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TECHNICAL PROGRAMME
INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE
’15
MODERN
ELECTRIC
POWER
SYSTEMS
Wrocław University of Technology
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Computer Science
and Management
Górnictwo i Energetyka
Konwencjonalna S.A.
July 6-9, 2015
Wroclaw, Poland
Exhibitors – Sponsors
Technical co-sponsored by
Hosted by
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Table of Contents
IEEE Technical Co-sponsorship.................................................................................... 4
MEPS 2015 Committees .............................................................................................. 5
Conference Information ................................................................................................ 7
Conference Overview ................................................................................................. 12
Keynote Lectures ........................................................................................................ 13
Technical Programme ................................................................................................ 14
Notes .......................................................................................................................... 24
Maps ........................................................................................................................... 25
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Technical Co-sponsorship
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is the largest worldwide
organization which aim is to support technological development and provide people all
over the world possibilities to exchange information about new, important and
innovative scientific works and solutions. Having been founded over 130 years ago,
nowadays it brings together over 426 thousand members in more than 160 countries
which areas of interests focus on computer sciences, telecommunications, electrical
engineering, electronics, information technologies and other related and similar
domains. The association is divided geographically into 334 local sections in 10
regions. From the thematic point of view, it consists of 39 societies and 6 technical
councils that compose 10 technical divisions. IEEE consists of 2116 chapters in which
local members (with similar technical interests) are associated. IEEE includes also
2669 student branches at colleges and universities in 80 countries. In order to spread
technological knowledge IEEE organizes and sponsors more than 1600 conferences
and meetings annually; publishes lots of (about 180) transactions, journals and
magazines; and supports student organizations. It also takes part in creating commonly
accepted and used international standards (more than 1670 standards and projects
under development). Scientific electronic libraries maintained by IEEE (The
IEEE Xplore Digital Library) containing over 3,5 million documents are priceless and
reliable source of information for scientific workers and students from all over the world.
Region 8 was formed in 1963 and now it is one of the largest regions of IEEE both by
membership, as well as by the geographical size. It covers the area of Africa, Europe
and Middle East. It consists of 56 local sections containing 566 chapters and about 455
student branches which gives the total number of approximately 79 thousand IEEE
members.
IEEE Poland Section was founded in 1972 and since that time have been one of the
most active sections working in the range of Region 8. The section is composed of 18
chapters and 1 affinity group specialized in particular domains and 4 student branches,
consisting of both students and graduates, located in Łódź, Opole, Szczecin, and
Wrocław. IEEE Poland Section has currently over 1100 members. The community
organizes and sponsors many international and national conferences, supports student
branches activities, improves the cooperation between professionals. It also sponsors
scholarships for standing out students and graduates being the members of the
association.
More information on subject of IEEE, IEEE Region 8 and IEEE Poland Section is
available on web pages: www.ieee.org, www.ieee.org/r8/ and www.ieee.pl respectively.
Miroslaw Parol
IEEE Poland Section Representative
on MEPS’2015 Conference
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MEPS 2015 Committees
Technical Programme Committee
Chair: Jan Izykowski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Members:
Rene Aid
Göran Andersson
Janusz Białek
Arturo Bretas
Teresa Correia de Barros
Xinzhou Dong
Ivan Dudurych
Abdelsalam Elhaffar
Istvan Erlich
Paolo Falbo
Stein-Erik Fleten
Marek Florkowski
Arif Gashimov
Oliver Gherke
Tomás Gómez
Antonio Gómez-Expósito
Zbigniew Hanzelka
Tao Hong
Piotr Kacejko
Takashi Kanamura
Bogdan Kasztenny
Mladen Kezunovic
Anna Kosek
Thilo Krause
Matti Lehtonen
Yuan Liao
Tahir Lazimov
Carlo Lucheroni
Jan Machowski
Stefano Massucco
Italy
Marta Molinas
Norway
Carlo Alberto Nucci
Italy
Aydogan Ozdemir
Turkey
Miroslaw Parol
Poland
Pierre Pinson
Denmark
Desire Rasolomampionona Poland
Waldemar Rebizant
Poland
Christian Rehtanz
Germany
Krzysztof Rudion
Germany
Murari Mohan Saha
Sweden
Antans - Saulus Sauhats
Latvia
Peter Schegner
Germany
Tomasz Sikorski
Poland
Marian Sobierajski
Poland
Jorge Sousa
Portugal
Paweł Sowa
Poland
Petro Stakhiv
Ukraine
Kai Strunz
Germany
Zbigniew Styczynski
Germany
Maria Cristina Dias Tavares Brazil
Petr Toman
Czech Rep.
