Dynamic network rating for low carbon distribution network operation - A U.K. application
journal contributionposted on 28.09.2017 by Jin Yang, Xuefeng Bai, Dani Strickland, Lee Jenkins, Andrew Cross
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© 2010-2012 IEEE. Dynamic asset rating (DAR) is one of the number of techniques that could be used to facilitate low carbon electricity network operation. Previous work has looked at this technique from an asset perspective. This paper focuses, instead, from a network perspective by proposing a dynamic network rating (DNR) approach. The models available for use with DAR are discussed and compared using measured load and weather data from a trial network area within Milton Keynes in the central area of the U.K. This paper then uses the most appropriate model to investigate, through a network case study, the potential gains in dynamic rating compared to static rating for the different network assets - transformers, overhead lines, and cables. This will inform the network operator of the potential DNR gains on an 11-kV network with all assets present and highlight the limiting assets within each season.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering