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The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory

Seminars

Speaker(s): Dr. James Pilgrim
Organiser:
Time: 21/05/2014 14:00-15:00
Location: B16/2025

Abstract

With the evolution of the electricity generation market and the increasing penetration of renewable energy, power flows in our grids are changing markedly. Much work has already been done to investigate dynamic rating systems which can provide calculations of the permissible power flow through a given circuit in real time, based on its existing thermal state. While this can be useful in some cases, network operators frequently require to understand the capability of a given circuit in advance. In this seminar, I will explore the techniques which need to be developed to do this more reliably, from dynamic thermal models to an improved understanding of the capability of ageing assets.

Presentation by Dr. James Pilgrim

Speaker(s): Dr. James Pilgrim
Organiser:
Time: 21/05/2014 14:00-15:00
Location: B16/2025

Abstract

With the evolution of the electricity generation market and the increasing penetration of renewable energy, power flows in our grids are changing markedly. Much work has already been done to investigate dynamic rating systems which can provide calculations of the permissible power flow through a given circuit in real time, based on its existing thermal state. While this can be useful in some cases, network operators frequently require to understand the capability of a given circuit in advance. In this seminar, I will explore the techniques which need to be developed to do this more reliably, from dynamic thermal models to an improved understanding of the capability of ageing assets.

Presentation by Dr. James Pilgrim

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