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Texas A&M Electrical System Microgrid: Automation, Load Shed, and Zero Voltage Start 

08-21-2017 11:30

Summary

Texas A&M University produces and distributes power in parallel with the utility. A study of the electrical system identified several contingencies ranging from the loss of one distribution transformer to a complete campus outage mitigating strategies. Solutions include an automated load shed system controlling the distribution system and an automated zero voltage start algorithm. The results of this study will provide a more reliable electrical system in the event of potential electrical system disturbances. The presentation details study results. 

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Bradley Shuffield, Burns & McDonnell



#TexasAM #NorthAmerica #Resiliency #BurnsandMcDonnell #Texas #UnitedStates #GridModernization #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2016 #Microgrids

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Bradley Shuffield, Burns & McDonnell