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  • Margaret E. GoodrichProject Consultants, LLCmargaret@j-mgoodrich.com+1-903-477-7176

    CIM Task Force Update: CIM-61850 Harmonization Task Force

    CIM Certification Testing Task ForceWG14 Part Team Focus Community

    DER Focus Community

    mailto:margaret@j-mgoodrich.com

  • Agenda

    CIM-61850 Harmonization TF

    CIM Compliance Testing TF

    DER Harmonization Focus Community

    WG14 Part Team Focus Community

  • CIM-61850 Harmonization TF

    Logistics of TF Team

    Status of IEC current 62361-102 TS

    62361-102-2 Scope

    62361-102-2 Status and Work in Progress

    Special Thanks to: Jay Britton for his contribution to this effort

    Aurelie Dehouck and David Bogen for the Use Cases

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  • CIM-61850 task force Team - experts from WG13, WG14 and WG10

    Weekly conference call meeting every Friday

    Any contributors welcome

    Model Manager & Meeting Organizer: Margaret Goodrich

    IEC Project Manager & Document Editor: Tom Berry

    NWIP status

    National Committee Country Sponsor: France

    IEC 62361-102-1 WG Sponsor: WG19

    Working on Draft NWIP for distribution and approval

    A shared area is set-up (under CIM User group banner) http://cimug.ucaiug.org/Projects/CIM-61850/default.aspx

    11/8/2017 4

    http://cimug.ucaiug.org/Projects/CIM-61850/default.aspx

  • Status of IEC Current 62361-102 TS

    The initial harmonization document is 62361-102 covers the Substation to SCADA communications and provides mapping to exchange SCL files with SCADA such that SCADA data acquisition could occur from 61850 SCL files

    The final TS has been submitted to IEC and has been published.

    511/8/2017

  • 62361-102-2 TS Scope Volt Control (based on state estimation) - Possible actions:

    Adjust the settings of Transformers (voltage regulatingtransformers and substation OLTC)

    Adjust active and/or reactive power injection by the DER units - Energy Storage system?

    Network topology modification

    Var control - Possible actions:

    1. Switch shunt capacitors

    2. Adjust reactive power injection by the DER units - energystorage system?

    611/8/2017

  • Current CIM-61850 Component Diagram

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    Grid Power Carrying Elements

    Grid Local Controls &Sensors

    Grid Control Configuration

    RTO, TSO, DSO, DERMS, Aggregator, CustomerControl Centers

    Control Center Configuration

    Comms Layer

    Network Model Management

    (past, present and future views of the system as a

    whole)

    Detailed Engineering Designs

    (Substations, Lines, Feeders, Generation,

    Aggregators, Customers, etc.)

    Planning and operations planning apps

    Base Case Configuration

    Grid Simulator

    Fake

    Co

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    s

    Hypothetical

    As-built +

    About to go live

    As-builtDER System Controller *

    DER System *

    VVC Coordinator

    LTC

    Tap

    Cap Bank Ctrl

    Cap

    SystemMeasurements

    Control State

    Settings /Controls

    Comms Layer

    CB

    Inter Control Ctr

    Litmus test for this layer is that the device or system

    can be simulated by traditional steady-state parameters, dynamic block diagrams, etc

    Other Field Automation Intelligence

    Other System

    * - Will Align with 61850 Terminology when it is finalized.

  • 62361-102-2 Work in progress

    Have drafts for 2 use cases complete with actor list and descriptions.

    Next step is to develop the NWIP for the -2 and generate the draft technical specification to define the mapping and gaps that need to be addressed by the 61850 and CIM working groups to update the standards to support the mapping.

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  • CIM Compliance Testing TF

    Activity Summary

    Completed Work Products

    Work In Progress

    Next Steps

    October Test

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  • Activity Summary CIM IOP Testing TF Work Items

    Define what we mean by CIM compliance and certification

    Define the set of CIM compliance artifacts to be produced

    Produce Compliance Artifacts

    Define what we mean by CIM interoperability

    Define the set of CIM interoperability testing artifacts

    Produce IOP artifacts

    Define the process to implement the CIM Testing Program

    Execute the process to implement the CIM Testing Program

  • Completed Work Products

    CIM Compliance Testing Task Force Technical Report

    CIM Compliance Testing Task Force: December 2016 Report. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA:

    2017. 3002007878.

