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- Sep 15, 2022 3:26 pm GMT
This post and the related updates were started when an associate at Energy Central asked me to participate in an upcoming call for papers, and this paper will be posted in mid-September so as to coincide with scheduling of that. I believe that the three subjects briefly described below respond to those in the call for papers.
I’ve been a member of Energy Central for about ten years, and have been posting papers to this site for about half of that time. Early in these postings (2018) I posted a series of papers each on supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and advanced metering infrastructures (AMI). More recently I posted paper on protective relays. Associated with this post I am updating the papers on all three subjects. I will add comments on each of those subjects below as well as links to those papers. Note that I have reviewed all of my papers linked in this paper, and corrected any errors, old information or bad links in those papers where reasonable (without complete rewrites).
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