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ABB, Bangalore Substation

10th March 2008 Automation


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ABB
Todays Presentation

From substation control and protection to Substation Automation

From modern to intelligent Substation Automation

System Architectures

Functional Structures

Application examples

Features and Benefits


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Executive Summary

IT based solutions for protection and control offer cost effective


measures to counteract large area system disturbances
Effective fault location is mandatory for faster finding and fixing of
problems
Integrated numerical protection & control allows automated power
restoration and load shedding
Substation Automation offers a cost effective infrastructure for
implementing on-line condition monitoring of assets
On-line condition monitoring reduces maintenance costs
Voltage instability prediction is a new approach for early indication
voltage collapses and enables to work plants and systems harder
Integrated asset management improves overall utility performance and
productivity
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General Principles of Substation Automation

The general principles of the substation operation have


not changed, since their developing days. Therefore the
control and protection tasks remain the same.

The objective of modern substation automation (SA) is to


solve these tasks in a more efficient and economical way
by using state of the art information technologies (IT) and
to provide more functionality to work plant and systems
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Complete Range of Integrated Solutions

Business
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Functional Structure of Modern SA

Functions Allocation
Scalable System Extensions
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Design Principles of Modern SA

Features Benefits

Mainstream Hardware Less inventories and spare parts


Mainstream Software platforms Less training & Familiarisation
Integrated SA System Less Hardware and panels
Control Less operation and maintenance
Monitoring (protection)
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costs
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Bus (serial) communication equipment
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for communication costs
Compact design Less testing and commissioning
Decentralised system structure costs
closer to process Less space and civil works
No conventional mimic board
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ABB
Highlights of Modern SA

Features Benefits

Numerical protection Easy to use and to customise


Numerical control Efficient operation
Safe interlocking Avoiding errors
Less hazards and breaks
Self supervision Reduction of operation costs
Modern MMI
Increasing availability
Operator guidance
Reducing maintenance costs
Maintenance support
Higher power quality
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ABB
Enhanced Functionality of Modern SA

Features Benefits

Process status information Better planning


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monitoring Efficient trouble shooting
SA System status information All information at one glance
Events and Alarms evaluation
Better monitoring
Disturbance records
Trends and calculations Supports operation decisions
Reports Efficient asset management
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Intelligent Substation Automation

Functional Structure Functions Allocation


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Intelligent SA: Features and Benefits

Features Benefits

Bus (serial) communication Further reduction in yard


to primary equipment cabling and installation costs

Intelligent primary equipment More information from primary


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locally in primary equipment Operation enhancements
Reducing operation and
maintenance costs

Less primary equipment costs


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Intelligent SA: Control, Protection and Sensors

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Monitoring via IEDs for Protection

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Limited amount of data RP570/571 Master - Slave, multidrop


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Network Control Link Measurands 1200 Bit/s (order of seconds)
Future links with Throughput 600 Bit/s
>64 kBit/s

High data traffic for MMI TCP/IP No master, event driven


Binary signals, Commands, 10 Mbit/s Response times 1 ? s
Station Bus Measurands (de facto Throughput 800 kBit/s
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Soft real-time requirement LON No master, event driven


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Switching sequences Load prediction
Interbay Bus Time synchronisation 1 ms Response times 8..20 ms/HPS
Binary signals, commands, others <800 ms
Measurand Throughput 30 kBit/s

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analogs as phasors, used for (adaptable)
Time synchronisation 50 s REB500 900 kBit/s
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Event Processing

Recording and time stamping of events


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Alarm Processing

Recording and time stamping of alarms

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ABB
Recording of Trends and Alarm Generation

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Diagnostic: Fault Recording and Evaluation

Automatic
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ABB
Automation Examples

Situation Objective Method


Short circuit or overload Selective fault clearance Numerical protection

Power shortage Power supply maintained Load shedding

Power restored Power supply restored Reconnect consumers

Load variations Power quality maintained Control transformers

Operation under stress Safe switching Automatic switching


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Transient earth faults Short power interrupts Auto-reclosures


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ABB
Integration into Communication Networks

Protection / Operation / Planning / Asset


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ABB Remote Control via Network Control Centre (NCC)
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Mo 12. 11. 96 GMT 17:02.43.305
POWER GPS 166
ACQR LOCK SATELLITE CONTROLLED CLOCK
V1

OVP NORMAL OPERATION


WED 11.12.1996
MEZ 11.42.25
SV 24 > SYN

CLR
MENU NEXT INC
ACK

C MEINBER G

Ayer Rajah & Labrador Feeder One

Protocol Converter
COM581

Ethernet (TCP/IP)

Networ k Partner
SSLTA 88SRS485M SRS485MSREDU/M

SERVICE
RS232 RS485 RS485
RER 111 Star Coupler (LON Bus) Networ k Partner
SSLTA 88SRS485MSRS485M SREDU/M

SERVICE
RS232 RS485 RS485

1MRSC60029
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028

For Control and Protection Relays 1MRSC60029


1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028
1MRSC60028

ABB Network Partner AG REB500

C
REB 500
E

Central Unit
Auxiliary
MVB Bus REC 316 REG 316 RET 316 REL 316 REL 521 REL 531 REL 511 Alarm
Annunciation
ABB Networ k Par tner AG REL521 ABB Networ k Par tner AG REL531 ABB Networ k Par tner AG REL511
ABB Network Partner AG
REC 316*4 ABB Network Partner REC
AG 316*4 ABB Network Partner REC
AG 316*4 ABB Network Partner AG
REC 316*4

ABB Networ k Par tner AG REB500 ABB Networ k Par tner AG REB500 ABB Networ k Par tner AG REB500 ABB Networ k Par tner AG REB500

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Bay Unit Bay Unit Bay Unit Bay Unit

Busbar / Breaker Failure Protection Bay Control and Protection Units Bay Control and Protection Units
ABB
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