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Title: Cascading Failure Analysis Considering Interaction Between Power Grids and Communication Networks
Authors: Ye Cai;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Tao Huang;Bin Zhou
subject: Cascading failures|interdependency|communication network|dynamic power flow|electric dispatching data network
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper aims to model interdependencies between power systems and dispatching data networks, and to analyze the intricate impacts on cascading failures. The functions of communication networks are embedded into dispatching data networks in China, thus we use dispatching data networks in the paper. The structures of dispatching data networks are generally categorized into two types: 1) double-star; and 2) mesh. The correlation of nodes in double-star networks and power systems is “degree to degree,” whereas “degree to betweenness” is the correlation for mesh networks. Furthermore, the interactive model between power grids and dispatching data networks is presented by a dynamic power flow model. Taking the IEEE 39-bus system and China's Guangdong 500-kV system as examples, in the case of random attacks on the interdependent system, simulation results show that the power grid coupled with double-star dispatching data networks has lower probability of catastrophic failures than with the mesh structure, because the double-star dispatching data network has outstanding capability of delivering information even though some communication nodes are out of order. In contrast, under intentional attacks, the decrement of the transmission performance of the double-star network is more serious than that in the mesh network. Therefore, the power system exhibits much higher vulnerability when coupled with the double-star network.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/178769
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/649001
ISSN: 1949-3053
1949-3061
volume: 7
issue: 1
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Title: Cascading Failure Analysis Considering Interaction Between Power Grids and Communication Networks
Authors: Ye Cai;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Tao Huang;Bin Zhou
subject: Cascading failures|interdependency|communication network|dynamic power flow|electric dispatching data network
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper aims to model interdependencies between power systems and dispatching data networks, and to analyze the intricate impacts on cascading failures. The functions of communication networks are embedded into dispatching data networks in China, thus we use dispatching data networks in the paper. The structures of dispatching data networks are generally categorized into two types: 1) double-star; and 2) mesh. The correlation of nodes in double-star networks and power systems is “degree to degree,” whereas “degree to betweenness” is the correlation for mesh networks. Furthermore, the interactive model between power grids and dispatching data networks is presented by a dynamic power flow model. Taking the IEEE 39-bus system and China's Guangdong 500-kV system as examples, in the case of random attacks on the interdependent system, simulation results show that the power grid coupled with double-star dispatching data networks has lower probability of catastrophic failures than with the mesh structure, because the double-star dispatching data network has outstanding capability of delivering information even though some communication nodes are out of order. In contrast, under intentional attacks, the decrement of the transmission performance of the double-star network is more serious than that in the mesh network. Therefore, the power system exhibits much higher vulnerability when coupled with the double-star network.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/178769
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/649001
ISSN: 1949-3053
1949-3061
volume: 7
issue: 1
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Cascading Failure Analysis Considering Interaction Between Power Grids and Communication Networks
Authors: Ye Cai;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Tao Huang;Bin Zhou
subject: Cascading failures|interdependency|communication network|dynamic power flow|electric dispatching data network
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper aims to model interdependencies between power systems and dispatching data networks, and to analyze the intricate impacts on cascading failures. The functions of communication networks are embedded into dispatching data networks in China, thus we use dispatching data networks in the paper. The structures of dispatching data networks are generally categorized into two types: 1) double-star; and 2) mesh. The correlation of nodes in double-star networks and power systems is “degree to degree,” whereas “degree to betweenness” is the correlation for mesh networks. Furthermore, the interactive model between power grids and dispatching data networks is presented by a dynamic power flow model. Taking the IEEE 39-bus system and China's Guangdong 500-kV system as examples, in the case of random attacks on the interdependent system, simulation results show that the power grid coupled with double-star dispatching data networks has lower probability of catastrophic failures than with the mesh structure, because the double-star dispatching data network has outstanding capability of delivering information even though some communication nodes are out of order. In contrast, under intentional attacks, the decrement of the transmission performance of the double-star network is more serious than that in the mesh network. Therefore, the power system exhibits much higher vulnerability when coupled with the double-star network.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/178769
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/649001
ISSN: 1949-3053
1949-3061
volume: 7
issue: 1
Appears in Collections:2016

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