    CIM Compliance and Interoperability Certification Program

    Implementation Process Definition Document

    CIM Testing and Certification Scheme Policies and Procedures, Version 0.1,

    March 2017. UCA International Users Group

  • Work In Progress

    CIM Compliance Test Specification Draft Version 0.1

    CIM Compliance Test Plan Table of Contents defined

    CIM Compliance Test Case Content and Structure defined

    CIM Compliance Test Request Content defined

    CIM Compliance Test Report Content defined

    CIM Compliance Certificate Content defined

    Prepare Compliance Testing Report (Test occurred in Oct 2017

    at EPRI Test Lab)

  • Next Steps

    Complete CIM Compliance Test Specification

    Prioritize and develop the remaining CIM Compliance Testing

    artifacts

    Develop CIM Compliance Testing Process Implementation Plan

    UCA to Implement ITCA processes and procedures

    UCA to set up Test Labs and Audit programs (currently we use

    ANSI for the Audits and UL for the primary Lab)

    Schedule CIM Interoperability Testing discussions

    Complete Testing Committee Restructuring

  • October Test Results

    Had two Vendors Participate

    Schneider Electric, ADMS 3.8 (planned release date March

    2018

    Smarter Grid Solutions, ANM Strata 1.2 (Planned release

    date January 2018)

    EPRI supplied Test Harness to operate as either Client or

    Server as needed by the Vendor

  • Certificates----

  • Certificates----

  • WG14 Part Team Focus Community

    This Focus Community (FC) has been established to obtain more expertise surrounding the end-to-end use cases for the various part standards in WG14.

    The Part teams to be included are: Part 3 (the OMS), Part 6 (the WMS), Part 8 (the CIS) and Part 9 (the AMI)

    Purpose and Scope: to develop end-to-end use cases for the part team and identify the overlap to ensure the CIM standard message profiles developed by each part are complete and accurate.

    11/8/2017 17

  • WG14 Part Team FC This FC will:

    define use cases and requirements

    Identify the set of messages for each use case

    Identify the data required for each message

    Ensure all part teams can make sure of the overlapping messages

    Meetings will happen every Thursday, at 9:00am Central

    To get involved, contact Margaret Goodrich, margaret@j-mgoodrich.com -- +1-903-477-7176

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    mailto:margaret@j-mgoodrich.com

  • Sample Use Case Swimlane

    11/8/2017 19

    Unplanned Outage Outage Prediction Workflows

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    Customer calls to report power is off

    Create single customer unplanned outage (predicted)

    Additional customers on same

    transformer call

    Promote outage to transformer

    unplanned outage

    Additional customers on same circuit but different

    transformer call

    Create single customer

    unplanned outage (predicted)

    Additional customers on same

    transformer call

    Promote outage to transformer

    unplanned outage

    Additional customers on same

    circuit call

    Combine outages and create

    unplanned outage at upstream protective

    device

    Create work order to send outage to

    crew

    Create work order to send outage to

    crew

    Delete first work order

    Update location of second work

    order

  • Sample Use Case Swimlane

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    Switching Workflows

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    Request crew resources to execute

    switching plan

    Send approved switching steps to

    mobile crews

    If step de-energizes customers, create

    outage and mark it as planned

    Schedule crew(s) for switching plan

    Execute instructed step and report back to control room

    Assign crews to switching steps

    Receive approved

    switching steps

    Affected customer calls

    If step is a crew step, instruct crew to execute

    Start execution

    Update status of network

    If step is a SCADA step, execute through

    SCADA

    Check if customer part of a planned

    outage

    Respond to customer service if customer is part of planned outage or

    not

  • DER Harmonization Focus Community

    Team - experts from Utilities, WG13, WG14, WG16, WG17, WG21

    Weekly conference call meeting every Friday

    Any contributors welcome

    Model Manager & Meeting Organizer: Margaret Goodrich

    No current IEC document planned but we may produce a Technical Report if needed

    Thanks

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