Conferences related to Step-voltage Regulators

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2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)

The 2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2020) will be held in Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), Toronto, Ontario, Canada. SMC 2020 is the flagship conference of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society. It provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to report most recent innovations and developments, summarize state-of-the-art, and exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of systems science and engineering, human machine systems, and cybernetics. Advances in these fields have increasing importance in the creation of intelligent environments involving technologies interacting with humans to provide an enriching experience and thereby improve quality of life. Papers related to the conference theme are solicited, including theories, methodologies, and emerging applications. Contributions to theory and practice, including but not limited to the following technical areas, are invited.


2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)

The Annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2900 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more


2020 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition (T&D)

Bi-Annual IEEE PES T&D conference. Largest T&D conference in North America.


2019 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts who work and conduct research in the industrial applications of electrical systems.


2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech

PowerTech is the IEEE PES anchor conference in Europe and has been attended by hundreds of delegates from around the world. It will be an international forum with programme for individuals working in industry and academia, to network, exchange ideas, and discuss the results of their research and development work.

  • 2017 IEEE Manchester PowerTech

    this is IEEE PES anchor conference in Europe covering all areas of electrical power engineering

  • 2015 IEEE Eindhoven PowerTech

    This conference will continue the tradition of the PowerTech conferences held in odd years in Athens, Stockholm, Budapest, Porto, Bologna, St. Petersburg, Lausanne, Bucharest, Trondheim and Grenoble.PowerTech is the anchor conference of the IEEE Power Engineering Society in Europe. It is intended to provide a forum, in the European geographical area, for scientists and engineers interested in electric power engineering to exchange ideas, results of their scientific work, to learn from each other as well as to establish new friendships and rekindle existing ones. Student participation in Power Tech provides an important ingredient toward the event’s success: a special award, the Basil Papadias Award, is presented to the author of the best student paper at each edition. The Power Engineering Society of IEEE organized similar conferences in other parts of the world, such as PowerCon, in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • 2013 IEEE Grenoble PowerTech

    PowerTech is the anchor conference of the IEEE Power & Energy Society in Europe. It is intended to provide a forum for electric power engineering scientists and engineers to share ideas, results of their scientific work, to learn from each other as well as to establish new friendships and maintain existing ones.

  • 2011 IEEE Trondheim PowerTech

    PowerTech is the anchor conference of the IEEE Power & Energy Society in Europe. It is intended to provide a forum for electric power engineering scientists and engineers to share ideas, results of their scientific work and to learn from each other.

  • 2009 IEEE Bucharest Power Tech

    PowerTech is the anchor conference of the IEEE-PES in Europe. It is intended to provide a forum for scientists and engineers interested in electric power engineering to share ideas, results of their scientific work, to learn from each other as well as to establish new friendships and rekindle existing ones.

  • 2007 IEEE Power Tech

  • 2005 IEEE Russia Power Tech

  • 2003 Bologna Power Tech


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Periodicals related to Step-voltage Regulators

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Electrical and Computer Engineering, Canadian Journal of

The Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, issued quarterly, has been publishing high-quality refereed scientific papers in all areas of electrical and computer engineering since 1976. Sponsored by IEEE Canada (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., Canada) as a part of its role to provide scientific and professional activity for its members in Canada, the CJECE complements ...


Energy Conversion, IEEE Transaction on

Research, development, design, application, construction, installation, and operation of electric power generating facilities (along with their conventional, nuclear, or renewable sources) for the safe, reliable, and economic generation of electrical energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption, and electromechanical energy conversion for the use of electrical energy


Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on

The development and application of electric systems, apparatus, devices, and controls to the processes and equipment of industry and commerce; the promotion of safe, reliable, and economic installations; the encouragement of energy conservation; the creation of voluntary engineering standards and recommended practices.


Latin America Transactions, IEEE (Revista IEEE America Latina)

The IEEE Region 9 is releasing the IEEE Latin America Transactions to enable the publication of non-published and technically excellent papers from Latin American engineers, in Spanish or Portuguese languages. Engineers and researchers from Portugal and Spain (and others countries with the same language) are also very welcome to submit their proposals.


Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on

Research, development, design, application, construction, the installation and operation of apparatus, equipment, structures, materials, and systems for the safe, reliable, and economic delivery and control of electric energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption.


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Xplore Articles related to Step-voltage Regulators

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IEEE Standard Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators - Redline

IEEE Std C57.12.35-2013 (Revision of IEEE Std C57.12.35-2007) - Redline, 2013

Bar code label requirements for specific types of distribution transformers and step-voltage regulators are covered in this standard. Data content for temporary and permanent bar-code labeling is described as well as bar-code label print quality and durability requirements.


IEEE Standard Requirements, Terminology, and Test Code for Step-Voltage Regulators

IEEE Std C57.15-2009 (Revision of IEEE Std C57.15-1999), 2009

Description of design types, tables of 50 Hz and 60 Hz ratings, supplementary ratings, construction, and available accessories are provided. Methods for performing routine and design tests applicable to liquid-immersed single and three-phase step-voltage regulators are described. Winding resistance measurements, polarity tests, insulation power factor and resistance tests, ratio tests, no load loss and excitation current measurements, impedance and load ...


Approved IEEE Draft Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

IEEE Approved Draft Std C57.12.35/D7, 07, 2007

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Unapproved IEEE Draft Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

IEEE Unapproved Draft Std PC57.12.35/D7, Apr 2007, 2007

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IEEE Standard Requirements, Terminology, and Test Code for Step-Voltage Regulators

IEEE Std C57.15-1999, 2000

Electrical, mechanical, and safety requirements of oil-filled, single- and three-phase voltage regulators not exceeding regulation of 2500 kVA (for three-phase units) or 833 kVA (for single-phase units) are covered.


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Educational Resources on Step-voltage Regulators

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • IEEE Standard Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators - Redline

    Bar code label requirements for specific types of distribution transformers and step-voltage regulators are covered in this standard. Data content for temporary and permanent bar-code labeling is described as well as bar-code label print quality and durability requirements.

  • IEEE Standard Requirements, Terminology, and Test Code for Step-Voltage Regulators

    Description of design types, tables of 50 Hz and 60 Hz ratings, supplementary ratings, construction, and available accessories are provided. Methods for performing routine and design tests applicable to liquid-immersed single and three-phase step-voltage regulators are described. Winding resistance measurements, polarity tests, insulation power factor and resistance tests, ratio tests, no load loss and excitation current measurements, impedance and load loss measurements, dielectric tests, temperature tests, routine and design impulse tests, short-circuit tests, control tests, calculated data, and certified test data are covered.

  • Approved IEEE Draft Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

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  • Unapproved IEEE Draft Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

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  • IEEE Standard Requirements, Terminology, and Test Code for Step-Voltage Regulators

    Electrical, mechanical, and safety requirements of oil-filled, single- and three-phase voltage regulators not exceeding regulation of 2500 kVA (for three-phase units) or 833 kVA (for single-phase units) are covered.

  • Assessment of Increasing PV Penetration Levels on Step Voltage Regulators Performance

    This paper evaluates the impact of photovoltaic generation in voltage deviation and power reverse flow in a IEEE 34 node test feeder with step voltage regulators. Solar radiation databases are used to include the effect of intermittent generation, with the purpose to simulate fluctuations on the network voltage level throughout the solar hours. Different PV penetration and distribution cases are simulated, showing increases in step voltage regulators operations with respect to the base case. Additionally, the negative effect of PV generation is compared with the changes in the feeder's power flow, obtaining decrements on the network dependence to supply the demanded energy.

  • The modeling and application of step voltage regulators

    Supplying every customer a voltage that is within ANSI standards is a basic requirement of a distribution feeder. As the load on a feeder varies the voltage supplied to every customer will also vary. Some means of regulating the customer voltages must be implemented. Switched shunt capacitors and step voltage regulators are the two most common means used for regulating voltages. This paper addresses the modeling and the application of step voltage regulators. A method of calculating the compensator R and X settings will be presented. Examples of the application of step voltage regulators with and without shunt capacitors will be presented.

