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Special Session

Special Session Introduction

Abstract: In the new-type power system with renewable energy as the main power source, there are few power generation units (such as coal-fired and gas-fired power units) with strong support capacity, and the ability of the system to resist the impact of natural disasters is weak. In addition, a large number of advanced information equipment are used in the new-type power system, which is vulnerable to man-made attacks. The safe and reliable operation of the new-type power system will face severe challenges under natural disasters (such as typhoons, earthquakes, etc.) and man-made attacks (for example, cyber-physical attacks). Before disasters, optimal planning of generators, transmission, and distribution networks need to be considered on a long time scale, while hardening planning for power facilities should be employed on a short time scale. During disasters, it is necessary to improve the capacity to absorb energy released by disasters and the power supply capacity for important loads through preventive scheduling. After disasters, the system should have the rapid recovery ability to ensure the power supply for loads.
Technical Outline of the Session: The new-type power system consists of transmission networks, distribution networks, generation units, distributed generators, integrated energy systems, and so on. Thus, the resilience improvement measures that can be taken are also different from different viewpoints. In this sense, state-of-the-art research advances in the application of resilience enhancement strategies for the new-type power system are encouraged in this special session. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • resilience-oriented planning and hardening methods for transmission networks, distribution networks, and (distributed) generation units
  • preventive scheduling approaches for transmission networks and generations
  • optimal scheduling of mobile energy storage systems
  • optimal planning and operation for integrated energy systems
  • fast restoration strategies for transmission and distribution networks

  • Special Session Organizers

    Dr. Yichen Shen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

    Dr. Heng Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

    Dr. Shenxi Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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    Paper Submission Important Dates

    Submission Deadline
    April 30, 2023
    Notification Deadline
    May 30, 2023

    Please enter IEEE I&CPS Asia 2023 online submission system and choose 'SS002: Resilience Enhancement Strategies for The New-type Power System Resist Extreme Events' to submit papers.

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