Power Grid Resilience
Volume 105, Issue 7 | July 2017
Special Issue Papers
By J. Wang and H. Gharavi
By M. Panteli, D. N. Trakas, P. Mancarella, and N. D. Hatziargyriou
This paper provides a power system resilience assessment framework for system hardening and operational enhancement.
Resilience-Oriented Pre-Hurricane Resource Allocation in Distribution Systems Considering Electric Buses
By H. Gao, Y. Chen, S. Mei, S. Huang, and Y. Xu
This paper proposes a pre-hurricane resource allocation method consider- ing generation fuel, batteries, and electric buses.
By F. Qiu and P. Li
This paper describes a novel integrated approach for bulk power system restoration.
By Z. Bie, Y. Lin, G. Li, and F. Li
This paper presents a load restoration framework based on distribution automation technologies.
Modernizing Distribution System Restoration to Achieve Grid Resiliency Against Extreme Weather Events: An Integrated Solution
By C. Chen, J. Wang and D. Ton
This paper aims to design a decision support tool for closed-loop distribu- tion system restoration.
By Z. Li, M. Shahidehpour, F. Aminifar, A. Alabdulwahab, and Y. Al-Turki
This paper discusses how to form a networked microgrid cluster for improving power system resilience.
By F. Blaabjerg, Y. Yang, D. Yang, and X. Wang
This paper investigates the role of distributed power generation in power grid resilience improvement and the associated protection issues.
By A. Hooshyar and R. Iravani
This paper focuses on the new requirements of microgrid protection in comparison with the traditional subtransmission and transmission protection systems.
By C. Ji, Y. Wei, and H. V. Poor
This paper discusses data analytics-based power grid resilience modeling and the relevant metrics.
By Z. Li, M. Shahidehpour, and F. Aminifar
This paper addresses cybersecurity issues in distributed power systems, in particular, microgrids.
By A. Ashok, M. Govindarasu, and J. Wang
This paper proposes a comprehensive attack-resilience wide-area monitor- ing, protection, and control framework with a layered defense-in-depth approach.
By H. Gharavi and B. Hu
This paper focuses on using synchrophasor data to improve the effective- ness of grid protection and reducing outages.
Hurricanes and Power System Reliability-The Effects of Individual Decisions and System-Level Hardening
By A. C. Reilly, G. L. Tonn, C. Zhai, and S. D. Guikema
This paper discusses a novel perspective on how individual decisions can collectively affect system-level hardening through an integrated outage-prediction and agent-based model.
By H. Aki
This paper discusses the experiences and lessons learned from Japan using demand-side resources to improve electricity continuity.