Substation Automation Systems: Design and Implementation

Construction Management in Practice, 2nd Edition 

Evelio Padilla

Preference :

The key goal in the operation of electrical power systems is to maintain the energy balance
between generation and demand in an economic manner. This often requires changes in system
configuration to keep voltage and frequency parameters at acceptable pre‐specified ranges;
furthermore, configuration changes are needed for maintenance work at utility installations or
for clearing faults due to short‐circuit currents. Typical changes in system configurations include
connection and disconnection of generators, power transformers, transmission lines, shunt reactors, and static reactive power compensators. Therefore, such changes in system configuration
are made through control facilities available in both generation stations and substations located
along with transmission and distribution systems

Content :
  • 1 Historical Evolution of Substation Automation Systems
  • 2 Main Functions of Substation Automation Systems
  • 3 Impact of the IEC 61850 Standard on SAS Projects 
  • 4 Switchyard Level, Equipment, and Interfaces
  • 5 Bay Level: Components and Incident Factors
  • 6 Station Level: Facilities and Functions
  • 7 System Functionalities 
  • 8 System Inputs and Outputs
  • 9 System Engineering
  • 10 Communication with the Remote Control Center
  • 11 System Attributes 
  • 12 Tests on SAS Components
  • 13 Factory Acceptance Tests 
  • 14 Commissioning Process
  • 15 Training Strategies for Power Utilities 
  • 16 Planning and Development of SAS Projects
  • 17 Quality Management for SAS Projects
  • 18 SAS Engineering Process According to Standard IEC 61850
  • 19 Future Technological Trends

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