Thierry Van Cutsem
Belgium
Wolfram Wellßow
Germany
Rafal Weron
Poland
Kazimierz Wilkosz
Poland
Julia Yamnenko
Ukraine
Inmaculada Zamora
Spain
France
Switzerland
Russia
Brazil
Portugal
China
Ireland
Libya
Germany
Italy
Norway
Poland
Azerbaijan
Denmark
Spain
Spain
Poland
USA
Poland
Japan
Canada
USA
Denmark
Switzerland
Finland
USA
Azerbaijan
Italy
Poland
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MEPS 2015 Committees
Local Organising Committee
Chair:
Eugeniusz Rosolowski
Wroclaw University of Technology (WUT), Poland
Members:
Bartosz Brusilowicz, WUT
Daniel Bejmert, WUT
Marcin Habrych, WUT
Miroslaw Lukowicz, WUT
Piotr Pierz, WUT
Krzysztof Solak, WUT
Rafal Weron, WUT
Grzegorz Wisniewski, WUT
Conference
Secretariat:
Wroclaw University of Technology
Janiszewskiego Str. 8, 50-370, Wroclaw, Poland
building D-20
phone: +48 71 320-26-58
fax: +48 71 320-26-56
email: [email protected]
web: www.meps15.pwr.edu.pl
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Conference Information
Conference Date and Venue
July 6-9, 2015
Wroclaw University of Technology (WUT)
Department of Electrical Power Engineering, W5/K2
Janiszewskiego Str. 8
50-370 Wroclaw, Poland
GPS: 51.110263°N, 17.059374°E
phone: (+48) 71 320-26-58
fax: (+48) 71 320-26-56
email: [email protected]
web: www.meps15.pwr.edu.pl
The venue is located on WUT’s Campus, in the centre of Wroclaw, offering easy
access to all the city centre amenities. All sessions will be held at Congress Centre of
the Wroclaw University of Technology (building D-20) - see the schematic Campus
Map at the end of this brochure.
The Opening Ceremony will take place in the AULA D / 10D on Monday, at 9:45.
The oral sessions numbered 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 13 and 14 will also take place in AULA D,
while Sessions numbered 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 will take place in AULA B. All three Keynote
Lectures will be held in Aula D, as well.
The poster session, numbered 11, will take place in the room 115 in Building D-20,
1st Floor.
To reach all Conference locations the participants should follow the direction signs.
Registration
The registration desk will be located in the conference centre in D-20 building and will
be open during the following hours:
Monday, July 6th
Tuesday, July 7th
Wednesday, July 8th
Thursday, July 9th
8:30 – 19:00
8:30 – 19:00
8:30 – 15:00
8:30 – 15:00
At the registration desk the participants can obtain any information and assistance they
would require during the Conference. Upon registering the participants will receive the
Conference bag containing the Conference Proceedings on USB-stick, the participant
name badge, maps and other informative materials.
All further practical information will be available at the registration desk.
Language
The official language of the conference is English. There will be no simultaneous
interpreting.
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Conference Information
Papers
Each registered participant will receive a USB-stick including all the papers presented
during the technical sessions.
Name Badges
Participant Name Badges will be provided at the registration desk. All participants are
required to wear the badge throughout the conference. Only badge holders will be
admitted to the sessions.
Internet
Wireless internet access is available across the whole campus. The name of the
network is “PWR-WiFi” and no password is required. Internet access via “eduroam”
service is also available. In room 115 / D-20, conference participants will be able to use
of PC computers with internet access, printer, photocopier, etc.
Presentations
The session rooms are equipped with a Microsoft Windows operated laptop with
PowerPoint, Word and Adobe Reader software. Speakers are kindly requested to hand
in their presentation on a USB stick, no later than the break prior to their session. This
should be done in the session room where the presentation will be held. Please see
Conference Programme Overview for room location.
All speakers are requested to be in the session room 15 minutes prior the session. For
sessions taking place in the early morning please hand in your presentation on the
previous day. It is intended that speakers will give a good overview of their papers
allowing some time for questions and discussion. The duration of a presentation should
be no more than 15 minutes, so speakers are requested not to try squeeze in too many
slides. Exceptions are sessions 2, 4, 6 and 8 where 30 minutes is provided for each
presentation. After presentation will be time for 5-minute discussion.
We ask you not to use your own laptops during your presentation to avoid compatibility
issues, "cable-connection" problems, etc.
Poster session
In a Poster Session, the illustrations will be mounted on a poster board. Poster should
be: 0.90 x 1.20 [m] (width x height). One paper - one side of the poster board. Posters
may be mounted to poster boards using drawing pin. We would like to stress that
poster should be designed and made by presenters by themselves, so please prepare
posters before Conference. Organizers provide all presenters help fixing posters before
Poster Session.
The Poster Session papers are not presented sequentially as in oral sessions. Rather,
all papers are presented simultaneously with each author standing or sitting next to the
poster(s). The author should be prepared to give a short presentation and answer
questions from those attending. The audience does not stay in one place, but is
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Conference Information
expected to walk from one poster to another, listen to the presentation by the author,
and talk to the authors about their work. Discussion is therefore one-on-one with the
interested party rather then directed toward a general audience.
Meals
Morning and afternoon coffee as well as lunches will be served at the venue in D-20
building 1-st floor. Lunches are included in the registration fee and lunch tickets will be
provided in your delegate pack.
Welcome Reception
Monday, July 6, at 17:30 – 19:00
A Welcome Reception to renew acquaintances and meet new colleagues will take
place at the Conference Venue: Wroclaw University of Technology, building D-20
(address: Janiszewskiego Str. 8, 50-370 Wroclaw). All registered participants and
registered accompanying persons are invited to attend. A glass of wine and snacks will
be served.
Gala Dinner at Wrocław ZOO Garden “Letnia” Restaurant and
Excursion boat on the Odra river. The Africarium
Wednesday, July 8, at 19:30 – 22:30
The Organizing Committee has the pleasure to invite all registered MEPS participants,
including young scientists and PhD students, to the Conference Dinner which will be
held in the “Letnia” Restaurant in Wroclaw ZOO garden on the Day 3, Wednesday, July
8th. Dinner is scheduled at 18:00, however, everybody are earlier invited for the
50-minutes excursion boat on the Odra river from Wroclaw city centre directly to ZOO
garden, combined with a 1-hour walk through the newest attraction of the ZOO –
Africarium. The Africarium, an oceanarium unique in global scale, is a complex
presenting various ecosystems connected with water environment of Africa. Numerous
aquaria, reservoirs and pools will display Red Sea coral reef, hippos, freshwater fish of
Malawi and Tanganyika lakes, to mention a few.
The ship „Nereida” will depart from marina „Przystań Kardynalska” at 15:45.
Participants who don’t want to travel on boat should arrive the main entrance of the
ZOO Garden at 16:30. Note that there is no arranged transportation to the dinner, all
participants are required to make their own way. You should estimate a travel time of
around 30 minutes to the Zoo from the City Center. You may take bus no. 145 or 146.
Transportation after the dinner to the hotels in City Center is arranged.
Accompanying Persons Programme
Accompanying persons are welcome to attend to Welcome Reception, excursion boat
on the Odra river to ZOO Garden and Conference Dinner. We have also prepared for
you two English-speaking guide tours related City of Wroclaw. The trip will start about
10:00 on Tuesday, July 7th, and Wednesday 8th and will last about 3 hours. Please
contact the registration desk for more information.
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General Information
The City of Wrocław
Welcome to Wrocław, one of the most beautiful city in Poland. Wrocław, situated on the
Odra river, is the historic capital of Lower Silesia. The city emerged at the intersection
of major trade routes linking the West and South with Eastern and Northern Europe.
Being a communication, industrial, academic, scientific and cultural centre, the city is
the greatest tourist attraction in south-western Poland. In its 1000-year history the city
has undergone many political, economic and cultural changes that have contributed to
Wrocław's present architectonic and cultural visage.
Wrocław is an academic city with venerable tradition, 11 universities are located here.
Wrocław is a very picturesque city with a great number of green areas, parks and 115
bridges spanning five rivers cutting across the city.
Since the beginning of 90's it has been undergoing modernisation and reconstruction.
Not only has the Old Town been renovated but also the void areas of the city are being
built over with the new or reconstructed buildings. The oldest part of the town, situated
on the islands on the Odra river, is called Ostrów Tumski. There is a complex of Gothic
sacred architecture dating from 13-15th centuries: the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
built on the site of the first cathedral from the year 1000, the Holy Cross Church that
served as a mausoleum for the Silesian Piasts, St. Martin's Church adjacent to a castle
and St. Giles' Church, the oldest. The heart of the city is Market Place - Rynek and
Solny Square, whose urban plan was drawn up around 1241 when Wrocław gained the
status of a "civitas". Today's tourist attraction of Wrocław is The Panorama of the Battle
of Raclawice. It is a monumental painting (120m x 15m) created by Jan Styka and
Wojciech Kossak depicting the battle of 1794 under the command of Tadeusz
Kościuszko. Outside the city centre, attention should be drawn to the exhibition
grounds with the the Centennial Hall designed by Max Berg to mark the centenary of
the battle of Leipzig in 1813.
Owing to its rich traditions, Wrocław is regarded as an important and outstanding
Polish as well as European cultural centre. Its cultural life takes place in 9 theatres, the
Philharmonic Hall, the Opera House, many museums, major art galleries, cinemas, etc.
Wrocław, a Polish city with a cosmopolitan history, is a reduced model of Europe where
the greatest diversity has accumulated within a small space. Openness has been a
constitutive feature of our city throughout its history. Wrocław is also a cultural
laboratory, in which a process of mutual metamorphoses of various cultures, coming
into contact in this city in the past and today, goes on continuously. For all reasons
above Wrocław has been chosen for European Capital of Culture of year 2016!
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General Information
Wrocław Visitor’s Guide
This is the site where you can find nearly everything you need to know as a visitor in
Wrocław: www.wroclaw.pl/en/
Public Transport
Wrocław has a well-developed for local transport system. There are over 60 day bus
lines and a dozen or so night bus line in Wrocław. There are also over 20 tram lines
here. Day buses and trams travel on working days usually from 5:00 to 23:00 and on
weekends and (bank) holidays from 6:00 to 22:00. Night buses travel from 23:30 to
5:00 and meet at the Polbus-PKS Main Bus Station every 30 minutes and then go to all
parts of the city.
Tickets can be purchased at many bus stops or inside the bus/tram. Payments in
mobile ticket vending machines can only be made by cards.
Consult www.wroclaw.pl/en/passenger-abcs for connections and travel times.
Business Hours & Shopping
Shops are open between 10:00 and 18:00 hrs on weekdays and from 10:00 to 14:00
hrs on Saturdays. Shops in the City centre have extended opening hours, some even
on Sundays between 10:00 and 18:00 hrs. The main shopping streets in the centre of
Wroclaw are: Swidnicka, Pilsudskiego and Old Town.
Climate and Dress
Average temperature in July is around 23ºC. Weather during July is warm, however,
rain is still possible and it may become cool in the evenings. Clothing suitable for a
variable climate is advisable.
Time Zone
The time zone for Wroclaw is Central European Summer Time (CEST), GMT + 1 hour.
Maps
Signage will be installed to guide delegates around the conference venue.
Wroclaw City Centre
maps.google.com
www.geoportal.wroclaw.pl/www/en/index.shtml
www.emapy.com/wroclaw/
Campus map of the Wroclaw University of Technology
www.portal.pwr.edu.pl/349145,242.dhtml
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Conference Overview
Aula 10D, building D-20
Aula 10B, building D-20
th
Day 1 - Monday, July 6 , 2015
08:30 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:00
10:00 - 11:30
11:30 - 12:00
12:00 - 14:00
14:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
17:30 - 19:00
Registration
Opening Ceremony
Keynote Lecture K1
Coffee Break
Session 1:
Power Systems Planning and
Development
Lunch
Session 3:
HV Transmission Systems
Welcome Reception at University
Session 2:
Energy Markets and RES
Session 4:
uctural Modeling in Energy Markets
Day 2 - Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
09:00 - 10:30
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:30
14:30 - 16:30
16:30 - 17:00
17:00 - 19:00
Keynote Lecture K2
Coffee Break
Session 5:
Relay Protection Algorithms
Lunch
Session 7:
Protection and Instrument
Transformers
Coffee Break
Session 9:
Protection and Fault Location
Session 6:
Modeling and Forecasting Prices
Session 8:
Forecasting Loads and Renewables
Session 10:
Efficient Solutions in Power Systems
Day 3 - Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
09:00 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:45
13:00 - 14:30
Keynote Lecture K3
Session 11:
Poster Session – Room 115
Coffee Break
Session 12:
Power System Operation
Lunch
15:45 - 16:45
16:45 - 18:00
18:00 - 22:30
22:30 - 23:00
Boat trip on the Odra river to the Conference Dinner
Zoo garden: "The Africarium"
Conference Dinner in Zoo Garden Restaurant "Letnia"
Transport to hotels in the City Centre
10:45 - 11:15
11:15 - 13:00
Day 4 - Thursday, July 9th, 2015
09:00 - 10:45
10:45 - 11:15
11:15 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:30
Session 13:
Renewable Energy
Coffee Break
Session 14:
System Analysis and Modelling
Lunch
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Keynote Lectures
Monday, July 6th, 10:00 – 11:30
Keynote Lecture K1
Chair: Andrzej Wiszniewski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
A Research and Innovation Park for Current and Future Power Systems
Prof. Tarlochan Sidhu - University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
Performance of Power System Protection - Have We Reached the Absolute
Limit?
Dr. Bogdan Kasztenny - Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc., Canada
Tuesday, July 7th, 09:00 – 10:30
Keynote Lecture K2
Chair: Rafal Weron, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Carbon Pass-through Costs in Wholesale Electricity Markets
Prof. Stefan Trueck - Macquarie University, Australia
Operational Security of Modern Power Transmission System with High
Penetration of Renewables
Dr. Ivan Dudurych - EirGrid - Transmission System Operator, Ireland
Wednesday, July 8th, 09:00 – 09:45
Keynote Lecture K3
Chair: Tomasz Sikorski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Grid Integration Issues of Renewable Energy
Dr. S.M. Muyeen - The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates
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Technical Programme
Monday, July 6th, 12:00 – 14:00
Session 1: Power Systems Planning
and Development
Session 2:
Energy Markets and RES
Chair: Miroslaw Parol, Warsaw University of
Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Chair: Stefan Trueck, Macquarie University,
Australia
Room: Aula B (10B/108)
A novel Geo-spatial Clustering Tool
applied to Power System Strategic
Planning (ID 21)
European Gas Markets: Are we
Approaching a Single Market?
