachen University, Germany); Schmöller Hagen K. (Aachen University, Germany); Hinüber Gerd (Aachen University, Germany); Haubrich Hans-Jürgen (Aachen University, Germany);

oral 441

Hydro Generation Scheduling with Electricity Price Calculation

Legalov Dmitry (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Palamarchuk Sergey (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

oral 486

Optimal planning of electric power generation in thermal power system

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Keel Matti (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Liik Olev (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Tammoja Heiki (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Valdma Mati (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia);

oral 608

Change in Approach to Planning and Operation of Power Systems under Open Access Regime -Indian Experience

Nayak Rabindra Nath (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India); Sehgal Yugal Kishore (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India); Gupta Manju (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India);

B-Tu-III
Chair:

Harmonics (I)
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 15:40

oral 224

Light Flicker of Fluorescent Lamps with Different Types of Ballasts Caused by Interharmonics

Drapela Jiří (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic); Kratky Milan (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic); Weidinger Libor (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic); Zavodny Michal (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic);

oral 274

Parallel Harmonic-Oriented Method for Large-Scale Electric Systems Based on MPI Programming and the Limit Cycle Method Haar Wavelet-Based Decomposition of Nonactive Power for Nonsinusoidal Waveforms

Garcia Norberto (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo, Mexico);

oral 322

Petrescu Marin (Electrica Muntenia Sud Distribution and Supply Company, Bucharest, Romania); Chicco Gianfranco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy);

oral 523

Predictive algorithm for harmonic mitigation in non-linear loads based on active filters

Petit Johann (University Carlos III, Spain); Robles Guillermo (University Carlos III, Spain); Amaris Hortensia (University Carlos III, Spain);

oral 547

Limits for Low Frequency Interharmonic Voltages: can They be Based on the Flickermeter Use

Langella Roberto (Second University of Naples, Italy); Testa Alfredo (Second University of Naples, Italy); Landi Carmine (Second University of Naples, Italy); Gallo Daniele (Second University of Naples, Italy);

C-Tu-III
Chair:

Emergency control
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 15:40

oral 334

Coordinated emergency control of load shedding and FACTS devices

Etingov Pavel (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Oudalov Alexandre (ABB Switzerland Ltd., Switzerland); Voropai Nikolai (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Germond Alain (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland); Cherkaoui Rachid (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland);

oral 396

Problems of Putting Into Operation Generating Reserves of the Power System During Frequency Deviation

Chuvychin Vladimir (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Gurov Nikolaj (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Rubcov Sergej (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Strelkovs Vadims (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

oral 425

TOWARDS AN ENERGY FUNCTION OF SPINNING RESERVE WITH RESPECT TO FREQUENCY FOR THE SPINNING RESERVE - LOAD SHEDDING ECONOMICAL EQUILIBRIUM

Pavez-Lazo Boris J. (Universidad de La Frontera, Chile); Roa-Sepúlveda Claudio A. (Universidad de Concepcion, Chile);

oral 439

A Novel Non-Linear security Based Approach to Assesss Transfer Capability at Idaho Power Company

Papic Milorad (Idaho Power Company, United States); Vaiman Michael (V&R Energy Systems Research Inc., United States); Vaiman Marianna (V&R Energy Systems Research Inc., United States);
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oral 518

Real-time preventive control strategy for maintaining secure voltage stability margins

Ferreira Adriana (University of Campinas, Brazil); Castro Carlos (University of Campinas, Brazil);

D-Tu-III
Chair:

Power system protection (II)
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 15:40

oral 1 3

Interval Transform of Information and its Applications in Relay Protection

Liamets Yuri (Research Centre BRESLER, Russian Federation); Podchivaline Andrei (Research Centre BRESLER, Russian Federation); Ivanov Sergey (Research Centre BRESLER, Russian Federation); Nudelman Goda (ABB Automation, Russian Federation);

oral 245 oral 389

Directional Function in Distribution Networks through Wave Propagation Influence of Power Quality on the Performance of Digital Protection Relays

Kaczmarek Robert (SUPELEC, France); Huang Wan-Ying (SUPELEC, France);

Zamora Inmaculada (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Mazon Angel Javier (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Valverde Victor (University of the Basque Country, Spain); San Martin Jose Ignacio (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Buigues Garikoitz (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Dysko Adam (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom);

oral 451 oral 656

Automated Analysis of Digital Relay Data Based on Expert System Enhanced Relay Testing using a Dynamic Simulation Program System in Real-Time

Luo Xu (Texas A&M University, United States); Kezunovic Mladen (Texas A&M University, United States);

Krebs Rainer (Siemens AG, PTD SE PT5, Germany); Ruhle Olaf (Siemens AG, PTD SE PTSW, Germany);

E-Tu-III

Panel Session. Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids and Developments in Distributed Electrical Power Generation In Compliance With the Kyoto Protocol
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 18:00

Chair: Hammons T.

panel2 290

Europe: Status of Integrating Renewable Electricity Production into the Grids and Developments in Distributed Electrical Power Generation In Compliance With the Kyoto Protocol An Overview of the Different Situations of Renewable Energy in the European Union SOME REMARKS ON RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN POLAND

Buchholz Bernd (Siemens AG, Germany); Hammons Tom (Glasgow University, United Kingdom);

panel2 706 panel2 707

Zobaa Ahmed (Cairo University, Egypt);

Pamula Anna (University of Lodz, Poland); Szymczak Tomasz (Lodz-Region Power Distribution Company, Poland); Zawora Jacek (Lodz-Region Power Distribution Company, Poland); Zielinski Jerzy (Lodz-Region Power Distribution Company, Poland);

panel2 708

Integration of Wind Power by DC-Power Systems

Carlson Ola (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Lundberg Stefan (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden);

panel2 709

The Latvian Experience and Problems of the Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in the Power System

Linkevics Olegs (VAS Latvenergo, Latvia); Rivkins Jurijs (VAS Latvenergo, Latvia); Sauhats Antans (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Chuvychin Vladimir (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Strelkovs Vadims (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Svalova Inesa (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Gurov Nikolay (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Svalovs Andrejs (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

panel2 710
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Wind Intermittency - Mitigation Measures and Load Management
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Fox Brendan (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom); Flynn Damian (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom);

panel2 711

EU-DEEP: a European Integrated Project with different R&D approach to the integration of Distributed Energy Resources and Renewable Energy Sources in markets and energy grids

Gehain Etienne (Gaz de France, France); Deuse Jacques (Tractebel Engineering, Belgium);

P-Tu-III
Chair:

Poster Session (II)
Tuesday, June 28 14:00 - 18:00

poster 13

The use of Intelligent Data Reduction Technique in Analysing the Substation Events

Hor Ching Lai (Loughborough University, United Kingdom); Crossley P.A. (Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom);

poster 26 poster 41

New Digital Algorithm For Distance Relay Improved Nonlinear Velocity Tracking Control for Synchronous Motor Drive Using Backstepping Design Strategy

Popovic Ljubivoje (Elektrodistribucija Beograd, Serbia and Montenegro);

Ouassaid Mohammed (University Mohammed V, Morocco); Cherkaoui Mohammed (University Mohammed V, Morocco); Maaroufi Mohammed (University Mohammed V, Morocco);

poster 83

Object-Oriented Modeling for Advanced Power System Simulations

Hongesombut Komsan (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan); Mitani Yasunori (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan); Tada Yasuyuki (Tokyo Electric Power Co., Japan); Takazawa Tsuyoshi (Tokyo Electric Power Co., Japan); Shishido Takashi (TEPCO Systems Inc., Japan);

poster 97

Operational Analysis and Limitations of the GIPFC (Generalized Interline Power Flow Controller)

Vasquez-Arnez Ricardo Leon (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Zanetta Jr. Luiz Cera (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil);

poster 98

Integration of the Universal Earth-fault Indicator in to the Distribution Network SCADA System

Baranovskis Dzintars (Riga Technical University, Ltd. JUMIKS, Latvia); Rozenkrons Janis (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

poster 100

A Discussion on the Existence of the Inrush Current after the Clearance of a Transformer External Fault

Zi Qiu (Guodian Nanjing Automation, China); Hansong Tang (Guodian Nanjing Automation, China); Zhihao Rui (Guodian Nanjing Automation, China); Yunlun Chen (Guodian Nanjing Automation, China);

poster 120

Compensating algorithm for use with measurement type current transformers for protection

Kang Yong-Cheol (Chonbuk National University, Korea (South)); Lim Ui-Jai (LS Industrial System Co., Ltd, Korea (South)); Kang Sang-Hee (Myongji University, Korea (South)); Kim Yong-Gyun (Hankook IED, Inc, Korea (South));

poster 123

The Source and Damping of local (cc. 1.2 Hz) and Inter Area (0.02,...,0.6) Hz Oscillations

Kiss Lajos (Technical University of Budapest, Hungary); Zerenyi Jozsef (Hungarian Power System Operator Co., Hungary);

poster 132

A generalized methodology for distribution systems faults identification, location and characterization

Riva Sanseverino Eleonora (Universitа di Palermo, Italy); Campoccia Angelo (Universitа di Palermo, Italy); Di Silvestre Maria Luisa (Universitа di Palermo, Italy); Incontrera Iolanda (Universitа di Palermo, Italy);

poster 150

Robust Design of a Damping Controller for AC/DC Power System Using µ -Synthesis

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Rahmani K. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Gharehpetian G.B. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Karrari M. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran);

poster 153 poster 159

Detection of the Point of Voltage Collapse Using the FSQV Method Parametric On-line Fault Location Methods for Distribution MV Networks

Andrade Antonio (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal); Barbosa Maciel (Porto University, Portugal);

Kachesov Vladimir (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation); Bogdasheva Lubov (Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russian Federation);

poster 173

Splitting based-Aggregation in Dynamic Equivalencing for Power

Yucra Lino Oscar (CINVESTAV, Mexico); Fette Michael (Paderborn University, Germany); Dong Zhao (Queensland University, Australia);

poster 175

Electromechanical Distance and Identity Recognition in dynamic Equivalencing

Yucra Lino Oscar (CINVESTAV, Mexico); Fette Michael (Paderborn University, Germany); Ramirez Juan M. (CINVESTAV, Mexico);

poster 182

Hardware-software complex for experimental study and testing of new digital relay protection devices and emergency automatics Power System Control Law Reconfiguration on Basis of Systems Embedding Approach

