CIGRE SC A2 & SC B3 Joint Colloquium
11th – 13th October 2021, Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest, Romania
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The CIGRE’s Romanian National Committee, as organizer and CNTEE Transelectrica (the Romanian TSO), as co-organizer, would like to take this opportunity to invite to register for the International Conference on Condition Monitoring, Diagnosis and Maintenance – CMDM 2021 (6th edition) that will take place in Bucharest, Romania, on 11th – 13th October 2021, at Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest – event organized with the support of CIGRE Paris.
In conjunction with CMDM 2021, the Romanian National Committee of CIGRE invited CIGRE Study Committee A2 “Transformers and power reactors” and CIGRE Study Committee B3 “Substation and electrical installations” to hold the SC A2 & SC B3 Joint Colloquium “Challenges for Further Digital T&D Substations and Reliable Equipment in the Future” and experts from other SC’s.
The Colloquium and tutorial will take place in Bucharest, Romania, 11th – 13th October 2021.
Preferential Subjects: A2&B3 Joint Colloquium, Bucharest 2021
PS1: Integration of intelligence on T&D Substations
• Expectation and benefit from digital substation and digital transformer
• Digitalisation into T&D assets: application of Internet of Things (IoT), Digital Twin, Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR), Geographic Information System (GIS), Artificial Intelligence (AI), use of robots and drones, etc.
PS2: Reliability T&D equipment and substations in the future
• Impacts of Distributed Energy Resources connection on substations: improvements of thermal performance, aging impacts, Probabilistic of Failure (PoF), transformers dynamic loading profiles
• Advanced transformer models (thermal, reliability, ageing)
• Innovative maintenance methods and diagnostics
• Maintenance strategies: condition-based/ risk-based and predictive maintenance approaches, replacement/ refurbishment and life extension alternatives
The joint colloquium is directed towards utilities, manufacturers, engineers, system operators, transmission operators, as well as academic organizations that provide research on electric power systems.
Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, glorious Belle Époque buildings and a reputation for the high life (which in the 1900s earned its nickname of “Little Paris“), Bucharest – Romania’s largest city is today a bustling metropolis, the capital city of Romania.
Among the key points that should not be missed may be mentioned the colossal Parliament Palace – the world’s second-largest office building in surface (after the Pentagon) and the third largest in volume (after Cape Canaveral in the U.S. and the Great Pyramid in Egypt) … or the remains of the Old Princely Court, built in the 15th century by Vlad Tepes, also known as Vlad Dracula (The Impaler) … or the Old City Centre – Lipscani area , currently home to many art galleries, antique shops and coffeehouses.
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