Pablo Ezequiel Wiernes, Niklas Van Bracht,
Albert Moser, Sebastian Bohlen - RWTH
Aachen University, Germany
Selected Problems of Planning of
Electric Power Network Infrastructure
Development – the Case of Poland
(ID 117)
Waldemar Dolega - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Rita Laura D'Ecclesia - Sapienza University of
Rome, Italy
Social Acceptance of Green Energy
and Dynamic Electricity Tariffs –
A Short Review (ID 92)
Anna Kowalska-Pyzalska - Wroclaw Univeristy
of Technology, Poland
Italian Wholesale Electricity Market:
Efficiency and Cost Evaluation of
Distribution Systems based on Multiple RES Effects Across Day-ahead and
Balancing Markets (ID 155)
Time Points (ID 53)
Ahmet Onen - Abdullah Gul University, Turkey Angelica Gianfreda - London Business
School, United Kingdom
Lucia Parisio, Matteo Pelagatti - University of
Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Genetic Algorithm for Optimal Sizing
and Location of Multiple Distributed
Generations in Electrical Network
(ID 98)
Ahmed Al Ameri, Cristian Nichita - University
of Le Havre, France
Tariq Riouch, R. El-Bachtiri - LESSI
laboratory, University REEPER Group,
Morocco
Utilizing Forward Looking Capacity
Constraints to Assess the Probability
of an Electricity Price Spike
Pawel Maryniak - Wroclaw Univeristy of
Economics, Poland
Distributed Power System Topology
Verification with Use of Multi-agent
Systems (ID 86)
Tomasz Okon, Kazimierz Wilkosz - Wroclaw
University of Technology, Poland
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Technical Programme
Monday, July 6th, 15:30 – 17:00
Session 3:
HV Transmission Systems
Session 4:
Structural Modeling in Energy Markets
Chair: Marian Sobierajski, Wroclaw University
of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Chair: Rita D'Ecclesia
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Room: Aula B (10B/108)
Elektroenerqeticeskiy sektor
Azerbaijana (Azerbaijan's power
sector)
Structural Price Modelling and Hourly
Resolution Forward Curves for the
Germany Power Market
Arif Gashimov - Azerbaijan Scientific –
Michael Coulon - University of Sussex, United
Research and Design- Prospecting Institute of Kingdom
Power Engineering LTD, Azerbaijan
Selected Issues of Cable Link
Designing in HVAC and HVDC
Submarine Power Grids (ID 108)
Miroslaw Parol, Sylwester Robak, Lukasz
Rokicki - Warsaw University of Technology,
Poland
Jacek Wasilewski - PSE Innowacje Sp. z o.o.
Konstancin-Jeziorna, Poland
HVDC Interconnection Models for
Consider its Impact in Real-Time
Voltage Stability Assessment (ID 40)
Angel Perez, Hjörtur Jóhannsson, Jacob
Østegaard - Technical University of Denmark,
Denmark
Per Lund - Energinet.dk, Denmark
Estimating the Price-effects of
Germany's Nuclear Phase-out:
A Longitudinal/functional Data
Perspective
Dominic Liebl - University Bonn, Germany
Energy Portfolios, Stochastic LCOE
and Deviation Measures
Carlo Lucheroni - University of Camerino, Italy
Carlo Mari - University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy
A New Design of Double Input Power
System Stabilizers Using SQP for
Interconnected Power Systems (ID 58)
Influence of Energy Mix on the Future
Grid Integration of PV and Wind in
Europe (ID 84)
Mohamad Reza Tavakoli, Vahid Rasouli University of Isfahan, Iran
Sahar Allahkaram - Islamic Azad University,
Iran
Dominic Hewes, Rolf Witzmann, Pablo
Espinosa - Technical University of Munich,
Germany
Application of DSTATCOM on
Distribution Networks with Small
Hydropower injected (ID 63)
Yan Chen, Yongjun Zhang - South China
University of Technology, China
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Technical Programme
Tuesday, July 7th, 11:00 – 13:00
Session 5:
Relay Protection Algorithms
Session 6:
Modeling and Forecasting Prices
Chair: Murari Mohan Saha
ABB AB, Västerås, Sweden
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Chair: Michael Coulon
University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Room: Aula B (10B/108)
Detection of High Impedance Faults in
M.V. Mesh Distribution Network (ID
152)
Component Estimation for Electricity
Market Data: Deterministic or
Stochastic? (ID 99)
Muhammad M.A.S. Mahmoud - Al Hosn Gas,
United Arab Emirates
Francesco Lisi - University of Padua, Italy
Matteo Pelagatti - University of MilanoBicocca, Italy
Research of Wave-head Characteristics
of Fault-generated Travelling Wave on
Transmission Line in Different
Frequency Bands (ID 20)
Is it Possible to Successfully Forecast
Short-term Prices of Oil?
