Study on Modelling a 400/220 KV Power Substation (Critical Infrastructures) – The Simulation of the Permanent Regime with EDSA Programme

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Study on Modelling a 400/220 KV Power Substation (Critical Infrastructures) – The Simulation of the Permanent Regime with EDSA Programme

August 21, 2021 Science and Technology 0

This study aims to demonstrate the operation of the 400/220 kV Rosiori power substation from Romania’s National Power Grid during the permanent regime, as well as the behaviour of the power substation’s electric equipment in relation to this phenomenon. According to the acquired results, we recommend that the power substation’s quality parameters be operated in accordance with the new ENTSO – E (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity) regulations. The study’s goals are as follows: In the context of ensuring the safety and security of electricity supply, each new or upgraded power substation, as critical power infrastructure, should be subjected to a well-functioning risk assessment, which includes: simulation of different operating modes, assessment of occupational health and safety risks, assessment of security risks, and assessment of reliability parameters.

Author (S) Details

Daniel N. Fita
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Emilia Grigorie
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Dragos Pasculescu
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Florin G. Popescu

University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Alina D. Handra
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Cristian Rada
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

Crina Barb
University of Petrosani, 332093 Petrosani, Romania.

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