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IEC 61850 allows the replacement of conventional wire based systems to communication based system with local area network. Since new engineering processes are introduced in substation, the specifications and tools are required combined with new skills across the substation engineering. In order to construct the IEC 61850 based substation automation system, the IED engineering tools as an engineering means are necessary to cope with the substation automation by full digital devices in the real power systems. Compared the configuration tools provided IEDs vendors which are able to support the operation and communication analysis between IEDs, the XML based IED integration engineering tools as substation engineering tools which are developed can build, edit and save the ICD, SCL and CID files. Particularly, the substation engineering tools are possible to apply the IEC 61850 based IEDs for the engineering process of systems and also provide the reliability and efficiency of system for the utilities and manufacturers. The developed tools are applied to test and create the SCL files for domestic-made IEDs, and then compared with the conventional tools. The reliability including accuracy of results was proved.

KEYWORDS

IEC 61850, Substation Engineering Tools, IEC 61850 Schema Library, Substation Automation System

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Y. Kim, J. Han, Y. Lee, Y. An and I. Song -Development of IEC61850 Based Substation Engineering Tools with IEC61850 Schema Library,- Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2011, pp. 271-277. doi: 10.4236-sgre.2011.23030.





Autor: Yong Hak Kim, Jeon Yeol Han, You Jin Lee, Yong Ho An, In Jun Song

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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