Presentation Schedule

Tuesday
Morning

TUM01

Smart Substation:
Design, Installation, Testing, and Training Experience

S. Kunsman, ABB Inc., USA; G. Gresko, PECO Energy, USA; S. Morbin, M. Kockott, ABB Inc., USA


TUM02

ETED Dominican
Republic: Substation Improvement Project in the Dominican Republic

A.West, A. Lytz, SUBNET Solutions; Dominican Republic; USA


TUM03

Live Testing of
Rate of Change of Frequency (RoCoF) Protection On Hydro Generators

E. O’Callaghan, D. Catanase, N. Kearns, ESB International, Ireland


TUM04

Report on New
Differential Protection Method after 6 Years in Service

K. Pettit – A&N Electrical Cooperative, USA; D. Bowman – Wake
Electric Cooperative, USA; A. Smit, A. Stinskiy – Siemens Industry
Inc., USA


TUM05

Deterministic
Communications for Protection Applications Over Packet-Based
Wide-Area Networks

K.Fodero, C. Huntley, P. Robertson, Schweitzer Engineering
Laboratories, Inc., USA


TUM06

Using Phase Angle
for Steady-State Voltage Stability Assessment

M.Vaiman, M. Vaiman, V&R Energy, USA


TUM07

Protection
Challenges in Commissioning a 132kV Transformer with On-Load Tap
Changer: A Case Study and Analysis

D. Mani, V. Shanmugasundaram, C. Turney, Megger, USA


TUM08

The Return of the
Dedicated DFR How IEC 61850 Process Bus Simplifies DFR
Installation

R. Hunt, GE Grid Solutions LLC, USA; L. B. de Oliveira, GE Grid
Solutions, LLC, Brazil


TUM09

Standardizing
Protection Systems with Flexible Naming Extensions of IEC 61850
Functions

B. Vandiver III, P. Rietmann, ABB Inc., USA


TUM10

Unwanted Protection
Relay trips in Hydro Power Stations

R. Goin, Statkraft Energi AS, Norway


Tuesday
Afternoon


TUA01

Ukraine
Cyber-Induced Power Outage: Analysis and Practical Mitigation
Strategies

D. E. Whitehead, K. Owens, D. Gammel, J. Smith, Schweitzer
Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA


TUA02

A Practical Guide
of Troubleshooting IEC 61850 GOOSE Communication

W. Huang, ABB Inc., USA

TUA03

Application Of
Settings And Setting Groups In IEC 61850

A. Klien, T. Schossig, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria

TUA04

Asset Monitoring
Breakthrough

G. Heider, SENSeOR, Germany

TUA05

Automated
Production and Testing of Web Based HMIs

L. Simon, B. Vance, E. Mitchell, POWER Engineers, Inc., USA

TUA06

Restoring Power
Faster Than The Blink Of An Eye

N. DiFonzo, G&W Electric Company, USA

TUA07

DER Integration
Using Microgrid for Resiliency and Application of Centralized
Protection and Control

R. Das, icaPower LLC, USA; V. Madani, Pacific Gas and Electric
Company, USA; A.P. (Sakis) Meliopoulos, Georgia Institute of
Technology, USA


TUA08

Faults Recognition,
Identification and Localization in Smart Distribution Networks –
A Review

A.K. Onaolapo, K.T. Akindeji, Durban University of Technology, South
Africa; E. Adetiba, Covenant University, Nigeria.


TUA09

Implementing
Volt/VAR Optimization with Distributed Energy Resource Penetration

W. G. Hartmann, Beckwith Electric Co. Inc., USA

TUA10

Adaptive Protection
– What Does It Mean and What Can It Do?

R. Moxley, F. Becker, Siemens, USA

TUA11

Learn IEC 61850
Configuration in 30 Minutes

W. Huang, ABB Inc., USA

TUA12

Large-Scale Device
Simulation or “But … will it Work?”

