Impact of Conductor Temperature Time–Space Variation on the Power System Operational State
AbstractThe conductor temperature of an overhead transmission line varies with time and space, which has an important impact on the system operation. In this paper, the conductor temperature is solved iteratively by the CIGRE heat balance equation. The time–space variation of conductor temperature of a 220-kV transmission line is analyzed using real meteorological data from Weihai. Considering the temporal distribution characteristics, the seasonal model of the conductor temperature is given. Considering the spatial distribution, the mean value model, the weight average model, and the segmentation model are established. The system power flow involving the conductor temperature is established based on the relationship between conductor temperature and transmission line parameters. Through the calculation of power flow and the analysis of the maximum power transmission capability, the accuracy of the segmentation model is verified. The results show that the conductor temperature of overhead lines has obvious time–space variation characteristics. It is necessary to consider the time–space variation when analyzing the operation state of power systems. View Full-Text
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Wang, Y.; Mo, Y.; Wang, M.; Zhou, X.; Liang, L.; Zhang, P. Impact of Conductor Temperature Time–Space Variation on the Power System Operational State. Energies 2018, 11, 760.
Wang Y, Mo Y, Wang M, Zhou X, Liang L, Zhang P. Impact of Conductor Temperature Time–Space Variation on the Power System Operational State. Energies. 2018; 11(4):760.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Yanling; Mo, Yang; Wang, Mingqiang; Zhou, Xiaofeng; Liang, Likai; Zhang, Pei. 2018. "Impact of Conductor Temperature Time–Space Variation on the Power System Operational State." Energies 11, no. 4: 760.
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