Construção de modelos de redes de distribuição a partir de sistemas de informação geográfica utilizando grafos
Keywords: Connectivity, DIgSILENT, PowerFactory, Geographic Information System (GIS), Graph Theory, Network Model, OpenDSS
AbstractThe integration of renewable distributed generation and new technologies in modern power distribution networks brings changes in the operation and planning of these networks. The evaluation of these changes requires increasingly detailed computational models of the distribution network to be used by specialized analysis and simulation tools. In this work, an efficient methodology is presented that allows building network models for two electrical systems analysis software from the information available in a geographic information system, and using graph theory. The two types of network models built are used by the DIgSILENT PowerFactory and OpenDSS software, which allow carrying out studies and simulations to evaluate the new challenges in the operation and planning of the distribution system. The performance of the proposed methodology is evaluated in the construction of models of real distribution feeders of an Ecuadorian utility.