Application of the fault tree analysis for assessment of power system reliability
Marko ÄŒepin and
Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 2009, vol. 94, issue 6, 1116-1127
A new method for power system reliability analysis using the fault tree analysis approach is developed. The method is based on fault trees generated for each load point of the power system. The fault trees are related to disruption of energy delivery from generators to the specific load points. Quantitative evaluation of the fault trees, which represents a standpoint for assessment of reliability of power delivery, enables identification of the most important elements in the power system. The algorithm of the computer code, which facilitates the application of the method, has been applied to the IEEE test system. The power system reliability was assessed and the main contributors to power system reliability have been identified, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
Keywords: Fault tree; Safety; Reliability; Power system (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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