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|Title||A Proposed SCADA System to improve the conditions of the Electricity sector in Gaza Strip|
Gaza Strip consider is one of the poorest regions in the world, which suffers from the problem of electric power. Gaza Strip relies on three main sources feed into different areas , gets energy from the power plant in Gaza, and the electricity company in Israel, and the power plant in Egypt. This energy is distributed to consumers, depending on the available energy from these sources and distribution process is relying on primitive methods and handy despite the diligence of operators and their keenness on a fair distribution of power in parts of the Gaza Strip, causing problems in the distribution is the lack of distributive justice. The aim of this study is to propose design a Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA System) for the management of the electricity network in the Gaza Strip. Expected from this system work to transfer all the data necessary for the system operator, and provide specialists with the necessary information about the network and transformer substations in the sub-regions such as voltage and current and productive capacity in order to reduce losses on the network to help develop plans to manage power distribution in a fair. These data considered is essential when developing plans for development to keep up with the growing demand for electric power in the Gaza Strip because of the high population steadily. Adopted the design process to use the method of Optimal Power Flow (OPF) to make sure incoming data to the control system supervisory and data acquisition mathematically by sensors deployed on the transformer substations in the areas of the Gaza Strip, which is working to compile energy from different sources and entered the system Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, and take appropriate action as a case.
|Publisher||the islamic university|
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