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Feeder:How to modelize a feeder as a collection of equipme

Added by Herbert Falk over 2 years ago. Updated about 2 years ago.

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Open
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Normal
Author/Contact Info:
J. FREMONT, D. ILHAT
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WG13
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Origination Date:
04/14/2016
Origination ID:
13_243EDF_RD_8
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Description

Feeder:
How to modelize a feeder as a collection of equipments powered by the same Feeder-switch.
It is a notion derived from connectivity, Swicthes positions, on which different set of rules (may differ from on utility to an other) are applied to define the spreading part of network concerned.

This is typical to Distribution networks, where networks are managed as radial.
  • Usually one Switch feeds a network this network part.
  • Open Switches serve as borderline with other network parts (used to rescue when a feeder-switch is down).
  • These 2 special points of the network part should be clearly identified and indicate what they are borders to.
  • To satisfy deferent detailed level applications, expressing the composition of the FEEDER should be possible at 2 detail-levels: Containers and elementary equipments.
    • Containers: Substation,Line, VoltageLevel for undetailed definition.
    • ConductingEquipments or ConnectivityNodes for detailed definition.
  • Feeders might be hierarchically subdivided (for Exemple a MV-Feeder, feeds/includes several LV subnetworks ).

Proposed Solution

Resurect the Circuit class (or name it as Feeder).
Define associations to its contents:
1- EquipmentContainer<-->Circuit
2- ConductingEquipment<---->Circuit

Define associations to its limits:
3- FeedingNodes: Circuit <---> Terminal. Identify the Terminal(s) of the ConductingEquipment considered as Incomming point of the feeder. (Might the feeder-switch, or first ACLineSegment connected to it).
4- CircuitEnds: Circuit <----> Terminal
Identify the Terminal(s) of open switches that are shared by 2 Circuits.

Define association to its subdivisions:
5- Circuit(Including) <----> ("Included in") Circuit

Assign to Energy Model Requirements Subgroup

For additional information:
https://github.com/CIMug-org/WG13InformationModel/issues/6


Related issues

Related to WG13 Issues - CIM Issues #5044: Review circuit class in CIM18OpenActions
Related to WG13 Issues - CIM Issues #6346: [GMDM #14] Indicating starting point for feeder tracingNewActions
#1

Updated by Eric Stephan over 2 years ago

  • Subject changed from Feeder: How to modelize a feeder as a collection of equipme to Feeder:How to modelize a feeder as a collection of equipme
  • Proposed Solution updated (diff)
  • Origination ID changed from 13_243 EDF_RD_8 to 13_243EDF_RD_8
  • Decision updated (diff)
#2

Updated by Eric Stephan over 2 years ago

  • Proposed Solution updated (diff)
  • Decision updated (diff)
#3

Updated by Svein Olsen about 2 years ago

  • Proposed Solution updated (diff)
#4

Updated by Yang Feng about 2 years ago

#5

Updated by Yang Feng about 2 years ago

Alan + Pat + Chavdar are working with Ofgem on a similar topic for UK DSO model harmonization -> reach out to them and see if they could contribute/lead on this issue aligned with their work.

#6

Updated by Yang Feng about 2 years ago

Tom M has looked into this for GMDM and may have an opinion on this.

#7

Updated by Pat Brown 10 months ago

  • Related to CIM Issues #6346: [GMDM #14] Indicating starting point for feeder tracing added

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