Monika Papiez, Slawomir Smiech - Cracow
University of Economics, Poland
Aoyu Lei, Xinzhou Dong, Shenxing Shi, Bin
Wang - State Key Laboratory of Power
System, Tsinghua University, China
Field Tests of the Traveling Wave
Based Protection for Ungrounded
Distribution Network (ID 55)
Energy Price Modeling and
Forecasting by Means of a Seasonal
Fractional Exponential Model
Yujun Wang, Xinzhou Dong, Shenxing Shi,
Jun Wang, Jianzhao Geng - Tsinghua
University, China
Niels Haldrup, Oskar Knapik - Aarhus
University, Denmark
Tommaso Proietti - University of Rome Tor
Vergata, Italy
An Integral Engineering Process for
Centralised Protection & Control
Systems According to IEC 61850-6
(ID 27)
Application of the Principal
Components Method to Combining
Electricity Spot Price Forecasts
Katarzyna Maciejowska, Jakub Nowotarski Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Bjoern Bauernschmitt, Michael Kaliwoda,
Bjoern Martin Keune, Dominik Hilbrich,
Christian Rehtazn - TU Dortmund University,
Germany
Analysis of Protection Criterion Values
Algorithms in Case of Distorted Signals
(ID 122)
Bartosz Brusilowicz, Janusz Szafran,
Grzegorz Wisniewski - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
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Technical Programme
Tuesday, July 7th, 14:30 – 16:30
Session 7: Protection and Instrument
Transformers
Session 8:
Forecasting Loads and Renewables
Chair: Bogdan Kasztenny, Schweitzer
Engineering Laboratories, Canada
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Chair: Carlo Lucheroni
University of Camerino, Italy
Room: Aula B (10B/108)
Development of a Hybrid Platform for
Automated Type and Online
Application Testing of Protection &
Control Schemes (ID 14)
Recent Advances and Challenges in
Probabilistic Renewable Energy
Forecasting
Emil Iversen - Technical University of
Denmark, Denmark
Dominik Hilbrich, Björn Keune, Christian
Rehtanz - TU Dortmund University, Germany
A Measuring System to Identify the
Frequency Response of High Current
Instrument Transformers (ID 33)
Multilayer Perception for Short-term
Load Forecasting: from Global to Local
Approach
Christian Jäschke, Peter Schegner Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Grzegorz Dudek - Czestochowa University of
Technology, Poland
Accuracy of Current Transformer with
Current Errors at Harmonics Equal to
the Limiting Values Defined in IEC
60044-8 Standard for Transformation of
Distorted Primary Current (ID 115)
Modelling and Forecasting Electricity
Load Using LASSO Methods (ID 150)
Florian Ziel - Europa-Universität Viadrina
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Michal Kaczmarek - Lodz University of
Technology, Poland
Operation of Inductive Protective
Current Transformer in Condition of
Distorted Current Transformation
(ID 116)
Michal Kaczmarek - Lodz University of
Technology, Poland
Improving Short-term Load Forecast
Accuracy via Combining Sister
Forecasts
Rafal Weron - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Applicability of Rogowski Coil Made in
PCB HDI Technology in Power System
Protection (ID 123)
Marcin Habrych, Grzegorz Wisniewski Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Bogdan Miedzinski - Institute of Innovative
Technologies EMAG, Poland
Aleksander Lisowiec - Tele and Radio
Research Institute ITR, Poland
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Technical Programme
Tuesday, July 7th, 17:00 – 19:00
Session 9:
Protection and Fault Location
Session 10:
Efficient Solutions in Power Systems
Chair: Janusz Szafran, Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Chair: Murat Gol, Middle East Technical
University, Turkey
Room: Aula B (10B/108)
Accurate Impedance Based Fault
Location Algorithm Using
Communication between Protective
Relays (ID 64)
An Integrated System Configuration for
Electric Springs to Enhance the
Stability in Future Smart Grid (ID 81)
Location of Inter-Circuit Faults on
Double-Circuit Transmission Line
(ID 104)
Appropriate Interaction of the
Microgrid and Main Network by Using
Unidirectional Fault Current Limiters
(ID 112)
Abdul Mannan Rauf, Vinod Khadkikar,
Cezary Dzienis, Yilmaz Yelgin - Siemens AG, Mohamed Shawky El Moursi - Masdar
Institute of Science and Technology, United
Germany
Marie Washer, Jean-Claude Maun - Universite Arab Emirates
Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Murari Mohan Saha - ABB AB, Sweden
Gabriela Smetek, Jan Izykowski, Eugeniusz
Ebrahim Farjah, Sadegh Mousavi, Teymoor
Rosolowski, Piotr Pierz - Wroclaw University of Ghanbari - Shiraz University, Iran
Technology, Poland
Research on Performance Test of
Travelling Wave Fault Locators (ID 68)
Teng Feng, Xinzhou Dong, Fei Xu - Tsinghua
University, China
Bingyu Li - Beijing Scaling Sky Compass Co.
Ltd, China
Electric Arc Furnace's Active and
Reactive Powers Measurement Based
on Multi-Resolution Structure (ID 32)
Babak Abdolmaleki, Haidar Samet - Shiraz
University, Iran
Security and Speed Assessment of a
New Distance Protection Algorithm
Based on the Wavelet Transform
(ID 100)
Synchronized Profiles of Power Quality
Parameters in Assessment of
Disturbances in Power Systems with
Distributed Generation (ID 107)
Sinisa Zubic, Przemyslaw Balcerek - ABB
Corporate Research Center, Kraków, Poland
Adam Gubanski, Pawel Kostyla, Beata
Kredenc, Zbigniew Leonowicz, Jacek Rezmer,
Tomasz Sikorski - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Avoiding blackouts with Dynamic
