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Many approaches have been taken on the reconfiguration of power systems, but most of these approaches use a centralized method. While these methods can be acceptable for terrestrial power system applications, doing reconfiguration on shipboard power systems has a different set of issues involved. For naval ships, that may experience damage during battle, a… (More)
This paper presents an advanced protection system design for the main power system of an all-electric ship. Considering the unique characteristics of shipboard power systems, current differential scheme has been chosen as the most reliable primary protection scheme. A graph-theory-based algorithm automatically assigns input currents to their proper… (More)
The philosophy, design, implementation, and evaluation of a ship-wide area differential protection scheme are described in this paper.
Electric power research institute's control center application programming interface proposed the common information model (CIM) as the common information exchange model, which provides an excellent platform for representing the components of a power system. This paper discusses using CIM for data modeling for ship power system analysis. Features include… (More)
Distributed simulation is desirable at many levels of system design. Modeling and simulation of large complex systems, remote monitoring and control, and non-destructive remote testing of devices are three examples of the many applications in which both distributed and real-time distributed simulation are advantageous. Distributed simulation reduces… (More)
With the increased penetration of distributed generation (DG) on power systems, there is much research to look into the impact of the DG on the operations of the power systems. While often there is a concern that the DG will have an adverse effect on the power system, the presence of an alternative source provides an opportunity to use the capabilities of… (More)