B. Muschlitz, NovaTech, USA; J. Stevens, Triangle MicroWorks, USA

Wednesday
Morning

WEM01

Case Study/Overview
of Applying an IEC 61850 Parallel Redundant Protocol
Communications Network on a University Campus Power Micro Grid
Distribution and Generating System

R. K. Larabee, Iowa State University, USA; K. Schlapkohl, ABB Inc,
USA


WEM02

A Simple Method for
Determining Fault Location on Distribution Lines

T. Covington, T. Stankiewicz, R. Anderson, Fayetteville Public Works
Commission, USA; L. Wright B. Cockerham, Schweitzer Engineering
Laboratories, Inc., USA


WEM03

Applying Data
Driven Modeling to Substation Automation Equipment Configurations

B. Smith, K. Sharp, Southern California Edison, USA


WEM04

New Possibilities
for Testing Traveling Wave Fault Location Functions in the Field

C. Pritchard, H. Lampl, T. Hensler, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria


WEM05

A Travelling Waves
Based Fault Location Method for Radial Distribution Network

A. Lei, Tsinghua University, China; G. Feng, L. Zhiqiang, Z. Bo, X.
Gang, L. Kailin, Akesu power company, Xinjiang State Grid, China;
S. Shi, X. Dong, Tsinghua University, China


WEM06

Substation Testing
and Commissioning: Power Transformer Through Fault Test

M. Talebi , Power Grid Engineering, USA; Y. Unludagy, Electric Power
System, USA


WEM07

FOCS – Improved
Measurement Performance for Digital Substations for Future Grid

A. Vujanic, ABB, Switzerland; N. Powers, Y. Liu, ABB, USA


WEM08

Developing a
Unified Protection System: Philosophy, Short Circuit Software, and
Wide Area Protection Coordination Study

M. Al Tukhaifi, S. Bamasak, M. T. Al-Saba, H. S. Bin Mashni, National
Grid Saudi Arabia, Saudia Arabia; D. G. Hart, S. Alaeddini, A. Gopalakrishnan, M. Malki, I. Anand, J. Velez, Quanta Technology,
USA; P.McGuire, D. B. Coleman, S. Aquiles-Perez, Electrocon International, Inc., USA; Z. Schreiner, IPS, USA


WEM09

Automated Fault
Location Analysis – Update

C. Black, G. Wilson, Southern Company, USA; P.Myrda, Electric Power
Research Inst, USA


WEM10

Feeder Automation
Case Study Leveraging Cellular Communication to Improve System
Reliability

J.A. Key, Central VA Cooperative, USA; A. Smit, A. Stinskiy, S.
Chanda, T. Houseknecht, Siemens Industry Inc, USA

WEM11
*

IEC 61850 Processes
- Present and Future

C. Brunner, it4power, Switzerland

WEM12

Electric Sector
Applications of Network Security Monitoring

N.Urlaub, POWER Engineers, Inc., USA

Wednesday
Afternoon

WEA01

A Comprehensive
Automated Framework for Validating Implementation of IEC 61850
Logical Nodes in Digital Protective Relays

A. H. A. Kamiabad, H. Hosseinzadeh, E. Vundakari, GE Power – Grid
Solutions, Canada


WEA02

Challenges of
Frequency Control in an Industrial System after Islanding

M. AC, I. AXENTE, A. KLIMEK, ABB Inc., Canada


WEA03

Implementation of
Intelligent Tuning System for Petersen Coils on the Irish
Distribution Network

E. Cowhey, P.Wallace, T. Foody, ESB International, Ireland

WEA04

Synchrophasor Data
Qualification Measures for Reliable Fault Location

M. Rahmatian, Y. Christine Chen, W. G. Dunford, University of British
Columbia, Canada; F. Rahmatian, NuGrid Power Corp., Canada


WEA05

Medium Voltage
Sensors in Capacitor Control Applications

R. D. Pate, ABB, Inc., USA


WEA06

Advanced Generator
Protection and Monitoring Using Transducer Measurements

T. Foxcroft, Snowy Hydro Limited, Australia; N. Fischer, D. Finney,
S. Samineni, Y. Xia, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA


WEA07

Lessons Learned
Implementing a Wide-Area Coordination Program in Preparation for
NERC PRC-027

C. Short, C. Byrne, POWER Engineers, Inc., USA; D. Bucco, C. Sanden,
A. Torres, E. Wong, Southern California Edison, USA


WEA08

See a Need, Fill a
Need

H. Falk, SISCO INC., USA; A. Klien, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria


WEA09

Cybersecurity
Measures in Protection and Control IED’s

K.Hagman, L. Frisk, J. Menezes ABB AB Västerås, Sweden; S.
Kunsman, ABB Inc., USA


WEA10

Introduction to
IEEE P2030.100 IEEE; Recommended Practice for Implementing an IEC
61850-Based Substation Communications, Protection, Monitoring, and
Control System

R. Liposchak, POWER Engineers, USA; A. Apostolov, OMICRON electronics, USA

WEA11

Increasing the
Usability & Interoperability of IEC 61850 via Basic
Application Profiles: What Does Your Profile Look Like?

