Visible to the public Intelligent System for Automatic Performance Evaluation of Distribution System Operators

TitleIntelligent System for Automatic Performance Evaluation of Distribution System Operators
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsTeive, R. C. G., Neto, E. A. C. A., Mussoi, F. L. R., Rese, A. L. R., Coelho, J., Andrade, F. F., Cardoso, F. L., Nogueira, F., Parreira, J. P.
Conference Name2017 19th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to Power Systems (ISAP)
Keywordsautomatic performance evaluation, Companies, distribution system operators, Distribution Systems, economic criteria, Economic indicators, electrical distribution network operators, electrical network, electrical utilities, Electricity supply industry, evaluation process, expert systems, Human Behavior, intelligent system, maintenance engineering, multicriteria evaluation, operation rules, operation standards, Operators Evaluation, performance evaluation, performance evaluation procedure, personal criteria, power distribution economics, power distribution reliability, power engineering computing, power outage time minimization, power system security, pubcrawl, resilience, Resiliency, Scalability, security, Switches, technical criteria, technical indicators, TES, Training, Tutorial Expert System, Tutorials
AbstractThe performance evaluation of distribution network operators is essential for the electrical utilities to know how prepared the operators are to execute their operation standards and rules, searching for minimizing the time of power outage, after some contingency. The performance of operators can be evaluated by the impact of their actions on several technical and economic indicators of the distribution system. This issue is a complex problem, whose solution involves necessarily some expertise and a multi-criteria evaluation. This paper presents a Tutorial Expert System (TES) for performance evaluation of electrical distribution network operators after a given contingency in the electrical network. The proposed TES guides the evaluation process, taking into account technical, economic and personal criteria, aiding the quantification of these criteria. A case study based on real data demonstrates the applicability of the performance evaluation procedure of distribution network operators.
Citation Keyteive_intelligent_2017