Naumkin Ivan (Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering, Russian Federation);

poster 199

Misrikhanov Misrikhan (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation); Kos`Yanchuk Vladislav (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation); Ryabchenko Vladimir (Main Electric Networks of Center, Russian Federation);

poster 208

POLE SLIP PROTECTION ON 400 kV TRANSSMISION LINE

Skok Srdjan (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Marusic Ante (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Ivankovic Igor (Croatian Power Company, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Vlajcevic Robert (Croatian Power Company, Croatia (Hrvatska));

poster 219

Transient Behaviour of High-Impedance Protection Applications using for Networks with Distributed Generation

Jager Johann (University of Erlangen, Germany); Braisch D. (University of Erlangen, Germany); Ramold M. (University of Erlangen, Germany); Shang L. (Siemens AG, Germany); Krebs R. (Siemens AG, Germany);

poster 228

The Cause of False Operating of the Rotor Ground Fault Protection Based on the AC Injection Method

Belan Anton (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic); Eleschova Zaneta (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic); Janicek Frantisek (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic);

poster 233

Modelling and Identifying of Transformer Faults

Ozgonenel O. (Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey); Thomas D.W.P. (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom); Christopoulos C. (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom);

poster 244

Efficiency of Admitance Relays During Faults with High Fault Resistance Values in MV Networks

Lorenc Jozef (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Kwapisz Andrzej (Poznan University of Technology, Poland); Musierowicz Kazimierz (Poznan University of Technology, Poland);

poster 285

Testing methodology of modern digital power system protections

Smolarczyk Adam (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland); Rasolomampionona Desire (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland); Kowalik Ryszard (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland);

poster 295 poster 305

Calculation Strategy Of Operate Settings Protection Against Ground Fault Handling Voltage Collapse Studies Under a Dynamic System Model

Wishtibeev Alexey (Novosibirsk state technical university, Russian Federation);

Isaías Lima Lopes (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil); Zambroni De Souza Antonio (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil);

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poster 315

Stability Analysis of a Medium Voltage Local Energy System with Decentralized Generation

Schegner Peter (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); La Seta Piergiovanni (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); Höpfner Sven (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany);

poster 316 poster 335

Analysis of Recorded Transients on 765kV Lines with Shunt Reactors A Systematic and Up-to-Date Approach for Protection and Control of the Capacitive Power Compensation Elements in the Hellenic Transmission Network

Zivanovic Rastko (Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa);

Sofroniou Stefanos (Hellenic Transmission System Operator (HTSO), Greece); Tsirekis Constantinos (Hellenic Transmission System Operator (HTSO), Greece);

poster 343 poster 369

Eliminating Bias in Frequency Estimation based on Prony's Method Experimental Studies Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems on the Phase Inverter Transformer Basis Electrodynamics Power System Simulator for Bulk Power Systems Investigations and for Testing, Debugging and Adjustment of Various Digital Control and Automation Systems

Zivanovic Rastko (Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa);

Makarov Arkadi (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation);

poster 375

Esipovich Arkadiy (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Gerasimov Andrew (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Guschina Tamara (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Zekkel Anatoliy (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Kiriyenko Galina (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Michurin Nikolay (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

poster 391

Multiobjective Tabu Search for Service Restoration in Electric Distribution Networks

Garcia Vinicius Jacques (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Franca Paulo Morelato (State University of Campinas, Brazil);

poster 393

Identification and Modification of Improper Load Data Used in Short- Term Load Forecasting

Ansarimehr P. (Niroo Research Institute, Iran); Barghinia S. (Niroo Research Institute, Iran); Mirsepassi Z. (Niroo Research Institute, Iran); Habibi H. (Niroo Research Institute, Iran);

poster 411

Single-phase virtual power and energy analyzer in compliance with IEEE Std 1459-2000 for harmonic measurements on discharge lamps

Orfanos Charis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece); Topalis Frangiskos (National Technical University of Athens, Greece);

poster 452

Hopfield Lagrange for Short-Term Hydrothermal Scheduling

Dieu Vo Ngoc (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand); Ongsakul Weerakorn (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand);

poster 456

LOSS-OF-SYNCHRONISM DETECTION AUTOMATICS FOR THE NETWORKS WITH DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

Sauhats Antans (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Svalova Inesa (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Svalovs Andrejs (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

poster 457

Simulation of a LV Power Distribution Cable as Communication Medium - A Finite Element Approach

Labridis Dimitris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Andreou Giorgos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece);

poster 474

A Comparative Study on Current Control Methods for Load Balancing and Power Factor Correction using STATCOM

Hasanzadeh Amin (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Parniani Mostafa (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Sadriyeh S. Mohammad Reza (Sharif University of Technology, Iran);

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poster 499

A PLC Based Energy Consumption Management System. Power Line Performance Analysis: Field Tests and Simulation Results.

Papagiannis Grigoris (Aristotle University of Thessal, Greece); Papadopoulos Theofilos (Aristotle University of Thessal, Greece); Dovas Christos (Aristotle University of Thessal, Greece); Tsiamitros Dimitrios (Aristotle University of Thessal, Greece); Dokopoulos Petros (Aristotle University of Thessal, Greece);

poster 511

Selective Signalling System and Protection of Grounds Faults in 6 – 10 kV Compensated Electric Networks

Shuin Vladimir (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation); Gusenkov Alexey (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation);

poster 528 poster 532

Voltage Stability Security Margin Assessment Via Artificial Neural Networks Transformer Differential Protection Using Positive Sequence Current; Design and Implementation Artificial Neural Network Approach For Autoreclosure in Transmission Lines Analysis of the Harmonic Resonance during Energizing the Primary Restorative Transmission Systems

Cifuentes Alberto (University of Campinas, Brazil); Castro Carlos (University of Campinas, Brazil);

Khorashadi Zadeh Hassan (University of Birjand, Iran);

poster 533 poster 538

Khorashadi Zadeh Hassan (University of Birjand, Iran);

Lee Heung-Jae (Kwangwoon University, Korea (South)); Lee Kyeong-Seob (Kwangwoon University, Korea (South)); Park Sung-Min (Kwangwoon University, Korea (South)); Bae Joo-Cheon (Korea Power Exchange, Korea (South)); Song In-Jun (Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Korea (South));

poster 549

HIGH-SPEED DIRECTIONAL COMPARISON PROTECTION OF TRANSMISSION LINES

Apostolov Alexander (AREVA T&D Automation, United States); Tholomier Damien (AREVA T&D Automation, France); Richards Simon (AREVA T&D Automation, United Kingdom);

poster 553

Thermal Analysis of Medium Voltage Fuses Using the Finite Element Method

Torres Esther (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Fernandez Elvira (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Mazón Angel Javier (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Zamora Inmaculada (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Perez Juan Carlos (Manufacturas Electricas, S.A., Spain);

poster 555

Phase Comparison Protection Using Adaptive Carrier Modulation

Kang Harmeet (Areva T&D EAI, United Kingdom); Williams Anthony (Areva T&D EAI, United Kingdom); Squires Roger (Areva T&D EAI, United Kingdom);

poster 600

Numerical Experiments for Three-Phase State Estimation Performance and Evaluation

Meliopoulos Sakis (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States); Cokkinides George (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States); Stefopoulos George (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States);

poster 604

Reliability investigations for SA communication architectures based on IEC 61850

Brand Klaus-Peter (ABB Switzerland, Switzerland); Andersson Lars (ABB Switzerland, Switzerland); Brunner Christoph (ABB Switzerland, Switzerland); Wimmer Wolfgang (ABB Switzerland, Switzerland);

poster 609

Indian Experience in implementation of SCADA/EMS Systems

Prasher Vijay Kumar (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, India); Gupta Vinay Kumar (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, India); Kushwaha Amrendra Singh (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, India); Mishra Arun Kumar (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, India); Chohan Sunita (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, India);

poster 610

Synchronous Interconnection between two different capacity Regions - A case Study

Nayak R. N. (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India); Sehgal Y.K. (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India); Sen Subir (Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., India);

poster 613

Dynamic Behaviour of Integrated Multiple Wind Farms during Fault Conditions on the Hosted Distribution Network
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06.05.2005

Salman Salman K (The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom); Teo Anita (The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom);

poster 625

Methodology to Remunerate the Generation Reserve and the Reactive Power Support as Ancillary Services based on the Benefit Proportioned to the Power System

Ribeiro Pablo (Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Marzano Luiz Guilherme (CEPEL - Brazilian Electric Power Research Center, Brazil); Soto Javier (CEPEL - Brazilian Electric Power Research Center, Brazil); Prada Ricardo (Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Melo Albert (CEPEL - Brazilian Electric Power Research Center, Brazil);

poster 672

Frequency Measurement in Power Networks in the Presence of Harmonics Using Fourier and Zero Crossing Technique

Djuric Milenko (University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro); Djurisic Zeljko (University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro);

poster 691

Methods for Non-Conventional Measuring Sensor Integration in the Medium Voltage Electrical Equipment

Proca V. (ICMET, Romania); Paduraru N. (ICMET, Romania);

A-Tu-IV
Chair:

Power flow optimization
Tuesday, June 28 16:00 - 18:00

oral 128

A decentralized solution to the Security Constrained DC-OPF problem of multi-area power systems

Biskas P. N. (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Bakirtzis A. G. (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece);

oral 149

Latest experiences in improving convergence of dual optimization in LR method

Feng Xiaoming (US Corporate research center, ABB Inc., United States); Liao Yuan (US Corporate research center, ABB Inc., United States);

oral 156

Development of Nonlinear Predictor with Several Lead Steps for Continuation Power Flow Calculation Assessing the value of reactive power service using OPF of reactive Power Flow Analysis with Loss Compensation in a Multiple-Transaction Framework Reactive Support Allocation and Voltage Sensitivity Analysis via a Multi-User Optimal Power Dispatch Model

Mori Hiroyuki (Meiji University, Japan); Kojima Takayuki (Meiji University, Japan);

oral 239 oral 279 oral 436

Moreno Hugo (Supelec, France); Plumel Sophie (Supelec, France); Bastard Patrick (Supelec, France);

Ding Qifeng (Center Point Energy, United States); Abur Ali (Texas A&M University, United States);