D. Tessier, Tesco Automation Ltd., Canada


WEA12

Utility Experience
of Testing Special Protection Schemes Based on Frequency
Protection

N. Kearns, V. Desai, D. Catanase, ESB International, Ireland

Thursday
Morning

THM01

Time Sensitive
Networking IEEE802.1 Applied to Process Bus Implementation in
IEC61850 Digital Substations

G. Fernández, Belden – Hirschmann, Spain; O. Kleineberg, R. Hummen, S. Kehrer, Hirschmann Automation and Control GmbH, Germany


THM02

Distributed Energy
Resources Interconnection and Interoperability: New IEEE 1547
Requirements and Solutions

D. Ishchenko, S. A. Kunsman, P. Rietmann, ABB Inc., USA


THM03

Recent Enhancements
to System Reliability by Implementing GOOSE and SV Monitoring via
LGOS and LSVS

F. Becker, R. Munoz, Siemens Industry, Inc, USA


THM04

Mixing Renewable
Energy Technologies for Mitigating Grid Perturbance or Grid Loss
Operation in Wind Power

J. Sánchez Ríos, JSR – Consulting , Spain

THM05
*

Concrete and Steel:
Where Process Bus Really Saves Money

R. Hunt, C. Mistry, GE Grid Solutions, USA


THM06

Adaptive Protection
Subsystem

J. Shiles, S. Rao, A. Johnson, Southern California Edison, USA; A. Gopalakrishnan, S. Ward, A. Zamani, Quanta Technology LLC, USA


THM07

Expanding
Protection and Control Communications Networks With Wireless Radio
Links

L. Rogers, Hawaii Electric Light Company, Inc., USA; T. Bartman, B. Rowland, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., USA


THM08

Implementing
Distributed Intelligence by Utilizing DNP3 Protocol for
Distribution Automation Application

B. Pham, C. Huff, N. Vendittis, Southern California Edison, USA; A. Smit, A. Stinskiy, S. Chanda, Siemens Industry, USA


THM09

Multi-Bay
Protection and Control with Process Bus

P. Rietmann, S. Kunsman, ABB Inc., USA


THM10

IEC 61850-9-3: Does
PTP Keep its Promise?

B. Baumgartner, M. Wehinger, W. Schenk, OMICRON electronics GmbH, Austria


THM11

RTU and HMI
Redundancy in Electrical Substations

R. Wright, NovaTech, LLC, USA


THM12

Lessons Learned
While Retrofitting Stator Ground Fault Protection in Pumped
Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant

D. Mani, J. Buneo, V. Sundaram, Megger, USA

Thursday
Afternoon

THA01

NERC CIP and a
detailed discussion of IEC 61850 9-2 Process Bus Implementation

F. Becker, M. Rabinovich, Siemens Industry, Inc, USA


THA02

Tunable Microgrid
Load Shedding and Restoration

A. Brissette, A. Kondabathini, ABB Corporate Research Center, USA; G.
Schmél, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary;
D. Ishchenko, ABB Corporate Research Center, USA


THA03

Cybersecurity Good
Practice: Not Just NERC CIP Compliance

A. West, SUBNET Solutions Inc., Australia


THA04

How to Efficiently
Address the Commissioning and Maintenance Procedures of IEC 61850
Substations

A. Bonetti, FMTP Power AB, Sweden; M. Kuchta, Enertest, Poland; Z.
Mitev, TSO MEPSO, Macedonia; R. Hughes, Rod Hughes Consulting Ltd,
Australia


THA05

An Offshore
Platform Power Management System Using IEC 61850 GOOSE Messaging
To Assure A Reliable Power Supply

R. Preston, R. Munoz, Siemens Industry, Inc., USA


THA06

Sympathetic Trip
and How IEC 61850 Can Help It

A. Apostolov, PAC World, USA

Backup
Presentations

backup

Remote Testing of
Digital Substations – What, Why and How?

A. P. Apostolov, PAC World, USA

*Paper was not available to be part of the CD at time of publishing