AUTOMATION OF ENERGY LOSSES CALCULATION IN 10(6) kV DISTRIBUTIVE NETWORKS

  • Vasyl Kutin Vinnytsia National Technical University
  • Volodymyr Kulyk Vinnytsia National Technical University
  • Dmytro Piskliarov Vinnytsia National Technical University
  • Olena Lonska Vinnytsia National Technical University
Keywords: distributive electric networks, electric energy losses, observability, indetermined, initial information, probability evaluation, coefficient of total load graph forms, fuzzy sets, computer-based systems of commercial account of electric energy

Abstract

New approaches aimed at increase of efficiency of energy losses calculations methods in 10(6) kV distributive networks in conditions of partially indetermined initial information are suggested: methods of determinationt of group load graph form and evaluation coefficients of observability of distributive electric networks for problems of losses calculation are elaborated. The realization of observability evaluation algorithm within the context of the solution of the problem dealing with the implementation of computerbased system of commercial account of electric energy in distributive electric networks by means of programming complex “ВТРАТИ-110-0,4” (LOSSES-110-0,4 is shown).

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Author Biographies

Vasyl Kutin, Vinnytsia National Technical University
Dr. Sc. (Eng), Professor of the Chair of Electric Stations and Systems.
Volodymyr Kulyk, Vinnytsia National Technical University
Cand. Sc. (Eng), Assistant-Professor of the Chair of Electric Stations and Systems
Dmytro Piskliarov, Vinnytsia National Technical University
Post-Graduate of the Chair of Electric Stations and Systems.
Olena Lonska, Vinnytsia National Technical University
Master of the Chair of Electric Stations and Systems.
Published
2015-12-01
How to Cite
[1]
V. Kutin, V. Kulyk, D. Piskliarov, and O. Lonska, “AUTOMATION OF ENERGY LOSSES CALCULATION IN 10(6) kV DISTRIBUTIVE NETWORKS”, SWVNTU, no. 3, Dec. 2015.
Section
Energetics and Electrical Engineering