Open Access
MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 25, 2015
2015 International Conference on Energy, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering (EMME 2015)
Article Number 01007
Number of page(s) 8
Section Energy Engineering
Published online 06 October 2015
  1. IEC61850-1, Communication Network and System in Substations-Part 1: Introduction and overview[S]. Geneva: IEC, 2003.
  2. IEC61850-9-1, Communication networks and systems in substation-Part 9-1: Specific communication service mapping (SCSM)-Sampled values over serial unidirectional multidrop point to point link[S], Geneva: IEC, 2003.
  3. JIEC61850-9-2, Communication networks and systems in substation-Part 9-2: Specific Communication service mapping (SCSM)-Sampled values over ISO/IEC 8802-3[S]. Geneva: IEC, 2004.
  4. He, L. & Zhan, W. 2010. Problem Analysis of GOOSE Technology in Substation Application. Hebei Electric Power, 29(4):2–4.
  5. Wu, Q.F. & Chen, K. IEC61850 and Applied Research on Digital Substation. Electrical Technology, 2009, 62(2): 5–11.
  6. Li, J., Xue, T. & Zhu. B. 2012. Brief Analysis of the Framework and Primary Technology of Intelligent Sub-station. Discovering Value, 25(7): 22–33.
  7. Wu, Y.C. & Wang, Z.P., et al. 2009. Application and Analysis of Substation Configuration Language. Electric Power System Protection and Control, 37(15): 18–22.
  8. Wang, Z.Z. & Sun, D. 2011. Study on IEC61850 Configuration File Test. Electric Power System Protection and Control, 39(6): 8–12.
  9. Jing, L.C., Li, Q.W. & Dong, F. 2012. Investigation on the Construction of GOOSE Information Model Based on IEC61850 Standard. Automation & Instrumentation, 164(6): 10–15.
  10. Gao, Y.D., Zhu, B.S. & Li, H. 2011. Research on the Application of the “Virtual Terminator” Design Method of Digital Substation. Electric Power System Protection and Control, 39(5): 15–20.
  11. Chen, H.D., Yun, B.J. & Dai, W.Z., et al. 2013. Study of the Switching Station Protection Based on GOOSE Mechanism. Electric Power System Protection and Control, 41(13): 120–136.
  12. Yang, W.Z. 2014. Reliability Analysis of Digital Substation Based on Bayesian Network. Architectural Engineering Technology and Design, (4): 540–561.
  13. Hu, J.B., Chang, X.J. & Huang, R.H. et al. 2011. “Three-in-One” Netowrking Scheme and VLAN Division of Intelligent Substation Process Level. Electgrotechnics, 39(9): 9–14.
  14. FAN Chen, NI Yi-min, & DOU Renhui, et al. 2011. Analysis of networkscheme for process layer in smart substation. Automation of Electric Power Systems, 35(18): 64–70.
  15. Huang, S.X., Huang, T.G. & Cheng, X. 2012. Study of the Information Integration Platform Construction Scheme of Intelligent Substation. Northeast Electric Power Technology, 33 (2): 19–25.
  16. Fan, C., Li, Y.M. & Dou, R.H., et al. 2011. Analysis of Intelligent Substation Process Level Networking Scheme. Power System Automation, 35(18): 64–70.
  17. Zhang, Y.L., Chen, X.Q. & Wang, C.M., et al. 2012. Reliability Assessment on the Second-order System of Intelligent Substation. Power System and Clean Energy, 28(11):6–13.
  18. Zhu, Q.C., Su, J. & Zhao, Y.H., et al. 2012. Analysis and Study of the Three-in-One Network Architecture of Intelligent Substation. Mechanical and Electrical Information, 56(36): 141–146
  19. Cao, H.O., Yan, G.P. & Xu, N., et al. 2011. GOOSE Networking Scheme of Digital Substation. Electric Power Automation Equipment, 31(4): 142–154.
  20. Yang, G., Wang, Z.Q. & Wang, W.L., et al. 2012. Discussion about the Key Technology of Intelligent Substation Process-Level Switch. Electrical Technology, (1): 49–56.
  21. Ren, Y.M. & Cao, F.M. 2013. New Trend and New Application of IEC61850. Power System Automation, 37(2): 2–7.
  22. CUI Quansheng, WEI Yong, & HE Yong-ji, et al. 2011. Analysis of PTP1588 protocol. Power System Protection and Control, 39 (10): 140–152.

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.