  • Optimal Tap Configuration for Step-Voltage Regulators Applied to Residential Feeders

    In the present paper, a centralized control method of the tap configuration for step-voltage regulators (SVRs) is proposed. First, the problem will be formulated: The power flow equations and the objective function with its constraints will be described for the studied system. Two different objective functions are defined for comparison purposes: On the one hand, the objective will be minimizing the deviations of voltages with respect to their rated values. On the other hand, the minimized voltage scenario is considered. These two cases are compared also to the case base in which there is no regulation. Aspects such as power injected to the grid, power losses and degree of unbalance are analyzed. Focusing on residential feeders, a complete 24-hour span will let us simulate several different load conditions. Moreover, by utilizing a general load model, instead of the constant power model (PQ), and by applying an accurate load demand prediction, more realistic results are achieved. The case studies are implemented in a modified version of the IEEE 123 Node Test Feeder, which includes additional and rearranged regulators.

  • Impact of Distributed Generation on Distribution Systems with Cascaded Bidirectional Step Voltage Regulators

    Distribution grids with high penetration rate of distributed generation (DG) are often subjected to undesired reverse active power flow scenarios. Depending on the interactions between the DG's control modes and the feeder's step voltage regulators (SVRs), abnormal situations such as the phenomenon known as reverse power tap changer runaway condition may occur. This paper investigates the impact of DG on a distribution network with two cascaded SVRs, both operating in bidirectional mode. Tests were performed using two different control modes of the DG: unity power factor control, which is typically employed, and voltage control. The results obtained from time series power flow simulations show the behaviour of the cascaded SVRs and their effects on the feeder voltage profile. Special focus is placed on scenarios where the penetration level of the DG, located at the far end of the feeder, exceeds the total load demand.

  • Optimal Tap Selection of Step-Voltage Regulators in Multi-Phase Distribution Networks

    An optimal power flow (OPF) problem is formulated that allows for tap selection of various types of step-voltage regulators (SVRS) in multi-phase distribution networks. The goal of the OPF is power-import minimization while satisfying operational constraints. Variables include nodal power injections, nodal voltages, and SVR tap ratios. SVRS are modeled according to their voltage gains and their connecting transmission line parameters. A set of power flow equations that rely on the nodal admittance model of SVRS and explicitly account for the tap ratios are derived. Chordal SDP relaxations of the power flow equations are pursued for non-SVR edges. For each SVR type, novel relaxations are proposed to handle the non-convex primary-to-secondary voltage relationship. Numerical tests on the IEEE 37-bus feeder indicate the success of the proposed formulation in selecting taps of wye, closed-delta, and open-delta SVRS while keeping the incurred cost within 1% of its optimal value.



Standards related to Step-voltage Regulators

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Guide for Transformer Loss Measurement

This guide provides background information and general recommendations of instrumentation, circuitry, calibration and measurement techniques of no-load losses (excluding auxiliary losses), excitation current, and load losses of power and distribution transformers. The test codes, namely, IEEE Stds C57.12.90, C57.12.91, and the test code section of IEEE Std C57.15, provide specifications and requirements for conducting these tests. This guide has been ...


IEEE Guide for Loading Liquid-Immersed Step-Voltage and Induction-Voltage Regulators


IEEE Recommended Practice for Installation, Application, Operation, and Maintenance of Dry-Type General Purpose Distribution and Power Transformers


IEEE Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

This standard sets forth bar code label requirements for overhead, pad-mounted, and underground-type distribution transformers and step-voltage regulators. Included herein are requirements for data content, symbology, label layout, print quality, and label life expectancy. This standard assumes the existence of central transformer databases within utility companies so that bar code labels need only carry basic transformer identification data.


IEEE Standard for Bar Coding for Distribution Transformers and Step-Voltage Regulators

This standard sets forth bar code label requirements for overhead, pad-mounted, and underground-type distribution transformers and step-voltage regulators. Included herein are requirements for data content, symbology, label layout, print quality, and label life expectancy. This standard assumes the existence of central transformer databases within utility companies so that bar code labels need only carry basic transformer identification data.


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