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Investigation on the Suitability of Equivalent Models of Subtransmission Level for Security Analyses at Transmission Level

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This paper deals with methodical investigations about the suitability and needed demand of equivalent models of the subtransmission level for security analyses in the transmission network. Based on available public data the investigations are carried out in a detailed and cross-voltage network model of the German transmission system with underlaying realistic distribution grids. The examined equivalents are built with the Extended Ward approach. As the results show, the (n-1) system state of the transmission grid is accurately achievable by the equivalents even for different grid structures and power flow cases. A created equivalent can also be adapted to all (n-0) power flow cases in the distribution grid reducing the number of needed equivalents. Moreover, for representing (n-1) distribution line outages with potential impact on the transmission system a low two-digit number of equivalents is needed.

Author(s):

Sebastian Liemann    
ie³, TU Dortmund
Germany

Marco Greve    
ef.Ruhr GmbH
Germany

Simon Ohrem    
Innogy SE
Germany

Marc Linders    
Innogy SE
Germany

Theresa Noll    
Westnetz GmbH
Germany

Christian Rehtanz    
ie³, TU Dortmund
Germany

 

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