Graph Computing based Distributed State Estimation with PMUs

02/20/2020
by   Yi Lu, et al.
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Power system state estimation plays a fundamental and critical role in the energy management system (EMS). To achieve a high performance and accurate system states estimation, a graph computing based distributed state estimation approach is proposed in this paper. Firstly, a power system network is divided into multiple areas. Reference buses are selected with PMUs being installed at these buses for each area. Then, the system network is converted into multiple independent areas. In this way, the power system state estimation could be conducted in parallel for each area and the estimated system states are obtained without compromise of accuracy. IEEE 118-bus system and MP 10790-bus system are employed to verify the results accuracy and present the promising computation performance.

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