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Advances in Electric Power and Energy

Static State Estimation

El-Hawary, Mohamed E. (Herausgeber)

IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering


1. Auflage Januar 2021
512 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-48046-4
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A guide to the role of static state estimation in the mitigation of potential system failures

With contributions from a noted panel of experts on the topic, Advances in Electric Power and Energy: Static State Estimation addresses the wide-range of issues concerning static state estimation as a main energy control function and major tool for evaluating prevailing operating conditions in electric power systems worldwide.

This book is an essential guide for system operators who must be fully aware of potential threats to the integrity of their own and neighboring systems. The contributors provide an overview of the topic and review common threats such as cascading black-outs to model-based anomaly detection to the operation of micro-grids and much more. The book also includes a discussion of an effective mathematical programming approach to state estimation in power systems. Advances in Electric Power and Energy reviews the most recent developments in the field and:
* Offers an introduction to the topic to help non-experts (and professionals) get up-to-date on static state estimation
* Covers the essential information needed to understand power system state estimation written by experts on the subject
* Discusses a mathematical programming approach

Written for electric power system planners, operators, consultants, power system software developers, and academics, Advances in Electric Power and Energy is the authoritative guide to the topic with contributions from experts who review the most recent developments.

Chapter 1: Introduction

M. E. El-Hawary

Chapter 2 : State estimation in power systems based on a mathematical programming approach

Eduardo Caro and Araceli Hern´andez

Chapter 3: System Stress and Cascading Blackouts

Hyde M. Merrill and James W. Felte

Chapter 4 : Model-based anomaly detection for power system state estimation

Aditya Ashok, Manimaran Govindarasu, and Venkataramana Ajjarapu

Chapter 5 : Protection, Control and Operation of Microgrids

A P Sakis Meliopoulos, Yu Liu Sungyun Choi, and George J Cokkinides

Chapter 6: Distributed Robust Power System State Estimation

Vassilis Kekatos; H. Zhu , G. Wang, and Georgios B. Giannakis

Chapter 7: Robust Wide-Area Fault Visibility and Structural Observability in Power Systems with Synchronized Measurement Units

Mert Korkali

Chapter 8: A Hybrid Robust Power System State Estimator with Unknown Measurement Noise

Junbo Zhao; Lamine Mili; and Massimo La Scala

Chapter 9: Least-Trimmed-Absolute-Value State estimator

Ibrahim Omar Habiballah, and Yuanhai Xia

Chapter 10 : Probabilistic State Estimation in Distribution Networks

Bernd Brinkmann; and Michael Negnevisky

Chapter 11: Advanced distribution system state estimation in multi-area architectures

Marco Pau, Paolo Attilio Pegoraro, Ferdinanda Ponci, and Sara Sulis

Chapter 12: Hierarchical Multi-Area State Estimation

Ye Guo; Lang Tong; Wenchuan Wu; Hongbin Sun; Boming Zhang

Chapter 13: Parallel Domain-Decomposition-Based Distributed State Estimation for Large-Scale Power Systems

Hadis Karimipour; Venkata Dinavahi

Chapter 14: Dishonest Gauss Newton method based power system state estimation on a GPU

Md. Ashfaqur Rahman; and Ganesh Kumar Venayagamoorthy
MOHAMED E. EL-HAWARY, PHD, is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Dalhousie University. He is also the Editor for the IEEE Press Power Engineering Series. He has published multiple books with Wiley-IEEE Press, including Principles of Electric Machines with Power Electronic Applications, Second Edition, and Electrical Power Systems: Design and Analysis.

M. E. El-Hawary, Dalhousie University