Thermal Line Rating (ID 120)
Problems of Power Flow Computations
for Power System with UPFC (ID 87)
Lukasz Staszewski, Waldemar Rebizant Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Tomasz Okon, Kazimierz Wilkosz - Wroclaw
University of Technology, Poland
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Technical Programme
Wednesday, July 8th, 09:45 – 10:45
Session 9:
Poster Session
Chair: Miroslaw Lukowicz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: 115
11.1
Analysis of Different Configuration for
FC-TCR SVC: Simulation and
Laboratory Study (ID 61)
11.2
Expert Evaluation Method of the SAIDI
Normative Reliability Index (ID 76)
Adrian Halinka, Marcin Niedopytalski, Piotr
Rzepka, Pawel Sowa, Mateusz Szablicki Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Shawon,
Zbigniew Hanzelka, Aleksander Dziadecki AGH University of Science & Technology,
Poland
11.3
Agent Model of Multi-Agent System of
Area Power System Protection (ID 77)
11.4
Forecasting Tools for the Electricity
Production in Onshore Wind Farms (ID
83)
Adrian Halinka, Piotr Rzepka, Mateusz
Szablicki - Silesian University of Technology,
Poland
Mateusz Dutka, Boguslaw Swiatek - AGH
University of Science and Technology, Poland
11.5
Modeling of Self-excitation of Induction
Motors for Electric Networks
Auxiliaries under Post-fault Conditions
(ID 106)
Mykhaylo Seheda, Nazar Ravlyk - Lviv
Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
11.7
Aspects of Virtual Market of Electrical
Energy (ID 140)
Tetyana Tereschenko, Julia Yamnenko,
Liubov Klepach - National Technical University
of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Ukraine
Valeriia Peterheria - Taras Shevchenko
National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
11.6
Transitional Processes at Switching-off
Capacitor Banks by Circuit-Breakers
with Pre-Insertion Resistors (ID 113)
Tahir Lazimov, Narmin Babayeva - Azerbaijan
Technical University, Azerbaijan
Esam Ali Saafan - University of El-Mansoura,
Egypt
11.8
Power Demand Forecasting Using
Stochastic Model: Parameter
Estimation (ID 146)
Ruihong Ma - Henan Danfeng Technology
Co., Ltd, China
Rentao Wu - University of Edinburgh, UK
Mustafa A. Khanwala - University College
London, United Kingdom
Dan Li - Durham University, United Kingdom
Shuping Dang - University of Oxford, United
Kingdom
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Technical Programme
Wednesday, July 8th, 09:45 – 10:45
Session 9: (continued)
Poster Session
Chair: Miroslaw Lukowicz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: 115
11.9
The Model of the Capacitive Circuit in
Matlab Software Which is used for the
Analysis of Surge Protection
Effectiveness (ID 154)
11.10
Cyber Security in Communication of
SCADA Systems using IEC 61850
(ID 156)
Joanna Budzisz - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Robert Czechowski, Pawel Wicher, Bernard
Wiecha - Wroclaw University of Technology,
Poland
11.11
Earth Faults Detection and Isolation
System for MV Network (ID 51)
11.12
Application of C-type Filter to DC
Adjustable Speed Drive (ID 54)
Jozef Lorenc, Jerzy Andruszkiewicz, Bartosz
Olejnik, Bogdan Staszak - Poznan University
of Technology, Poland
Przemyslaw Balcerek - ABB Corporate
Research Center, Kraków, Poland
Chamberlin Stephane Azebaze Mboving,
Zbigniew Hanzelka - AGH University of
Science and Technology, Poland
11.13
The Electricity Consumption in Polish
Households (ID 47)
11.14
Improvement the Reliability of HV
Power Transmission Lines Protection
by means of Modern Devices and
Methods (ID 69)
Marek Kott - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Arif M. Gashimov, Fakhraddin L. Khidirov,
Aytek Babayeva - Azerbaijan Scientific–
Research and Design-Prospecting Institute of
Power Engineering LTD, Azerbaijan
Ahmet Nayir - Fatih University, Turkey
11.15
Regenerative Load Emulator with
Battery Charging for Evaluation of
Energy Management in Microgrid with
Distributed Renewable Sources (ID 26)
11.16
The use of Cloud Computing in AMI
System Architecture (ID 128)
Krzysztof Billewicz - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Vani Vijay, C. Viswanatha, Neha Adhikari Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore,
India
Giridhar P. Kini - Manipal University, India
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Technical Programme
Wednesday, July 8th, 09:45 – 10:45
Session 9: (continued)
Poster Session
Chair: Miroslaw Lukowicz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: 115
11.17
Evaluation of Differentiation of Energy
Tariffs for Households in Terms of
Their Stimulatory Function (ID 130)
11.18
Research of the Impact of Voltage
Quality and Reactive Power Configuration for Shock Loads Connected
into Distribution Network (ID 65)
Wiktoria Grycan - Wroclaw University of
Technology, Poland
Jun-xiao Zhang, Xue-ying Zhang - Grid
Planning & Research Center, Guandong
Power Grid Corporation, China
Jia-hao Yang, Yong-jun Zhang, Hong-jie
Geng, Sen Ouyang - South China University
of Technology, China
11.19
A Differential Setting Method for
Gateway Reactive Power Interval of
110kV Substation (ID 75)
11.20
A new Approach to Voltage Collapse
Point Assessment by Continuous
Tellegen's Power Flow (ID 36)
Yongjun Zhang, Yingqi Yi, Shuyi Sun - South
China University of Technology, China
Peyman Mohammadi, Alireza Shamim - Fajr
Petrochemical Company, Iran
Javad Erfanian - Ramtec Company, Iran
Yousof Mohammadiosmanvandi Padidehkarsazsanat Company, Iran