Fernandes Thelma (Universidade Federal do Parana, Brazil); Almeida Katia (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil);

oral 591

ORPF PROCEDURES FOR VOLTAGE SECURITY IN A MARKET FRAMEWORK

Berizzi Alberto (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Bovo Cristian (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Bruno Carlo (CESI Milan, Italy); Delfanti Maurizio (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Merlo Marco (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Pozzi Massimo (CESI - Milan, Italy);

B-Tu-IV
Chair:

Harmonics (II)
Tuesday, June 28 16:00 - 18:00

oral 414

Improvement of Voltage Quality in AC Network by Use of STATCOM

Mazurov M. I. (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Nikolaev A.V. (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Lozinova N. G. (High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);
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oral 477

Conductor Losses Resulted of Instantaneous Compensation with Shunt

Montano Juan-Carlos (Spanish Council for Scientific Research/IRNAS, Spain); Salmerón Patricio (University of Huelva, Spain); Prieto Jaime (University of Huelva, Spain);

oral 641

Identification of the dominant harmonic source in the LV network on the base of anomalous power flows considerations

Schau Holger (Ilmenau Technical University, Germany); Novitskiy Alexander (Ilmenau Technical University, Germany);

oral 651 oral 660

Monitoring Multiple Harmonic Sources in Power Systems Using Neural Networks ESTIMATING GENERAL POLLUTION WAVEFORMS IN NON-MONITORED ELECTRICAL SYSTEM BUSES Identification of Harmonic Sources in a Power System: A New Method

Negnevitsky Michael (University of Tasmania, Australia); Ringrose Martin (University of Tasmania, Australia);

Szczupak Jacques (PUC-RJ/ENGENHO, Brazil);

oral 677

Pyzalski Tomasz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Wilkosz Kazimierz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland);

C-Tu-IV
Chair:

Cascading emergencies and blackouts
Tuesday, June 28 16:00 - 18:00

oral 5 2

Calculation of Transformer Inrush Currents occurring during the Energizing of the Public Grid after a major Black Out

Jansen Kees P.J. (KEMA T&D Consulting, Netherlands); Slootweg Han G. (Essent Netwerk B.V., Netherlands); De Groot Richard A.C.T. (KEMA T&D Consulting, Netherlands);

oral 193

Simulation of Undervoltage Load Shedding to Prevent Voltage Collapse

Klaric Mario (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Kuzle Igor (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Tomisa Tomislav (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska));

oral 213

Reliability Model and System Blackout Development Model of Complex Electrical Networks of Power Systems

Nepomnyashchiy Vladimir (Holding company 'CONCERN TITAN-2', Russian Federation); Ryabov Vadim (Holding company 'CONCERN TITAN-2', Russian Federation);

oral 272

Avoiding System Collapses By Centralized Control of Power Flows Through The Interconnections Between Two Transmission Systems

Cinieri Enrico (University of l'Aquila, Italy); Carrus A. (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma, Italy); Gatta F.M. (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma, Italy);

oral 554

Classification, Evaluation and Acquisition Criteria of Recovery Resources to provide Ancillary Services in Power System Restoration

Invernizzi Marco (University of Genoa, Italy); Bonvini Barbara (University of Genoa, Italy); Denegri Gio Battista (University of Genoa, Italy); Serra Pietro (University of Genoa, Italy); Cirio Diego (CESI, Italy); Pozzi Massimo (CESI, Italy); Salvetti Massimo (CESI, Italy);

oral 669

Improving Restoration Strategy in the Italian National Grid

Marchesin Alessio (GRTN (Italian Sistemm Operator), Italy); Marsigli Bruno (GRTN (Italian Sistemm Operator), Italy); Pascucci Antonio (GRTN (Italian Sistemm Operator), Italy); Quaia Stefano (University of Trieste, Italy);

D-Tu-IV
Chair:

System services in deregulated markets
Tuesday, June 28 16:00 - 18:00

oral 7 3

Allocation of Complex Power Losses Between Participants of Energy Exchange in Electrical Networks

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Schegner Peter (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany); Meyer Jan (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany); Chamyan Artur (AREVA, DRESDEN, Germany);

oral 139

Efficient Iterative Refinement Clustering for Electricity Customer Classification

Batrinu Florentin (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Chicco Gianfranco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Napoli Roberto (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Piglione Federico (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Postolache Petru (Universitatea Politehnica din Bucuresti, Romania); Scutariu Mircea (Electrica Muntenia Sud Distribution and Supply Company, Romania); Toader Cornel (Universitatea Politehnica din Bucuresti, Romania);

oral 242 oral 438

Comparing load profiling techniques for revenue and load deviation assessment Linear Complementarity Models for Transmission Markets

Chicco Gianfranco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy);

Bautista Guillermo (University of Waterloo, Canada); Quintana Victor H. (University of Waterloo, Canada); Aguado Jose A. (University of Malaga, Spain);

oral 695

Operational Security Analysis of Interconnected European Network in Liberalized Market. Unit Commitment with Network Constraints

Singh Nisheeth (ETRANS AG, Switzerland); Tchoubraev Dmitri (ETRANS AG, Switzerland);

oral 697

Ayuyev B.I. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Yerokhin P.M. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Shubin N.G. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Neujmin V.G. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation); Alexandrov A.A. (Joint Stock Company “System Operator – Central Dispatch Office for United Energy System of Russia”, Russian Federation);

A-We-I
Chair:

Distribution network (I)
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 10:40

oral 3 3

Combined Method of a Distribution Network Reconfiguration for Power Supply Restoration

Uspensky Michael (Institute for Social, Economical and Energy Problems of the North of Komi Science Center of Russian, Russian Federation); Kyzrodev Ilea (Institute for Social, Economical and Energy Problems of the North of Komi Science Center of Russian, Russian Federation);

oral 106

A simple method to assess loadability of radial distribution networks

Augugliaro Antonino (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Dusonchet Luigi (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Favuzza Salvatore (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Ippolito Mariano Giuseppe (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Riva Sanseverino Eleonora (Universita di Palermo, Italy);

oral 155

Development of Riga city (Latvia) electrical distribution network

Runcs Janis (SSC Latvenergo subsidary Riga city electrical network, Latvia); Zigurds Krisans (Latvia Academy of Sciences, Institute of physical energetics, Latvia);

oral 238

A Novel Particle Swarm Method for Distribution System Optimal Reconfiguration

Batrinu Florentin (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Carpaneto Enrico (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); Chicco Gianfranco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy);

oral 275

Evaluation of the customer value of component redundancy in electrical distribution systems

Bertling Lina (KTH, Sweden); Larsson Mats B-O (MML, Sweden); Wallnerström Carl Johan (KTH, Sweden);

B-We-I
Chair:

Voltage sags
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 10:40

oral 1 7
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Costs of Voltage Sags: Comprehensive Assessment Procedure
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Gupta C.P. (the university of manchester, United Kingdom); Milanovic Jovica (the university of manchester, United Kingdom);

oral 136

Analytical Assessment of the Effects of Voltage Sags on Induction Motor Dynamic Responses

Aung Myo Thu (the university of manchester, United Kingdom); Milanovic Jovica (the university of manchester, United Kingdom);

oral 342

Compensation of Voltage Sags in a Radial Network Feeding a Thyristor Bridge Controlled Load

Delfino Federico (University of Genoa, Italy); Fornari F. (University of Genoa, Italy); Massucco S. (University of Genoa, Italy); Morini A. (University of Genoa, Italy); Procopio R. (University of Genoa, Italy);

oral 526

Analysis of Voltage Sag Phasor Dynamic

Leborgne Roberto Chouhy (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Karlsson Daniel (Gothia Power AB, Sweden); Olguin Gabriel (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden);

oral 569

Experimental Assessment of Voltage Sags Effects on Induction Machine Operation

Zlomek Martin (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic); Drapela Jiří (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic);

C-We-I
Chair:

Power system transient stability enhancement
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 10:40

oral2

Contributions of Enhanced Generator Excitation Control to Power System Stability

Benarouche Ali (University of manchester, United Kingdom); Milanovic Jovica (University of manchester, United Kingdom); Hughes Mike (University of manchester, United Kingdom);

oral 8 2

Steady-State and Transient Stability of 500 kV Long-Distance AC Transmission Lines with Magnetically Controlled Shunt Reactors

Belyaev Andrey (St-Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russian Federation); Smolovik Serguei (StPetersburg State Polytechnical University, Russian Federation);

oral 236

Influence of the Infinite-Bus Assumption in the Design of Damping Controllers

Oliveira Ricardo (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Ramos Rodrigo (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Bretas Newton (University of São Paulo, Brazil);

oral 398

Decentralized Design of Robust Power System Stabilizers Considering System Uncertainties

Dechanupaprittha Sanchai (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan); Ngamroo Issarachai (Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thailand); Mitani Yasunori (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan);

oral 560

Optimal Tuning of Power System Stabilizer Parameters Using Population-Based Incremental Learning

Folly Komla A (University of Cape Town, South Africa);

D-We-I
Chair:

Storage devices
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 10:40

oral 4 2

Power Quality Improvement and Uninterruptible Power Supply Using a Power Conditioning System with Energy Storage Capability

Casadei Domenico (University of Bologna, Italy); Grandi Gabriele (University of Bologna, Italy); Serra Giovanni (University of Bologna, Italy); Rossi Claudio (University of Bologna, Italy);

oral 9 7

A Flow-based Approach for Evaluating Fuel Cell Interconnections to a Distribution Feeder

Karady George (Arizona State University, United States); Sirisooriya Priyantha (Midwest ISO, Carmel, United States); Farmer Richarg (Arizona State University, United States);
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oral 8 8

Fuel-efficiency of hydrogen and heat storage technologies for integration of fluctuating renewable energy sources Independent Power Units with Polymer Membrane Fuel Cells

Mathiesen Brian Vad ( Aalborg University, Denmark); Lund Henrik (Aalborg University, Denmark);

oral 232

Haubrock Jens (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany); Heideck Günter (Otto-von-GuerickeUniversity Magdeburg, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany);

oral 250

Decision Tree-Based Approach for Online Management of Fuel Cells Supplying Residential Loads

Azmy Ahmed M. (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Mohamed Mohd. R. (University College of Engineering & Technology, Malaysia); Erlich Istvan (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany);

E-We-I

Panel Session. Large Disturbances and Emergency Control
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 13:00

Chair: Voropai N.

panel1 699

Blackouts in North America and Europe: Analysis and Generalization

Makarov Yuri (California ISO, United States); Reshetov Viktor (Independent Consultant, Russian Federation); Stroev Vladimir (Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russian Federation); Voropai Nikolai (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

panel1 314

Experience from the Athens Blackout of July 12, 2004

Vournas Costas (National Technical University of Athens, Greece); Nikolaidis Vassilis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece); Tassoulis Aristides (Hellenic Transmission System Operator, Greece);

panel1 21 panel1 412

Prevention of large Grid Disturbances through Advanced Power Automation Technology Load Shedding and Demand Side Management Enhancements to improve the Security of a National Electrical System

Buchholz Bernd Michael (Siemens AG, Germany); Retzmann Dietmar (Siemens AG, Germany);

Capozza Antonio (CESI, Italy); D'Adamo Christian (ENEL, Italy); Mauri Giuseppe (CESI, Italy); Pievatolo Antonio (I.M.A.T.I. - CNR, Italy);

panel1 546

Preventing Blackouts through Reactive Rescheduling under Dynamical and Protection System Constraints

Bruno Sergio (DEE - Politecnico di Bari, Italy); De Benedictis Michele (DEE - Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Delfanti Maurizio (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); La Scala Massimo (DEE - Politecnico di Bari, Italy);

panel1 337

Main principles of automatic counter-emergency control in UPS of Russia.

