Abstract

In this article, we present the evolution of “off-line analysis”, associated with a single-line diagram, and its analysis in steady state, and transient state, towards an “online analysis” of the electric system model, with an interface for Provide users the ability to analyze with “Real-time technology”. In addition, the benefit of implementing this Real-Time Technology capable of monitoring, operating, managing the electrical network and performing analysis of the electrical system will be shown. In addition, it will show the relationship ADMS has with construction engineering, and what is sought from the design of the “electric model” to achieve the integration of systems. The opportunity to have an integrated and unified electric model in which it can be performed: state estimation and load distribution; monitoring and control; predictive simulation of the type “What would happen if?” Forensic analysis; contingency analysis; historical data and analytical tools; automated operation based on SCADA – Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, DMS – Demand Management System, EMS – Energy Management System, EMCS – Energy Monitoring and Control System, PMS – Power Management System, SCMS – Substation Control and Monitoring System; and maintenance management of the electrical system.

The “Real-time Technology” is reflected by having a true ADMS, advanced distribution management system. The purpose of the article is to guide specialists and operators of electrical distribution systems, as well as dispatchers, planning engineers, reliability analysts and managers, in the implementation of ADMS with the possibility of integrating legacy and third-party software: creating a - digital twin - allowing from modeling to operation.

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