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IEC 61850 Based Substation Automation

  • Schedule : Online
  • Who is this for: Electrical Engineers , Workers

Duration: 5-8 Hours
Schedule: Online
Level: Beginner
Rs: 63,000

Course Overview

Objectives

  • To understand substation automation functions and architectures
  • Helps to identify the most appropriate networking components for substation automation
  • How to use the IEC 61850 model as a data integration platform, and IEC 61850 communication mapping, configuration, and testing.

  • Introduction
  • Substation Automation Functions
  • Power System Automation Architectures
  • Basic lec 61850 Substation Architectures
  • Communication Basics
  • TCP / IP Related Concepts
  • lec 61850 Data Modelling Approach
  • lec 61850 Data Modelling & Communication Models
  • Time Sync , Configuration Language & Tools
  • Practical & Conformance Testing
  • Migration & Implementation Issues
  • Review of Automation Products & Recent Developments

Topics covered are

  • Network topologies

  • Client/server & publish/subscribe concept

  • DNP3 and IEC 60870

  • Utility Communication Architecture (UCA)

  • Key features of IEC 61850

  • Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)

  • PLC and Protection Relays

  • Intelligent Electronic Device (IED)

  • General structure

  • Types of automation architectures

  • Architecture of HV substation automation systems

  • Automation of MV substations

  • HV bay control

  • Current and future trends

  • IEC61850 Architecture

  • Merging Units (MUs)

  • Station Bus

  • Process Bus

  • Physical Interfaces (10/100/1000 Mbps)

  • Media (copper, multi-mode fiber, single-mode fiber)

  • Media access (full-duplex vs. CSMA /CD)

  • VLANs

  • Network redundancy

  • TCP & UDP

  • IP addressing: IPv4 vs. IPv6

  • Subnet masks and default gateways

  • Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)

  • WANs

  • The information model

  • The Abstract Communication Service Interface (ACSI)

  • Logical devices

  • Logical nodes

  • Data objects

  • Common data class

  • Manufacturing Message Specification (MMS)

  • Generic Object Oriented Substation Event (GOOSE)

  • GOOSE messaging

  • Sampled Values (SV) multicast

  • Time Synchronisation (SNTP)

  • IEC 61850-6 Substation Configuration Language (SCL)

  • Software tools

  • Documentation and process

  • Assessment process

  • Testing methods

  • Practical example and exercise (SCL, Client/Server, GOOSE, and SV)

  • Migration issues

  • Benefits of IEC 61850

  • Implementation issues

  • Product review

  • IEC 61850 Edition 2

  • Object models for hydropower plants, wind turbines and Distributed Energy Resources (DER)

  • Mapping of IEC 61850 on DN P3 and IEC 60870-5-101/-104

  • The use of IEC 61499 (Distributed Function Blocks) in conjunction with IEC 61850

  • Exchanging synchrophasor data between PMUs, PDCs, WAM PAC and control center applications: IEC/TR 618-90-5:2012(E)

  • Communication with the control center based on IEC 61850 and Harmonisation with CIM