35th CIGRE Serbia conference was held in the period 3rd – 7th October 2021, in Zlatibor, RS. SCC participated with two papers describing parts of development within CROSSBOW and TRINITY projects (see more on crossbowproject.eu and trinityh2020.eu). Both papers were presented to the audience consisted of people from university, institutes, equipment producers, system operators and energy producers.
Paper Methodology for quality check of common grid models describes work performed within CROSSBOW Use Case (UC) 2: Quality check of common grid models. This UC is part of the work package entitled “CROSSBOW Regional Operation Centre Balancing Cockpit (ROC-BC) design and implementation”. Aim of this paper is to describe algorithm and architecture of the system that is used for realization of common grid models’ quality check, as well as to show results obtained so far through developed software tool.
Paper Improved methodology for solving short-term inadequacy describes development performed within TRINITY UC 3.5: Improved Regional Adequacy Assessment. This UC belongs to the group of UCs entitled “Increased reliability and security of the Transmission system”. Aim of this paper is to show improved TRINITY methodology for solving short-term inadequacy on regional level, focusing on differences between it and the initial methodology developed within CROSSBOW project. Based on realistic example from South East Europe, results of starting CROSSBOW and improved TRINITY methodology are also presented in this paper.
SCC engineer took part in special session dedicated to CROSSBOW, where CROSSBOW members presented project results and insights from various High Level Use Cases' developed products and demonstrations. Mr Dušan Prešić presented results from the conducted dynamic line rating and quality check of common grid models experiments.
Besides papers’ presentation and CROSSBOW special session, SCC engineers took part on technical exhibition of 35th CIGRE Serbia conference, where we disseminated CROSSBOW and TRINITY projects, together with the colleagues from EMS, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, SEEPEX and EKC companies.