This paper describes computational, data management, and other experiences developing large-scale, realistic-but-not-real U.S.-style distribution test systems for the Smart-DS project. These test systems cover entire metropolitan areas and include everything from low-voltage secondaries to sub-transmission for hundreds or thousands of feeders making them as much as three orders of magnitude larger than existing single feeder test systems. Lessons learned with automation and data handling are shared to aid data set users and synthetic test grid creators.
Palabras clave: Power distribution; Power system planning; Reference network model; Synthetic networks; Test systems
Electric Power Systems Research. Volumen: 190 Número: 106665 Páginas: 1-7
Índice de impacto JCR y cuartil WoS: 3.022 - Q2 (2018)
Referencia DOI: 10.1016/j.epsr.2020.106665
Publicado en papel: Enero 2021. Publicado on-line: Agosto 2020.
B. Palmintier, T. Elgindy, C. Mateo, F. Postigo, T. Gómez, F. de Cuadra, P. Dueñas. Experiences developing large-scale synthetic U.S.-style distribution test systems. Electric Power Systems Research. vol. 190, no. 106665, pp. 1-7, Enero 2021. [Online: Agosto 2020]