Project Description
Synchrophasor Analytics is a front end data processing and conditioning for downstream phasor based applications and an extension for development and analysis.

About Phasor Analytics

This project began as part of a DOE demonstration project DE-0E0000118 with the intent of deploying synchrophasors to gain full observability of Dominion Virginia Power's EHV network. In addition to the physical infrastructure, Dominion partnered with Virginia Tech to develop and implement several novel synchrophasor applications centered around the Three Phase Linear State Estimator. Dominion's Three Phase Estimator has been running in the System Operations Center since July 2012. There are 21 measured EHV substations with 98% of EHV breakers monitored by PMU devices at 30 fps. There are a total of 80 PMU devices with over 600 phasors (A, B, C). The code contained in Phasor Analytics represents the core functionality of this implementation and is capable of providing the same functionality to any entity streaming synchrophasor data to a central location.

Phasor Analytics contains libraries for building and maintaining a full breaker/switch network model in both three phase or positive sequence representation, create and managing the system matrix representations of that network and the full set of adapters that integrate these libraries into the openPDC for performing linear state estimation and taking snapshots of the system for offline analysis and testing of the network model.

April 16, 2014 - A final version of the network model editor executable has been added to the downloads page and source code. -KDJ

Last edited Apr 16 at 8:46 PM by kevinjones, version 9