Gerasimov Andrew (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Koshcheev Lev (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

panel1 470

Adaptive Underfrequency Load Shedding and Underfrequency Load Restoration System

Rubcov Sergey (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Chuvychin Vladimir (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Gurov Nikolay (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

panel1 700

Organization Principles of Emergency Control of Electric Power Systems in a Market Environment

Voropai Nikolai (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Reshetov Viktor (Design and Research Institute of Power Systems and Networks ENERGOSETPROJECT, Russian Federation); Efimov Dmitry (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

P-We-I
Chair:

Poster Session (III)
Wednesday, June 29 9:00 - 13:00

poster 12

Study of asymmetrical regimes in matrix converters for multi-phase high speed generators

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Sobczyk Tadeusz (Cracow University of Technology, Poland); Sienko Tomasz (Cracow University of Technology, Poland); Danilewicz Janush (Institute for basic researches in Electric power engineering, Russian Federation);

poster 34

Learning about Renewables using VRML-Technology

Angelov Angel Nikolaev (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); Haubrock Jens (Otto-vonGuericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); Hadzi-Kostova Biljana (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); SchweizerRies Petra (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany);

poster 55

Control of Offshore Wind Farms for a Reliable Power System Management

Eping Christiane (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany); Stenzel Juergen (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany);

poster 70 poster 77

Planning of distribution systems with predominantly distributed generation The Roles of Natural Gas and Regional Energy Exchanges in Mitigating GHG Emissions: The Case of Lebanon

Asmuth Peter (University of Wuppertal, Germany); Verstege Johannes (University of Wuppertal, Germany);

Ghajar Raymond (Lebanese American University, Lebanon); Chedid Riad (American University of Beirut, Lebanon);

poster 87 poster 101

Excess wind power; international sales or hydrogen production A Multi-Objective Design Methodology for Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems

Ostergaard Poul Alberg (Aalborg University, Denmark);

Chedid Riad (American University of Beirut, Lebanon); Karaki Sami (American University of Beirut, Lebanon); Rifai (Al) Ahmad (American University of Beirut, Lebanon);

poster 119 poster 138

Integration of Distributed Generators into Distribution Three-Phase Load Flow Analysis The Use of Batteries in Stand-alone Renewable Power Systems

Teng Jen-Hao (I-Shou University, Taiwan);

Van Voorden Arjan (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Paap G.C. (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Van Der Sluis L. (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands);

poster 191

Extended model for the dynamic simulation of a PEM fuel cell in stationary applications

Purmann Mathias (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Heideck Günther (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany);

poster 284

Calculation of Superconducting Traction Calculation of Superconducting Traction Transformer 1MVA and its Cooling Control Aspects of Distribution Networks with Dispersed Generation

Krasl Milan (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic);

poster 358

Ishchenko Anton (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands); Myrzik Johanna (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands); Kling Wil (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands);

poster 360

Contribution of DG units to voltage control: active and reactive power limitations

Morren Johan (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); De Haan Sjoerd W.H. (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Ferreira J.A. (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands);

poster 376

Wind Farms in the Irish Grid: Experience and Analysis

Dudurych Ivan (ESB National Grid / EirGrid, Ireland); Holly Maurice (ESB National Grid / EirGrid, Ireland); Power Michael (ESB National Grid / EirGrid, Ireland);

poster 421

Development of a Market Approach to Integrate Microsources in LV Distribution Networks Fuel Cell Design for Stationary Electric Power Applications

Sa Andre (Fabricas Riopele, Portugal); Saraiva João (INESC Porto, Portugal);

poster 541

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Gagliardi Francesco (Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Naples, Italy); Pagano Mario (Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Naples, Italy); Velotto Giovanni (Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Naples, Italy);

poster 573

Dynamic Models of Frequency and Voltage Based Relays for Distributed Generation Protection

Vieira Jose (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Freitas Walmir (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Morelato Andre (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Leao Jonathan (State University of Campinas, Brazil);

poster 594

The photovoltaic water pumping system using optimum slip control to maximum power and efficiency Voltage Control with Distributed Generation and Its Impact on Losses in LV Distribution Systems

Vongmanee Mr.Varin (The University of the thai chamber of commerce(UTCC), Thailand);

poster 620

Viawan Ferry (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden); Sannino Ambra (ABB, Corporate Research Centre, Västerеs, Sweden);

poster 630

Voltage Profile Optimization with Distributed Generation

Celli G. (University of Cagliari, Italy); Ghiani E. (University of Cagliari, Italy); Loddo M. (University of Cagliari, Italy); Pilo F. (University of Cagliari, Italy);

poster 636

A Multi - criteria Approach to Expansion Planning of Wind Power Plants in Electric Power Systems

Ivanova E.Yu. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Voropai N.I. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Handschin E. (University of Dortmund, Russian Federation);

poster 653

Impact of fuel cell-based embedded generation on distribution networks

Di Perna Cosmo (University of Cassino, Italy); Moreno Angelo (ENEA, Italy); Russo Angela (University of Cassino, Italy); Verde Paola (University of Cassino, Italy);

poster 689 poster 724

Wind use at thermal power plants Investigation of Disposable Reserve Power in a Large-Scale Wind Farm

Zharkov Serguey (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

Lebioda Anna (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Rudion Krzysztof (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany); Orths Antje (Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany);

A-We-II
Chair:

Distribution network (II)
Wednesday, June 29 11:00 - 13:00

oral 0 8

Classification of Low Voltage Distribution Networks by Means of Voltage Distortion

Schegner Peter (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany); Meyer Jan (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany); Lobos Tadeusz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Waclawek Zbigniew (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Muehlwitz Michael (DREWAG-Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH, Germany); Hoepfner Sven (Technischen Universitat Dresden, Germany);

oral 234

Modelling of Supply Interruptions in MV Cable Distribution Networks for a More Accurate Estimation of the Cost of Penalty Payments

Detrich Vaclav (EGU Brno, a.s., Czech Republic); Skala Petr (EGU Brno, a.s., Czech Republic); Matonoha Karel (EGU Brno, a.s., Czech Republic); Spacek Zdenek (EGU Brno, a.s., Czech Republic); Gohler Milos (PRE, a.s., Czech Republic); Blazek Vladimir (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic);

oral 251

A Survey of Distribution Feeder Power Quality

Wang An-Chin (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan); Lu Chan-Nan (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan);

oral 269

The Influence of the Distribution System Structure on Distortion Emission and Propagation
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Dzienis Cezary (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Bachry Andrzej (Siemens AG, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany);

oral 377

Some improvements in solving radial distributions networks through the backward/forward method

Augugliaro Antonino (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Dusonchet Luigi (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Favuzza Salvatore (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Ippolito Mariano Giuseppe (Universita di Palermo, Italy); Riva Sanseverino Eleonora (Universita di Palermo, Italy);

oral 505

POWER QUALITY STANDARD AND VOLTAGE QUALITY

Svinkunas Gytis (Kaunas technology university, Lithuania);

B-We-II
Chair:

Artificial intelligence application to power system (I)
Wednesday, June 29 11:00 - 13:00

oral 370

Short Term Load Forecasting of Iran National Power System Using Artificial Neural Network Generation Two

Barzamini Roohollah (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Menhaj Mohamad Bagher (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Kamalvand Shadi (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Tajbakhsh Arman (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran);

oral 388

Rapid Prototyping of Artificial Neural Networks

Mazón Javier (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Zamora Inmaculada (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Valverde Victor (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Eguia Pablo (University of the Basque Country, Spain);

oral 501

The Effects of Transmission Capacities on Market Outcomes: An Agent-Based Approach

Saguan Marcelo (Supelec (Ecole Superieur d'Electricite), France); Keseric Nenad (Vienna University of Technology, Austria); Glachant Jean-Michel (University of Paris XI, France); Bastard Patrick (Supelec (Ecole Superieur d'Electricite), France); Haas Reinhard (Vienna University of Technology, Austria);

oral 566 oral 643

The Fuzzy Power Flow Revisited Hierarchical Modeling of Electric Power System Expansion by AnyLogic Simulation Software

Matos Manuel (INESC Porto, Portugal); Gouveia Eduardo (Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal);

Voropai Nikolai (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Karpov Yuri (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Ivanovski Rostislav (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Popov Dmitri (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

oral 671

Multi-energy Retail Market Simulation with Intelligent Agents

Oo Naing Win (INESC Porto, Portugal); Miranda Vladimiro (INESC Porto, Portugal);

C-We-II
Chair:

Voltage stability
Wednesday, June 29 11:00 - 13:00

oral 223

Advanced Intelligent Voltage Control Systems Coordinating Main and Local Power systems

