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Managing power system stability and responding to system disturbances
Power systems are experiencing fundamental change in the way they are managed, driven by the changing energy landscape and growing demand for electricity. Increasing volumes of renewables coupled with reducing inertia and more sensitive voltage profiles are creating more complex issues for system operators.
WAMS provides visibility that is based on real-time data streamed from Phasor Measurement Units (PMU). A host of WAMS software applications use this data to provide context-specific information, presented through an intuitive user interface. GE’s WAMS solution complements traditional SCADA-based energy management to deliver fast and proactive grid stability management to meet the complex challenges of modern power systems.
Enhance situational awareness and proactive grid management, maximizing transfer capacity
Mitigate risks of major disturbance and blackout through enhanced monitoring and control
Reduce time spent in emergency operational states with accelerated resynchronization and balancing
Improved dynamic monitoring based on PMU data
Supports synchrophasor-based protection and control and tuning of generator and load dynamic performance
Fully scalable, easily integrated and supported multi-client server solution for real-time Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) data collection, management, analysis, visualization, and reporting.
State-of-the-art offline engineering analysis package, seamlessly integrating high-speed synchrophasor measurements with other data sources (SCADA/EMS data and Fault Recorder Data), and power system simulation capabilities, for assessing grid operations and improving planning.
Integrating WAMS into control room operation by providing operator guidance, look-ahead capability and asset utilization optimization, by augmenting synchrophasor information with topology-based intelligence and model-based analysis.
Flexible platform capable of implementing diverse control schemes with guaranteed response time, and evolving throughout the project lifecycle to meet the most challenging power system issues.
Perform large amounts of data processing, including receiving multiple PMU data streams and performing stream data rate conversion where required, time-aligning the stream, and repacking the streams into one or more output streams for transmission to other systems.
Efficient and compact archiving of PMU data, applications results, and summary data. Data repositories within the Historian allow flexible data management and transparent user access to full resolution, downsampled, snapshot and summary data.
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Wide range of core and advanced applications, including Disturbance Characterization, Oscillation Source Location, Sub-Synchronous Oscillation Management, and Effective Inertia
Coordinated EMS and WAMS for enhanced operator guidance and decision making support
Clear and informative user interface that supports fast, targeted and efficient control room actions
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Offline engineering analytics and grid assessment tools, standardizing data from multiple sources for comparison
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