On-Demand: Deriving Operational Value from Dynamic Line Rating
Abstract: FREE Webinar: Transmission line operation is governed by the maximum current allowed to flow through the line while maintaining a minimum ground clearance. That current is the line rating associated with maximum conductor temperature defined sag. Dynamic line ratings strive to identify the maximum current a line can transfer when considering ambient weather conditions in real time. Using results obtained from the DOE – Oncor Smart Grid Demonstrationg Project," this webinar will discuss the importance of continuous monitoring the conductor, the spatial context of miles of line's impact on the ratings and the benefit of autonomously integrating the dynamic rating into the operations environment at the TMS and ISO.
Key points to be addressed include:
- Spatial Context is Key and Point Data has no spatial reference
- It's not % over static that is important it's the Probability Curve – how often DLR > SLR
- Taking a snapshot of data (regardless of duration) and saying that defines your ratings is false
- Streaming to TMS and ISO are Key
Tip Goodwin, P.E.
Oncor Electric Delivery