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Interoperability with IEC 61850. IEC 61850 INTEROPERABILITY BETWEEN ABB, ALSTOM and SIEMENS STATUS REVIEW November 2002. IEC 61850 the global standard for communication in substations. Support for IEC 61850.

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interoperability with iec 61850
Interoperability with IEC 61850

IEC 61850

INTEROPERABILITY BETWEEN

ABB, ALSTOM and SIEMENS

STATUS REVIEW November 2002

IEC 61850 the global standard for communication in substations

support for iec 61850
Support for IEC 61850
  • ABB, Alstom and Siemens (A-A-S) are deeply engaged in the elaboration of the IEC 61850 standard.
  • Each of these companies will implement IEC61850 in its power automation products and systems.
  • A roadmap for the staged implementation of IEC 61850 has been defined in line with the progress of the standard.
  • To verify the implementation of IEC61850 of all three suppliers, joint interoperability tests have been specified.
  • The first test step has now been completed successfully.
iec 61850 interoperability in two phases
IEC 61850 Interoperability in two phases

Specification level

Typical functions of a substation automation system

Phase1

Phase 2

Best practice used for the implementation with respect to the standard.

Phase 1 (P1): Basic functions GOOSE*

Phase 2 (P2): Advanced functions

*GOOSE: Generic Object Oriented Substation Event

schedule of activities
Schedule of activities

Committee draft

Committee draftfor vote

International

Standard

Final draft

International

Standard

IEC

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

IEC 61850

The way to interoperable substation automation

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Test P2a

Test P2b

Test P1

Kickoff

Further interoperability tests

First interoperability tests of bay devices

A-A-S

what is goose
What is GOOSE?
  • GOOSE (Generic Object Oriented Substation Event)
  • It is a mechanism for the fast transmission of substation events, such as commands, alarms, indications, as messages
  • A single GOOSE message sent by an IED * can be received and used by several receivers
  • GOOSE takes advantage of the powerful Ethernet and supports real-time behaviour
  • It is used for e.g.
    • tripping of switchgear
    • starting of disturbance recorder
    • providing position indication for interlocking

* IED: Intelligent Electronic Device

iec 61850 goose principle
IEC 61850 GOOSE Principle

One device (sender) publishes information, only the subscriber devices are receiving it.The reaction of each receiver depends on its configuration and functionality.

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Y

EXAMPLE:

GOOSE Sender Device X

Ethernet

GOOSE message

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

test configuration of phase 1
Test configuration of phase 1

100 Mbit/s redundant switched Ethernet ring

GOOSE messages

KEMA UniCA-

IEC61850 GOOSE Simulator

Network

Analyser

KEMA UniCA-

IEC61850 Analyser

GOOSE: Generic Object Oriented Substation Event

substation configuration language scl
Substation Configuration Language (SCL)

SCL is the basis for thesuccess of Plug & Play

SCL provides a common object and configuration description

SCL file distributed and agreed by A-A-S via email

Result of Phase 1 Test: Plug & Play!

tripping via goose
Tripping via GOOSE

GOOSE message with commands for CB * tripping and disturbance recorder startingConfiguration: sender X --> receiver Z

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Y

GOOSE

„Y does

not react“

Injection test device

GOOSE Sender Device X

Fault

Simulation

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

„CB* off“

Ethernet

„Z starts itsdisturbance recording“

* CB = Circuit Breaker

negative tests
Negative tests

GOOSE message with commands for CB tripping and

disturbance recorder startingConfiguration: sender Y --> receiver Z not configured

Injection test device

GOOSE SenderDevice Y

Fault

simulation

GOOSE

GOOSESender Device X

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

Ethernet

„no reaction“

positive tests
Positive tests

GOOSE message with commands for CB tripping and

disturbance recorder startingConfiguration: sender Y --> receiver Z

Injection test device

GOOSE SenderDevice Y

Fault

simulation

GOOSE

GOOSE Sender Device X

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

„CB off“

Ethernet

performance tests background traffic
Performance tests: Background traffic

KEMA UniCA-

IEC61850 GOOSE Simulator

Produced 10, 50,150, 300 GOOSE messages within 50ms

Heavy busload

100 Mbit/s redundant switched Ethernet ring

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Y

GOOSE Sender Device X

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

measured time

Fault

CB off

performance tests device load
Performance tests: Device load

KEMA UniCA-

IEC61850 GOOSE Simulator

Produced 10, 50,150, 300 GOOSE messages within 50ms

Heavy busload

Heavy device load

100 Mbit/s redundant switched Ethernet ring

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Y

GOOSE Sender Device X

GOOSE ReceiverDevice Z

measured time

Fault

CB off

phase 1 performance tests
Phase 1: Performance tests

Software

implementation

The transmission time was dependent of today`s software implementation.Bus load or device load had no major effect.

interoperability test concept
Interoperability test concept
          • Number of tests
  • Positive tests 9 Correct message transmission between configured senders and receivers
  • Negative tests (selectivity & security) 9Message ignored by non-configured receiver
  • Degraded tests (quality, testmode...) 10No reaction to faulty or test messages in all receivers
  • Performance / Load tests 11Response times measured with different background loads
test results
Test results

Number of test cases

Experience from the rejected resp. dismissed test

cases was used to improve the IEC 61850

specification and implementation.

a week of successful work
A week of successful work

The teams from A-A-S

conclusion
Conclusion
  • An important part of the standard was tested successfully
  • 39 cases have been tested within one week
  • The standardisation documents are well defined
  • Three major companies in the substation and substation automation business are on track with their implementation of IEC 61850A-A-S is on track - and on the right way