Hamid Lesani - Tehran University, Iran
11.21
Analysis of Ancillary Services within
Smart Grid Framework (ID 43)
11.22
Analysis of Electromagnetic
Disturbances for Grid-Connected PV
Plants (ID 44)
Ramona Vatu, Oana Ceaki, Monica Mancasi,
Radu Porumb, George Seritan - University
Politechnica Bucharest, Romania
Oana Ceaki, Ramona Vatu, Monica Mancasi,
Radu Porumb, George Seritan - University
Politechnica Bucharest, Romania
11.23
FPGA based Vector Control of PM
Motor using Sliding Mode Observer, (ID
151)
Hanan Mikhael Dawood Habbi - Baghdad
University, Iraq
Afaneen Anwer Abood Al-Khazraji Technology university, Iraq
11.25
Macromodeling as an Approach to
Improve the Analysis of Electric Power
Systems and their Elements (ID 101)
Petro Stakhiv, Oksana Hoholyuk - Lviv
Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
11.24
Optimizing Differential Protection
Settings for Power Transformer, (ID 79)
Saad M. Saad, Abdelsalam Elhaffar, Khalil ElArroudi - University of Benghazi, Libya
11.26
Modeling Transients in Compensated
Electrical Grids during Line Faults
(ID 103)
Yuriy Varetsky, Mykchajlo Seheda, Ivan Taran
- Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
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Technical Programme
Wednesday, July 8th, 11:15 – 13:00
Session 12: Power System Operation
Chair: Waldemar Rebizant, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
A Robust Parameter Estimation Method Based on LAV Estimator. (ID 42)
Volkan Ozdemir, Murat Gol - Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Chaotic Behavior of Single Machine Infinite Bus power system subjected to
Turbine Torque Ripple (ID 97)
Sunil P. Nangrani, Sunil S. Bhat - Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology - VNIT, India
Security Information Sharing for the Polish Power System (ID 52)
Rafal Leszczyna, Robert Malkowski - Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Maciej Losinski - Żarnowiec Pumped-Storage Power Plant, Poland
Improved Continuation Load Flow to Enhance Maximum Loadability Estimation
(ID 90)
Peyman Mohammadi, Heidar Dehghani - Fajr Petrochemical Company, Iran
Hamid Lesani - Tehran University, Iran
Yousof Mohammadiosmanvandi - Padidehkarsazsanat Company, Iran
A Study of Operation Area for Power Line with UPFC (ID 88)
Tomasz Okon, Kazimierz Wilkosz - Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Thursday, July 9th, 09:00 – 10:45
Session 13: Renewable Energy
Chair: Ivan Dudurych , EirGrid, Ireland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Application of an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Controller for Speed Control of
Switched Reluctance Generator Driven by Variable Speed Wind Turbine (ID 121)
S.M. Muyeen, Ahmed Al-Durra - The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates
Hany M. Hasanien - Ain Shams University, Egypt
Primary and Secondary Frequency Control in a Small Power System (SPS) with
Rotating and Static Sources after Islanding (ID 15)
Marian Sobierajski, Wilhelm Rojewski - Wroclaw Univeristy of Technology, Poland
Modeling and Study of Operating Mo des of Small Hydro Power Plants with
Double Fed Induction Generators
Musahil Musayev - Azerbaijan Scientific-Research & Design-Prospecting, Power Engineering
Institute, Azerbaijan
Application of Adaptability Coefficient in Power Production Evaluation of a
Wind Farm (ID 49)
Vahid Rasouli, Sahar Allahkaram - Islamic Azad University, Iran
Mohamad Reza Tavakoli - University of Isfahan, Iran
Real-time Distributed Economic Dispatch for Distributed Generation Based on
Multi-Agent System (ID 57)
Kui Luo - China Electric Power Research Institute, China
Qiuwei Wu, Jacob Østergaard, Arne Hejde Nielsen - Technical University of Denmark,
Denmark
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Technical Programme
Thursday, July 9th, 11:15 – 13:00
Session 14: System Analysis and Modelling
Chair: Kazimierz Wilkosz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Room: Aula D (10D/109)
Modeling and Analysis of the Single-Core Phase Shifting Transformer and Its
Differential Protection (ID 153)
Krzysztof Solak, Waldemar Rebizant - Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Ludwig Schiel - Siemens AG Berlin, Germany
Analysis of Small Signal Modeling of Single-phase Grid-interactive Power
Converter with LCL Filter (ID 147)
Chitti Babu Baladhandautham, Tomas Cernak - VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Czech
Republic
Naga Sowmya Tontepu - Arizona State University, United States
Eugeniusz Rosolowski - Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Modernization of Hydraulic Turbine Model in the Electrodynamic Model of
Power System (ID 67)
Dmitry Nikitin, Oleg Bakhmisov, Alexey Khokhlov, Yury Korolev - National Research University
"Moscow Power Engineering Institute", Russian Federation
Neural Modeling of the Electrical Power System Development Based on IEEE
RTS Test Data (ID 50)
Jerzy Tchórzewski, Maciej Pytel - University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce,
Poland
Verification of New Protection Algorithm for Compensated MV Distribution
Systems (ID 118)
Miroslaw Lukowicz, Pawel Wicher, Bernard Wiecha - Wroclaw University of Technology,
Poland
Efficiency Analysis of ROCOF Relay for Anti-Islanding Application (ID 91)
Daniel Bejmert - Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
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