Inter-TSO Solutions for Monitoring and State Estimation
The main goal of this section is to test and validate the state estimation algorithms which are described in Chaps. 6 and 7. For this purpose a special test case, the Baltic Electrical Ring was developed. The test case represents a real network with more than 100 nodes. Furthermore, there are created several scenarios of the network operation, which are tested with the state estimation algorithms. In order to verify the accuracy, the results are compared with SCADA data.
KeywordsPower System State Estimation Power Flow Electrical Ring Active Power Flow
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