Suzuki Osamu (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan); Minakawa Tamotsu (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan); Yokoyama Ryuichi (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan); Tanaka Hideo (Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan);

oral 262

Implementation studies of Secondary Voltage Control on the Romanian power grid

Erbasu Andreea (University of Bucharest, Romania); Berizzi Alberto (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Eremia Mircea (University of Bucharest, Romania); Bulac Constantin (University of Bucharest, Romania);

oral 324

FAST CONTINGENCY FILTERING BASED ON LINEAR VOLTAGE DROP ESTIMATES

Otomega Bogdan (University of Liege, Belgium); Van Cutsem Thierry (University of Liege and FNRS, Belgium);
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oral 327 oral 460

Sensitivity Techniques for the Fast Assessment of Security Margins to Voltage Collapse Load and LTC modeling for voltage stability assessment in EHV network studies

Zarate Luis (University of Campinas, Brazil); Castro Carlos (University of Campinas, Brazil);

Cignatta Massimiliano (CESI SpA, Italy); Marannino Paolo (Universitа di Pavia, Italy); Merlo Marco (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Pozzi Massimo (CESI SpA, Italy); Zanellini Fabio (Universitа di Pavia, Italy);

D-We-II
Chair:

Wind power (I)
Wednesday, June 29 11:00 - 13:00

oral 4 4

Modeling Wind Farms for Power System Load Flow and Stability Studies

Kazachkov Yuriy (Siemens Power Technologies International, United States); Voelzke Ronald (Siemens AG, Power Transmission & Distribution Service, Power Technology, Germany);

oral 7 5

Aggregation of Doubly Fed Induction Generators Wind Turbines Under Different Incoming Wind Speeds

Fernandez Luis M. (University of Cadiz, Spain); Garcia Carlos Andres (University of Cadiz, Spain); Jurado Francisco (University of Jaen, Spain); Saenz Jose Ramón (University of Cadiz, Spain);

oral 5 8

EMBEDDING WIND FARM GENERATION IN POWER SYSTEM TRANSIENT STABILITY ANALYSIS

Dicorato Maria (DEE-Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Bufano Vito (DEE-Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Minoia Anna (DEE-Politecnico di Bari, Italy); Trovato Michele (DEE-Politecnico di Bari, Italy);

oral 0 9

Oscillatory Stability and Limit Cycle in an Autonomous System with Wind Generation

Nomikos Basil (Hellenic Transmission System Operator, Greece); Potamianakis Emmanuel (National Technical University of Athens, Greece); Vournas Costas (National Technical University of Athens, Greece);

oral 185

A New Method for Islanding Detection of Utility-connected Wind Power Generation Systems

Yang Hong-Tzer (Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan); Peng Pai-Chun (Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan); Chang Jen-Chien (Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan); Wang Chun-Yi (Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan);

oral 240

Measurement-based estimation of wind farm inertia

Littler Tim (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom); Fox Brendan (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom); Flynn Damian (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom);

A-We-III
Chair:

Restructuring of the electricity industry
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 15:40

oral7 oral 392

Transforming Transmission Companies Into Market-based Regulated Businesses Volumetric Hedging in Electricity Procurement

Lee Stephen (EPRI, United States);

Oum Yumi (Universitry of California at Berkeley, United States); Oren Shmuel (University of California at Berkeley, United States); Deng Shijie (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States);

oral 403

Impact of Greenhouse Gas Emission Constraints on the Electrical System of Continental Europe

Bresesti P. (CESI, Italy); Cazzol M.V. (CESI, Italy); Vailati R. (CESI, Italy); Zanellini F. (Universita degli Studi di Pavia, Italy);

oral 663 oral 673

Vertical Integration in Electricity Markets The need for a regulation of the generation capacity development in a competitive electricity market
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Vassiliev Mikhail (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

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Belyaev L.S. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

B-We-III
Chair:

Artificial Intelligence application to power system (II)
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 15:40

oral 1 6

Augmentation of Transient Stability by Fuzzy-Logic Controlled Braking Resistor in Multi-Machine Power System

Ali Mohd. Hasan (Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan); Murata Toshiaki (Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan); Tamura Junji (Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan);

oral 1 8

Automated Classification of Power Quality Disturbances Using RBF and SVM Neural Networks

Janik Przemyslaw (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Lobos Tadeusz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Schegner Peter (Dresden University of Technology, Germany);

oral 157

A Hybrid Method of Optimal Data Mining and Artificial Neural Network for Voltage Stability Assessment Fault Location in Substations Using Artificial Neural Networks

Mori Hiroyuki (Meiji University, Japan); Komatsu Yubun (Meiji University, Japan);

oral 168

Wanderley Marcio (LIGHT, Brazil); Souza Julio (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil); Do Cotto Filho Milton (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil); Schilling Marcus (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil);

oral 214

A Fuzzy Logic Transmission System Dynamic Braking Control

Grobovoy Andrey (Power System Emergency Control Laboratory, Ltd, Russian Federation); Denisova Daria (Siberian Electric Power Research Institute, Russian Federation); Bondareva Natalia (EPFL, Switzerland); Kuznetsova Natalia (SO – UDO of the Russian Far East Interconnected power system, Russian Federation);

C-We-III
Chair:

Generators excitation control
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 15:40

oral 4 5

Robust PSS Design for a multivariable power system

Vesely Vojtech (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic); Kozakova Alena (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic);

oral 415

ADJUSTMENT OF POWER SYSTEM STABILIZING CHANNELS STRUCTURE OF GENERATOR’S AUTOMATIC EXCITATION REGULATORS.

Zekkel Anatoly (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Esipovich Arkadiy (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation); Gerasimov Andrew (HVDC Power Transmission Research Institute, Russian Federation);

oral 417

Analytical and Experimental Modeling of Brushless Excitation System at Normal Operating Conditions A methodology for the estimation of synchronous generator and excitation system parameters

Hasani Masoud (Sharif University, Iran); Rasouli Mohammad (Niroo Research Institute, Iran);

oral 559

Tito Cari Elmer Pablo (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Costa Alberto Luis Fernando (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Martins A. C. P. (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Geraldo Bretas Newton (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil);

oral 597

PSS site and parameters optimization in electric power system

Klucznik Jacek (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland); Lubosny Zbigniew (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland);

D-We-III
Chair:
06.05.2005

Wind power (II)
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 15:40
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oral 252

Technological Assessment for Developing New Wind Power Generating Systems

Wu Guohong (Tohoku Gakuin Uinversity, Japan); Goto Makoto (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan); Minakawa Tamotsu (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan); Tada Yasuyuki (Tokyo Electric Power company, Japan);

oral 256

Offshore Wind Farms - VSC-based HVDC Connection

Spahic Ervin (Darmstadt Technical University, Germany); Balzer Gerd (Darmstadt Technical University, Germany);

oral 365

Analysis of the Introduction of Large Scale Wind Energy into the Greek Electricity System

Kabouris John (HTSO, Greece); Zouros Nikolaos (HTSO, Greece); Nikolopoulos Panagiotis (NTUA, Greece); Contaxi Eleftheria (NTUA, Greece);

oral 419

Consideration of Wind Farm Wake Effect in Power System Dynamic Simulation

Erlich Istvan (University of Duisburg, Germany); Koch Friedrich (University of Duisburg, Germany); Gresch Maximilian (University of Duisburg, Germany); Shewarega Fekadu (University of Duisburg, Germany); Bachmann Udo (Vatenfall Europe Transmission GmbH, Germany);

oral 487

Minimization of Imbalance Costs Trading Wind Power on the Short Term Power Market

Matevosyan Julija (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Söder Lennart (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden);

E-We-III
Chair:

Electromagnetic transients
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 16:20

oral 5 1

Simulation of the Secondary Arc Extinction at Overhead Transmission Lines under Single Phase Automatic Reclosing

Dmitriev M.V. (Saint-Petersburg State Technical University, Russian Federation); Evdokunin G.A. (SaintPetersburg State Technical University, Russian Federation); Gamilko V.A. (Saint-Petersburg State Technical University, Russian Federation);

oral 103

Compact 35 kV Overhead Lines with Covered Conductors

Podporkin Georgij (Streamer Electric Company, Russian Federation); Tikhodeev Nikolay (NIIPT, Russian Federation);

oral 356

Hysteresis Model in Transient Simulation Algorithm Based on BDF Numerical Method

Tokic Amir (University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina); Madzarevic Vlado (University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina); Uglesic Ivo (University of Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska));

oral 406

Numerical Analysis of Surge Phenomena in Three-Phase Network

Ulrych Bohus (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic); Mayer Daniel (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic);

oral 407

The Research of Ferroresonant Phenomena in Electric Circuits under Open-Phase Operating Conditions

Makarov Arkadi (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation); Komin Vadim (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation);

oral 427

Thermal Stability of Cables Metallic Covers in the Case of Double Earth Faults in Middle Voltage Networks

Budahs Martins (Latvenergo Power System, Latvia); Rozenkrons Janis (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Staltmanis Armands (Riga Technical University, Latvia);

oral 491

Equivalent Resistivity Approximation of Two-Layer Earth Structures for Earth Return Impedance Calculations

Tsiamitros Dimitrios (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Papagiannis Grigoris (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Dokopoulos Petros (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece);

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P-We-III
Chair:

Poster Session (IV)
Wednesday, June 29 14:00 - 18:00

poster 27 poster 50

Experiences with Power Quality Related Disturbances in Industrial Systems A Different Approach of Induced Voltage Impulse Traveling on Distribution Electric Lines with Corona Computation of Currents and Losses in the Shields of Cables

Unger Christian (Siemens, Germany);

Florea George (P&L Tehnorob S.A., Romania); Dragan Gleb (Romanian Academy, Romania);

poster 69

Vahidi B. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Shariati Nasab R. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Sadeghi S. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Raahemifar K. (Ryerson University, Canada);

poster 163

A Wavelet-Based Energy Profile Approach for Discrimination Between Fault and Inrush Current

Sheshyekani Keyhan (Amirkabir university of technology, Iran); Gharehpetian G. B. (Amirkabir university of technology, Iran);

poster 181

A Novel Method to Determine the Kind and Rating of Power Quality Solutions

Won Dong-Jun (University of Washington, United States); Chung Il-Yop (Korea University, Korea (South)); Ahn Seon-Ju (Seoul National University, Korea (South)); Moon Seung-Il (Seoul National University, Korea (South));

poster 226

Corrected Winding Eddy-Current Harmonic Loss Factor for Transformers Subject to Nonsinusoidal Load Currents

Elmoudi Asaad (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Matti Lehtonen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Nordman Hasse (ABB Transformers - Vaasa, Finland);

poster 241

Field trial of fault location on a distribution system using high frequency transients

Thomas David (The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom); Carvalho Ricardo (The University of Blumenau, Brazil); Pereira Elisete (University of Blumenau, Brazil); Christopoulos Christos (The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom);

poster 257

Comparison of Different Methods to Decrease the Harmonic Content of the Fault Current during Single-Phase to Ground Faults in Compensated Networks

Dan Andras M. (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Czira Zsuzsa (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Raisz David (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary);

poster 273

Probabilistic Assessment of Voltage Sag in Radial Distribution Networks

Rodrigues Anselmo (Federal University of Maranhao - UFMA, Brazil); Da Silva Maria (Federal University of Maranhao - UFMA, Brazil); Bordalo Ulisses (Federal University of Maranhao - UFMA, Brazil); Chavez Mirian (Federal University of Maranhao - UFMA, Brazil);

poster 307

Frequency characteristics of input admittances at network nodes to analyze harmonic modes

L. I. Kovernikova (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); S. S. Smirnov (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

poster 309

Harmonics-induced problems in theatrical-lighting installation: real-case measurements and proposed solutions.

