Event-Based Simulation of a Decentralized Protection System Based on Secured GOOSE Messages Articles uri icon

authors

  • LEDESMA LARREA, PABLO
  • Jafary, Peyman
  • Repo, Sami
  • Álvarez, Amelia
  • Ramos, Francisco
  • Giustina, Davide Della
  • Dedè, Alessio

publication date

  • June 2020

start page

  • 3250-1

end page

  • 3250-17

issue

  • 12

volume

  • 13

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 1996-1073

abstract

  • A new simulation library is developed on OMNeT++ to model faults in distribution systems. The proposed library makes it possible to calculate the status of lines and busbars from the point of view of a protection system, enabling the modeling of overcurrents, power outages and fault passage indicators. The library is applied to model a decentralized protection system based on the exchange of IEC 61850 Generic Object Oriented Substation Events (GOOSE) messages between intelligent electronic devices responsible for the operation of circuit breakers and disconnectors. The time needed to secure and transmit GOOSE messages over the Internet is characterized and included in the model. Several studies are carried out to analyze the effect of different parameters, such as GOOSE retransmission times and failure rates of switching devices and communication channels, on the performance of the protection system.

keywords

  • modelling of power systems; fault location isolation and system restoration; digital protections; automation of distribution systems; IEC 61850