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New database and theoretical model for power distribution networks

Judith Pálfi
Óbuda University

Péter Holcsik
Óbuda University


     Last modified: 2017-06-14

Abstract
ELMŰ-ÉMÁSZ supplies electrical power through 2.4 million network connection points to 5 million customers in Hungary. The electrical network is represented in a GIS (Geographic Information System) based map. By exporting this map, cleaning and processing the data, a new database and network model based on empirical data was created using modern information technologies.
The paper’s goal is to present the process of creation of this new database and network model. The significance of this model relies on the description and analysis of the essential characteristics of the electrical power distribution networks.
The new model contains the totality of the electrical network: high-voltage substations, transmission networks, medium and low voltage distribution networks and the connection points of the consumers.

Keywords: BigData, electricity supply, network model

 

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