Demoulias Charis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Samoladas Stylianos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Gouramanis Kostas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece);

poster 318

Punctured Insulator Examination of A String Insulator

Pattanadech Norasage (King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkraba, Thailand); Yutthagowit P. (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand);

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poster 353

Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Environment in High-Voltage Converter and Static VAR Compensator Stations Transient in the Operation of Induction and Synchronous Motors with Vacuum Switches

Jaekel Bernd (Siemens AG, Automation and Drives, Germany);

poster 359

Vahidi B. (Amirkabir University of Thechnology, Iran); Tavakoli M. R. B. (Amirkabir University of Thechnology, Iran); Hashemifar S.H. (Amirkabir University of Thechnology, Iran); Raahemifar K. (Ryerson University, Canada);

poster 362 poster 404

A New Index for On Line Critical Voltage Calculation of Heavily Loaded Feeders Optimization of Electromagnetic Shielding of Induction Device for Isothermic Stirring

Polycarpou Alexis (UWE, Bristol, United Kingdom); Nouri Hassan (UWE, Bristol, United Kingdom);

Mach Martin (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic); Karban Pavel (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic); Ulrych Bohus (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic); Dolezel Ivo (Institut of Electrical Engineering, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic);

poster 405

Design of Power Magnetic Chute Separator and Minimization of its External Magnetic Field

Doleћel Ivo (Czech technical university, Czech Republic); Karban Pavel (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic); Ulrych Bohuљ (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic);

poster 408

Stochastic Assessment of Voltage Dips (Sags): The Method of Fault Positions versus a Monte Carlo Simulation Approach

Olguin Gabriel (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Karlsson Daniel (GOTHIA POWER A.B., Sweden); Leborgne Roberto (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden);

poster 429

A Unified Power Quality Conditioner for Wide Load Range: Practical Design and Experimental Results

Prieto Thomas Jaime (University of Huelva, Spain); Salmerón Revuelta Patricio (University of Huelva, Spain); Sanchez Herrera Reyes (University of Huelva, Spain);

poster 433

Voltage Dips Influence Zone and Propagation through the Industrial Faciliy

Goic Ranko (University of Split, FESB, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Mudnic Eugen (University of Split, FESB, Croatia (Hrvatska)); Lovric Marko (HEP Transmission System Operator, Croatia (Hrvatska));

poster 437

Distribution Transformer Impulse Test –Comments

De Salles Credson (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Bachega R.J. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Martinez M.L.B. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil);

poster 455

Transients Attendant on Filter-Compensating Capacitive Units Switching-off

Balyberdin Leonid (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Krajchik Ury (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Kutsenko Boris (Saint-Petersburg Machine-building Institute, Russian Federation); Suslova Olga (NIIPT, Russian Federation);

poster 465

Resonance Overvoltages in Electric Power Networks

Belan Anton (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic); Eleschova Zaneta (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic); Smola Miroslav (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic);

poster 479 poster 565

Analysis of Voltage Dips in Power System - Case of Study A Methodological Proposal for Monitoring, Analyzing and Estimating Power Quality Indices: the case of Bogotб-Colombia

Tesarova Miloslava (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic);

Gallego Vega Luis Eduardo (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia); Torres H. (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia); Pavas F.A. (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia); Urrutia D.F. (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia); Cajamarca G.A. (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia); Rondón D. (National University of Colombia PAAS UN, Colombia);

poster 577

Introduction to Conducted Electromagnetic Emission from Inverted-Fed Induction Motor Drives according to the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Requireme
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Souza Leandro (Fundacão de Ciencia e Tecnologia - CIENTEC, Brazil); Braga Rodrigo (Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Libano Fausto (Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil);

poster 590

Frequency-Dependent Transmission Line Analyses Using Clarke Extended Methodology

Campos J. C. C. (Unicamp, Brazil); Pissolato Filho J. (Unicamp, Brazil); Prado A. J. (State University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Kurokawa S. (State University of Sao Paulo, Brazil);

poster 599

Influence of electrical aging on the properties of Cross-Linked Polyethylene use as electrical insulation on underground Power Cables Numerical simulation of the discharges in the insulating interfaces: Search for a fractal dimension

Medjdoub Abdallah (Universite Of BEJAIA, Algeria); Boubakeur A. (Ecole Nationale polytechnique, Algeria);

poster 632

Rahmani Ouarda (University of Bejaia, Algeria); Boubakeur A. (Ecole National Polytechnique, Algeria); Zerguerras A. (Ecole National Polytechnique, Algeria);

poster 662

Implementation of Gas Detection System for Hydrogen Gas Dissolved in Oil

Seo Ho-Joon (Department of Electrical Engineering, Suwon University, Korea (South)); Hwang Kyu-Htyn (Department of Electrical Engineering, Suwon University, Korea (South)); Rhie Dong-Hee (Department of Electrical Engineering, Suwon University, Korea (South));

poster 664

A Power Quality Compensation Device for Interacting AC-DC Railway

Battistelli Luigi (Universitа degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy); Caramia Pierluigi (Universitа degli Studi di Cassino, Italy); Carpinelli Guido (Universitа degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy); Lauria Davide (Universitа degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy); Proto Daniela (Universitа degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy);

A-We-IV
Chair:

Electricity markets
Wednesday, June 29 16:00 - 18:00

oral 319

Short-Term Planning and Operating Conditions Optimization of Power Systems under Market Conditions

Babkin Dmitriy (Interconnected Dispatching Office for the Central Power System (IDO for Centre PS), Russian Federation); Milovanova Ksenia (System Energy Laboratory Ltd., Hungary);

oral 357

A GAME THEORY SIMULATOR FOR ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCES OF COMPETITIVE ELECTRICITY MARKETS

Bompard Ettore (Politecnic di Torino, Italy); Carpaneto Enrico (Politecnic di Torino, Italy); Gao Ciwei (Politecnic di Torino, Italy); Napoli Roberto (Politecnic di Torino, Italy); Benini Michele (CESI S.p.A., Italy); Gallanti Massimo (CESI S.p.A., Italy); Migliavacca Gianluigi (CESI S.p.A., Italy);

oral 545

Emissions trading impact on the power industry with application to the Iberian Electricity Market

Sousa Jorge (ISEL, Portugal); Pinto Bruno (EDP, Portugal); Rosa Nuno (EDP, Portugal); Mendes Victor (ISEL, Portugal); Barroso José Eduardo (E.Value, Ltd, Portugal);

oral 587

Market Clearing Price Discovery in a Single and Double-Side Auction Market Mechanisms: Linear Programming Solution

Gutierrez Guillermo (Iowa State University, United States); Quinonez J. (Instituto Tecnológico de Morelia, Mexico); Sheblé G. B. (Iowa State University, United States);

oral 685 oral 720

New requirements and approaches to the long-term forecasting of electricity prices Important Practical Considerations in Designing an FTR Market

Kononov Dmitry (Energy Systems Institute of RAS, Russian Federation);

Treinen Roger (ECCO International, United States); Papalexopoulos Alex (ECCO International, United States);

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Lightning
Wednesday, June 29 16:00 - 18:00
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oral 2 7

Measured Faults during Lightning Storms

Heine Pirjo (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Turunen Jukka (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Lehtonen Matti (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland); Oikarinen Arvo (Graninge Kainuu, Finland);

oral 4 7

Surge protection for low voltage power supplies in case of direct lightning strikes - testing of complete systems

Birkl Josef (DEHN + SOHNE GMBH + Co. KG, Germany); Zahlmann Peter (DEHN + SOHNE GMBH + Co. KG, Germany);

oral 108

Breakdown characteristics of MV distribution and electric traction lines insulators stressed by standard and short tail lightning impulses

Ancajima A. (University of Piura, Italy); Baran I. (University “Politehnica”of Bucarest, Romania); Costea M. (University “Politehnica”of Bucarest, Romania); Carrus A. (University of Roma, Italy); Cinieri E. (University of l’Aquila, Italy); Dragan G. (University “Politehnica”of Bucarest, Romania); Mazzetti Carlo (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy);

oral 346

Influence of Grounding System Modeling on Transient Analysis of Transmission Lines due to Direct Lightning Strike

Vargas Mauricio (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Rondon Daniel (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Herrera Javier (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Montana Johny (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Torres Horacio (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Jimenez Diana (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Camargo Martha (National University of Colombia, Colombia); Delgadillo Andres (National University of Colombia, Colombia);

oral 378 oral 508

A Model of Protection Of Earthed Structures by Means of Lightning Rod Conductors Lightning Performance Improvement Method Applied to AES-Eletropaulo Utility 13.8kV Medium Voltage Distribution

Ait-Amar Sonia (HELITA, France); Berger Gerard (LPGP, France);

