Decision Making Support at Emergency Situations in Electric Systems

Y. Biletskiy (Canada), V. Chikina, A. Yerokhin, O. Grib, D. Kaluzhny, and G. Senderovich (Ukraine)


Balance Model, Transmission Distortion, Fault Allocation


One of the most important tasks of electrical engineering is the faultless providing electrical power to consumers. One of the approaches for resolving this task is the maintenance of capability to control electric systems either in ordinary or emergency situation. Electric systems belong to the class of complex-organized systems where a state of the system is identified by the state of characterizing information parameters. Functioning of any complex-organized control system or real-time decision making system is determined by the optimal modes of its subsystems. Damages of electric transmission lines usually cause faults in providing electrical power to consumers, decrease of quality and increase of losses of power. For the quick restore of a damaged electric line it is necessary to quickly allocate an exact place of the damage and generate a dispatcher's decision for fixing causes and consequences of the damage. An important task of dispatching control of contemporary electric systems is the development of systems of decision making support in emergency situations. This work is devoted to development of such system based on processing operating modes of electric systems and geoinformation control of the operating modes.

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