Reliability modeling considerations for emerging cyber-physical power systems

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2018-06
Authors
Aravinthan, Visvakumar
Balachandran, Thanatheepan
Ben-Idris, Mohammed
Fei, Wanghao
Heidari-Kapourchali, Mohammad
Hettiarachchige-Don, Anton C. Sameepa
Jiang, John N.
Lei, Hangtian
Liu, Chen-Ching
Mitra, Joydeep
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V. Aravinthan et al., "Reliability Modeling Considerations for Emerging Cyber-Physical Power Systems," 2018 IEEE International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems (PMAPS), Boise, ID, 2018, pp. 1-7

Abstract

Power system operation considering an increasingly complex cyber infrastructure may be one of the key factors of the next generation power systems. The effective operation of a power system in a massively deployed cyber network environment will be affected by cyber network reliability. Therefore, it is vital not only to understand the operation of a cyber network and its reliability, but also it is critical to integrate the interdependency of cyber and power systems into power system planning and operations. This requires a three-layer approach to reliability modeling and evaluation. The cyber and power layers are interconnected by the information layer. The objective of this paper is to define the three-layer model and report a generalized framework for combined reliability modeling.

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