Guilherme Bueno De Souza Hamilton (AES-Eletropaulo, Brazil); Mineta C. T. N. (AES-Eletropaulo, Brazil); Monteiro A. J. (AES-Eletropaulo, Brazil); Alves J. M. (AES-Eletropaulo, Brazil); Henrique Mendonca Dos Santos Pedro (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Bachega R. J. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Martinez M. L. B. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil);

oral 633

Protection model of an horizontal lightning conductor in the case of earth discontinuity

Rahmani Allaoua (University of Bejaia, Algeria); Boubakeur A. (Ecole National Polytechnique, Algeria); Brouri H. (Ecole National Polytechnique, Algeria);

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Power system transient stability analysis
Wednesday, June 29 16:00 - 18:00

oral 3 4 oral 192 oral 426

Equivalent Reduced Order Systems trough Generalized Selective Modal Analysis Power System Stability Assessment for Current States of the System Robust Computation of the Controlling Unstable Equilibrium Point in Transient Stability Analysis

Barquin Julian (Comillas University, Spain);

Avramenko Vladimir N. (Institute of Electodynamics of the National Academy of sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine);

Sechi Nazareno Ivo (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Costa Alberto Luis Fernando (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Bretas Newton Geraldo (University of São Paulo, Brazil);

oral 489

Investigation of Torsional Dynamics Caused by the Short-Circuits and Commutations in the Network

Shuhati Hamid (SPbSTU, Russian Federation); Kuhmai Andrey (SPbSTU, Russian Federation); Smolovik Serguei (SPbSTU, Russian Federation);

oral 497

An Extended Energy Function for voltage and transient stability analysis considering voltage dependent active loads
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Guedes Renato (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Silva Flavio (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Alberto Luis (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Bretas Newton (University of São Paulo, Brazil);

oral 529

A Comprehensive Tool for Evaluation of Critical Electromechanical Oscillation Modes in Very Large Power Systems with Optimal Location and Tuning of PSS

Canever Daniele (CESI, Italy); Cazzol M.V. (CESI, Italy); Gaglioti E. (CESI, Italy);

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Renewable energy sources
Wednesday, June 29 16:00 - 18:00

oral 9 3 oral 133

Dynamic Simulation tool for House-Energy-Supply-Systems Financial Evaluation of Renewable Energy Source Production in Microgrids Markets Using Probabilistic Analysis

Becker Roland (University of Dortmund, Germany); Handschin Edmund (University of Dortmund, Germany);

Tsikalakis Antonios (National technical University of Athens, Greece); Hatziargyriou Nikos (National technical University of Athens, Greece);

oral 197

Teaching Water Power Plants Using an E-Learning System

Hadzi-Kostova Biljana (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany); Styczynski Zbigniew (Otto-vonGuericke University Magdeburg, Germany);

oral 268

A New Suggestion for Distributed Generation with Social and Environmental Profits in Small Power Plants using Renewable Energy Sources

Fortes Marcio (Severino Sombra University, Brazil); Gouvea Marcos (São Paulo University, Brazil); Tahan Carlos (São Paulo University, Brazil); Fortes Fabio (Anhembi Morumbi University, Brazil);

oral 575

Investigation of the Effects of Transmission Faults upon a Renewable Energy Generating Plant

Conroy James (University College Dublin, Ireland); Watson Rick (University College Dublin, Ireland);

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Heuristic methods application to Power System
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 10:40

oral 130

Consideration of Ramp Rate Constraints in Unit Commitment Using Simulated Annealing

Simopoulos Dimitris (National Technical University of Athens, Greece); Kavatza Stavroula (National Technical University of Athens, Greece);

oral 301

Genetic Algorithm and Decision Tree based Oscillatory Stability Assessment

Teeuwsen Simon P. (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Erlich Istvan (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); El-Sharkawi Mohamed A. (University of Washington, United States); Bachmann Udo (Vattenfall Europe Transmission GmbH, Germany);

oral 551

Comparison of Two Heuristic Approaches to Hydro Unit Commitment

Ohishi Takaaki (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Santos Erinaldo (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Arce Encina Anastacio (Itaipu Binacional, Paraguay); Kadowaki Makoto (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Cicogna Marcelo (State University of Campinas, Brazil); Soares Secundino (State University of Campinas, Brazil);

oral 637

Synchronous Generator parameters estimation using genetic algorithm via dc-decay field tests

Jahromi Majid Esmi (Azad University, Iran); Rasouli Mohammad (Niroo Research Institute, Iran); Ranjbar Ali Mohammad (Sharif University, Iran);

oral 655

Coordinated Allocation and Control of Voltage Regulators based on Reactive Tabu Search

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Sugimoto Junjiro (Tokyo Metropolitan Univerisity, Japan); Yokoyama R. (Tokyo Metropolitan Univerisity, Japan); Fukuyama Y. (Fuji Electric Co., Japan); Silva V.V.R. (Universidade Federal de Sao Joao del Rei, Brazil); Sasaki H. (Hiroshima University, Japan);

B-Th-I
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Power system insulation (I)
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 10:40

oral 3 2

Dielectric Breakdown Strength of Silicone Gel under Various Environmental Conditions

Finis Gernot (University Kassel, Germany); Claudi Albert (University Kassel, Germany); Malin Gerold (free Consultant, Germany);

oral 109

Statistical approach to the insulation coordination of medium and high voltage cable lines

Marzinotto Massimo (University, Italy); Mazzetti Carlo (University, Italy); Schiaffino Prospero (Private Consultant, Italy);

oral 110 oral 129

On the application of 'the enlargement law' to cable lines A practical implementation of statistical principles to select insulators with respect to polluted conditions on overhead a.c. lines.

Marzinotto Massimo (University of Rome, Italy);

Gutman Igor (STRI AB, Sweden); Engelbrecht Christiaan (KEMA T&D Consulting, Netherlands); Hartings Ralf (STRI AB, Sweden);

oral 176

Dielectric spectra of elastomeric materials filled with ferroelectric ceramic powder

Gefle Olga (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Lebedev Serguei (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Volokhin Vladislaw (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Tkachenko Serguei (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Cherkashina Elena (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation);

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FACTS
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 10:40

oral 5 4

EXPERIENCE WITH WIDE AREA MONITORING AND FACTS CONTROL IN A REAL TIME SIMULATOR

Sauvain Hubert (University of Western Switzerland, Switzerland); Westermann Dirk (Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany);

oral 277

Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Measurements near FACTS Devices

Kasten Donald (The Ohio State University, United States); Cramer Brian (Electric Power Research Institute, United States);

oral 368

The Mathematical Model of Flexible Transmission Systems on the Magnetic Bias Controlled Reactors Basis

Makarov Arkadi (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation); Talamanov Oleg (Ivanovo State Power University, Russian Federation); Kuznethova Marina (Irkutsk Railway Transport University, Russian Federation);

oral 667

A novel strategy for selection of the optimal number and location of UPFC devices in deregulated electric power systems

Ippolito Lucio (University of Salerno, Italy);

D-Th-I
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Distributed generation (I)
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 10:40

oral 107

Voltage Control Availability of Distributed Generators in Power Distribution System

Nara Koichi (Ibaraki University, Japan); Ishizu Shota (Ibaraki University, Japan); Mishima Yuji (Ibaraki University, Japan);
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oral 134

Integration of distributed generation in the networks of Latvian power system

Krishans Zigurds (Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvian Academy of Science, Latvia); Mutule Anna (Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvian Academy of Science, Latvia); Kutjuns Anton (Joint Venture of Estonia-LatviaLithuania Baltic Power Systems Control Centre Ltd., Latvia);

oral 237

Simulation system for the coordination of decentralized energy conversion plants on basis of a distributed data base system Using Dynamic Simulation to Study the Penetration level of Distributed Energy Resources

Uphaus Frank (University of Dortmund, Germany); Handschin Edmund (University of Dortmund, Germany);

oral 259

Thong Vu Van (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium); Van Dommelen Daniel (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium); Driesen Johan (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium); Belmans Ronnie (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium);

oral 351

Unintentional islanding in distribution grids with a high penetration of inverter-based distributed generation: Probability for islanding and protection methods

Bruendlinger Roland (arsenal research, Austria); Bletterie Benoit (arsenal research, Austria);

E-Th-I
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Relay protection
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 10:40

oral 4 8

Post-Fault Analysis of Operation of Distance Protective Relays of Power Transmission Lines

Izykowski Jan (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Rosolowski Eugeniusz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland); Saha Murari (ABB, Sweden);

oral 364

Application of Percentage Cross Differential Relay in EHV Double Lines

Wang Qingping (Tsinghua University, China); Dong Xinzhou (Tsinghua University, China); Bo Zhiqian (AREVA T&D, United Kingdom); Caunce Ben (AREVA T&D, United Kingdom); Apostolov Alex (AREVA T&D, United States);

oral 400

Compensated Current Differential Relay for Y-ҐД Transformer Protection

Kang Yong-Cheol (Chonbuk National University, Korea (South)); Jin En-Shu (Chonbuk National University, Korea (South)); Lee Byung-Eun (Chonbuk National University, Korea (South)); Kang Sang-Hee (Myongji University, Korea (South)); Kim Yong-Gyun (Hankook IED Inc., Korea (South)); Crossley Peter (The Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom);

oral 548

DISTANCE RELAYS OPRATION DURING THE AUGUST 2003 NORTHAMERICAN BLACKOUT AND METHODS FOR IMPROVEMENT Directional relay for EHV transmission lines using positive sequence fault components

Apostolov Alexander (AREVA T&D Automation, United States);

oral 595

Gao Houlei (Shandong University, China); Crossley Peter (Queen’s University, United Kingdom);

P-Th-I
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Poster Session (V)
Thursday, June 30 9:00 - 13:00

poster 46

Practical diagnosis of induction machines operated in a power plant auxiliariews

Rams Witold (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland); Rusek Jan (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland);

poster 91 poster 217

A Frequency Domain Analysis of Space-Vector Modulated Waveforms for B4 VSI Direct Analysis of the Steady-State Behaviour of Power Conversion Systems

Klima Jiri (Tecnical Faculty of CZU in Prague, Czech Republic);

Bellini Armando (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy); Bifaretti Stefano (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy);
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poster 281

The Premature Degradation of Ion Exchangers Resins Used In the Water Treatment for Steam Generators and the Evaluation of Its Consequences Considerations about the Maintenance in Electrical Networks Life Asset Management of the Electrical Components in Medium-Voltage Networks

Bolma A. (National Insitute for Energy Research and Development, Romania);

poster 283 poster 304

Gondres Israel (University of Camagüey, Cuba); Lajes Santiago (University of Camagüey, Cuba);

Zhang Xiang (University of Hanover, Germany); Gockenbach Ernst (University of Hanover, Germany); Borsi Hossein (University of Hanover, Germany);

poster 349

Evaluating Reliability of Distributed Generation with Analytical Techniques

Lee Jun-Kyung (Hanyang University, Korea (South)); Bae In-Su (Hanyang University, Korea (South)); Jung Hyun-Soo (Hanyang University, Korea (South)); Kim Jin-O (Hanyang University, Korea (South));

poster 520

The influence of failures of a multiphase p.m. synchronous generator and a static voltage converter system on the generator electromagnetic torque

Danilevicz Yanush (Institute for basic researches in Electric power engineering, Russian Federation); Drozdowski Piotr (Cracov Universtity of Technology, Poland); Mazgaj Witold (Cracov Universtity of Technology, Poland); Sobczyk Tadeusz (Cracov Universtity of Technology, Poland); Szular Zbigniew (Cracov Universtity of Technology, Poland);

poster 537 poster 539

Tool for Evaluation of Generating System Reliability and its Applications Next Step in Application of Transmission and Distribution System Reliability Analysis

Paska Józef (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland);

Paska Józef (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland); Salek Mariusz (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland); Surma Tomasz (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland);

poster 572

Distribution Transformers Performance

Pereira Cardoso Bruno (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); De Salles C. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); Martinez M. L. B. (Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil); De Oliveira H. R. P. M. (Distribuidora Gaúcha de Energia S.A., Brazil);

poster 576

New Topology Supply for the Single-Phase Induction Motor – A Simple Soft Starter

Neri Jr. Almir (University of Campinas, Brazil); Lyra Ana (University of Campinas, Brazil); Burian Jr. Yaro (University of Campinas, Brazil);

poster 592

A New Approach to Direct Torque Control Strategy With Minimization Torque Pulsations In Permanent Magnets Synchronous Machines Three-phase Harmonic Compensation Using the Sliding DFT Algorithm Models for estimation of power shortage in electric power systems

Rekioua Djamila (university of bejaia, Algeria); Rekioua Toufik (university of bejaia, Algeria);

poster 638 poster 679

Sozanski Krzysztof (University of Zielona Gora, Poland);

Lebedeva L. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Kovalev G. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation); Zorkaltsev V. (Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation);

poster 694

TWO WAYS (AC-DC-AC or AC-AC) TRANSMISSION CONVERTION BY FACTS TECHNIQUE

Ali-Zade P. (Near East University, Turkey); Ustun O. (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey); Radjabli K. (KEMA Consulting, United States); Ali-Zade K. (Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan);

A-Th-II
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SCADA
Thursday, June 30 11:00 - 13:00

oral 127

Dispersed Generation Modelling in SCADA Time Scale

Matics Jens (University Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Krost Gerhard (University Duisburg-Essen, Germany); Roggatz Carsten (DUtrain GmbH, Germany); Spanel Udo (DUtrain GmbH, Germany);
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oral 344

Identification of the Topology of Power System Networks Based on Past History and Mixed Integer Inequalities

Hassaine Yacine (RTE, French Transmission System Operator, France); Delourme Benoit (RTE, French Transmission System Operator, France); Panciatici Patrick (RTE, French Transmission System Operator, France); Walter Eric (Supelec - Universite Paris-Sud, France);

oral 374

State Estimation Technique for Distribution Networks

Meldorf Mati (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Treufeldt Ülo (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia); Kilter Jako (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia);

oral 383

The centralized system for processing and display the emergency information from various microprocessor devices

Asanbaev Ju.A. (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Gorelik T.G. (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Lobanov S.V. (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Filatov V.G. (NIIPT, Russian Federation);

oral 562 oral 645

Component Technology for Modeling Power Networks in an Integrated DMS Robust Topology Determination Based on Additional Substation Data from IEDs

Pereira Jorge (INESC Porto and FEP.UP, Portugal); Lucus Bogdan (INESC Porto, Portugal);

Kezunovic Mladen (Texas A&M University, United States); Djokic T. (Texas A&M University, United States); Kostic T. (ABB, Switzerland);

B-Th-II
Chair:

Power system insulation (II)
Thursday, June 30 11:00 - 13:00

oral 177

Field dependence of the complex permittivity of filled composites

Gefle Olga (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Lebedev Serguei (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Volokhin Vladislaw (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Tkachenko Serguei (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation); Cherkashina Elena (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation);

oral 306

V-t Characteristics of Distribution Insulators Under Steep Front, Short Duration Pulse

Grzybowski Stanislaw (Mississippi State University, United States); Kappenman John (Metatech Corporation, United States); Radasky William (Metatech Corporation, United States);

oral 355

Application of Statistical Principles of Insulator Dimensioning with Respect to Polluted Conditions to Select Line Insulators Based on Test Station Results Protection of MV Covered Conductor Lines against Overvoltages and Fault Arcs

Gutman Igor (STRI, Sweden); Vosloo Wallace L. (ESKOM, South Africa);

oral 525

Ban Gabor (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Prikler Laszlo (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Fogarasi Ildiko (VEIKI VNL Ltd., Hungary); Hajos Imre (E.ON Dedasz Ltd., Hungary);

oral 670

Methods of Statistical Dimensioning of the Outdoor Insulation with Respect to Polluted Conditions

Gutman Igor (STRI AB, Sweden); Solomonik Evgenij (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Tikhodeev Nikolay (NIIPT, Russian Federation); Vladimirsky Lev (NIIPT, Russian Federation);

oral 687

Return Voltage Measurements - a Good Tool for the Diagnosis of Paper-Oil Insulations

Patsch Rainer (University of Siegen, Germany); Kouzmine Oleg (University of Siegen, Germany);

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Impact of FACTS on power system Dynamics
Thursday, June 30 11:00 - 13:00

oral 2 9

Power Flow Control on 345 kV Lines with the 200 MVA Convertible Static Compensator

Shperling B. (NYPA, United States); Sun J. (NYPA, United States); Bhattacharya S. (Siemens PT&D, United States);
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oral 125 oral 271

Series Capacitors for Facilitating of Long Distance AC Power Transmission An improvement of Russian long-length AC electrical energy transmission systems by implementation of Controllable Shunt Reactors Closed-Loop Stability-Enhancing Control of Shunt FACTS Devices Using Phasor Measurements

Grunbaum Rolf (ABB Power Technologies, Sweden); Samuelsson Jan (ABB Power Technologies, Sweden);

Smirnov Alexander (SPbSTU, Russian Federation); Smolovik Serguei (SPbSTU, Russian Federation);

oral 312

Bialek Janusz (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Machowski Jan (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland);

oral 490

Application of FACTS Devices for Damping of Power System Oscillations

Sadikovic Rusejla (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland); Korba Petr (ABB Switzerland Ltd., Switzerland); Andersson Goran (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland);

oral 516

Application of the direct Lyapunov method for optimum control of a UPFC

Azbe Valentin (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia); Mihalic Rafael (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia);

D-Th-II
Chair:

Distributed generation (II)
Thursday, June 30 11:00 - 13:00

oral 363

Investigation Into the Impact of Embeded Generators on Distribution System Performance Using Theoreum of Superposition

Ciric Rade M. (Global Power Technologies Ltd, Serbia and Montenegro); Nouri Hassan (UWE, Bristol, United Kingdom); Antonio Padilha Feltrin (UNESP Ilha Solteira, Brazil);

oral 384

Defining Control Strategies for Analysing MicroGrids Islanded Operation

Pecas Lopes Joao Abel (INESC Porto, Portugal); Leal Moreira Carlos (INESC Porto, Portugal); Guimarães Madureira Andre (INESC Porto, Portugal);

oral 492

A Case Study of the Impacts of Small Hydro Power Plants on the Power Distribution Network with the Combination of On Load Tap Changers

Lettas Nikos (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Dagoumas Athanasios ( Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Papagiannis Grigorios (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Dokopoulos Petros (Aristotle University of Thessa, Greece); Zafirakis Asterios (Public Power Corporation of Greece S.A., Greece); Fachouridis Spyros (Public Power Corporation of Greece S.A., Greece);

oral 517

A Modeling and Optimization Approach for Multiple Energy Carrier Power Flow

Geidl Martin (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland); Andersson Göran (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland);

oral 543

Transient Stability Impacts of a ‘Vertical-to-Horizontal’ Transformation of Power Systems

Reza Muhamad (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Gibescu Madeleine (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Schavemaker Pieter (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Kling Wil (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands); Van Der Sluis Lou (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands);

oral 574

Islanding Detection for Distributed Generation

Ding Xiaolin (Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom); Crossley Peter (Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom);

E-Th-II
Chair:

Power electronics
Thursday, June 30 11:00 - 13:00

oral9

Modeling of Switching and Conduction Losses in Three-Phase SPWM VSC Using Switching Function Concept

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Hosseini Aghdam M.G. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran); Gharehpetian G. B. (Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran);

oral 9 4 oral 140

Analyzation Tools with Parameter Modification in Field of Power Electronics Unsymmetrical operation of a DIPFC to reduce network interactions

Brenner Eberhard (University of Applied Sciences Dresden, Germany);

Herold Gerhard (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Ebner Gunter (University of ErlangenNuremberg, Germany);

oral 218

Comparison between Sinusoidal PWM and Space Vector Modulation Techniques for NPC Inverters

Bellini Armando (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy); Bifaretti Stefano (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy);

oral 341

High-performance Single-phase High-power Active Front-End

Liccardo Felice (Seconda Universitа degli Studi di Napoli, Italy); Marino Pompeo (Seconda Universitа degli Studi di Napoli, Italy); Schiano Castrese (Seconda Universitа degli Studi di Napoli, Italy);

oral 614

Testing Procedures for Substation Functional Circuits using Intelligent Systems: A Practical and Educational Approach

Lambert-Torres Germano (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil); Moraes Carlos Henrique (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil); Cintra Andre (EDP - Bandeirante Power System, Brazil); Borges Da Silva Luiz Eduardo (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil); Haddad Jamil (Federal University at Itajuba, Brazil);

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