Communication networks and systems for power utility automation - Part 7-6: Guideline for definition of Basic Application Profiles (BAPs) using IEC 61850

IEC TR 61850-7-6:2019(E), which is a technical report, is focused on building application / function profiles and specifies a methodology to define Basic Application Profiles (BAPs). These Basic Application Profiles provide a framework for interoperable interaction within or between typical substation automation functions. BAPs are intended to define a subset of features of IEC 61850 in order to facilitate interoperability in a modular way in practical applications.
It is the intention of this document to provide a common and generic way to describe the functional behaviour of a specific application function in the domain of power utility automation systems as a common denominator of various possible interpretations/implementations of using IEC 61850.

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IEC TR 61850-7-6
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TECHNICAL
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Communication networks and systems for power utility
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Part 7-6: Guideline for definition of Basic Application Profiles (BAPs) using
IEC 61850
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 6

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 8

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 9

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 9

3 Terms and definitions .................................................................................................... 10

4 Methodology for profiling ............................................................................................... 11

4.1 General ................................................................................................................. 11

4.2 IEC 61850 profiling concept .................................................................................. 12

4.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 12

4.2.2 IEC 61850 profile definition ............................................................................ 13

4.3 Basic Application Profiles (BAPs) .......................................................................... 14

4.4 Basic Application Interoperability Profiles (BAIOPs) .............................................. 16

4.5 Process from a use case to interoperability on SGAM function layer ..................... 18

4.6 Managing profiles ................................................................................................. 20

4.7 Implementation of BAPs in real projects ................................................................ 20

Annex A (informative) Example for BAP of distributed automation function “reverse

blocking” using BAP template ............................................................................................... 21

A.1 Functional description ........................................................................................... 21

A.2 Description of use case and associated roles/actors ............................................. 23

A.2.1 List of roles / actors ....................................................................................... 23

A.2.2 Use case ....................................................................................................... 23

A.2.3 Sequence diagram of typical interactions ....................................................... 24

A.3 Logical architecture ............................................................................................... 25

A.4 Allocation variants (conditional) ............................................................................ 25

A.5 Functional variants ................................................................................................ 25

A.5.1 Core functional variants ................................................................................. 25

A.5.2 Noncore functional variants ........................................................................... 25

A.6 Performance requirements .................................................................................... 26

A.6.1 Functional related .......................................................................................... 26

A.6.2 Service related .............................................................................................. 26

A.7 Description of data model per actor ....................................................................... 26

A.7.1 General ......................................................................................................... 26

A.7.2 PTOC for blocked function (infeed bay) ......................................................... 27

A.7.3 PTOC for blocking function 1 to n (outflow bay(s)) ......................................... 28

A.7.4 Monitoring ..................................................................................................... 28

A.8 Communication services ....................................................................................... 29

A.9 Device related requirements (conditional) – Test behaviour .................................. 29

A.10 Engineering tool related requirements ................................................................... 29

A.11 Naming rules ........................................................................................................ 29

A.12 Capabilities for testing .......................................................................................... 29

Annex B (informative) Example for BAP of “condition monitoring diagnosis functions of

on-load tap changer” using BAP template ............................................................................. 30

B.1 Functional description ........................................................................................... 30

B.2 Description of use case and associated roles/actors ............................................. 32

B.2.1 List of roles / actors ....................................................................................... 32

B.2.2 Use case ....................................................................................................... 33

B.2.3 Sequence diagram of typical interactions ....................................................... 34

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B.3 Logical Architecture .............................................................................................. 37

B.3.1 Overview ....................................................................................................... 37

B.3.2 Monitoring operation property ........................................................................ 38

B.3.3 Monitoring operation counts ........................................................................... 38

B.3.4 Monitoring contact abrasion ........................................................................... 39

B.3.5 Monitoring LTC oil temperature and flow ........................................................ 39

B.3.6 Monitoring operation of oil filter unit ............................................................... 40

B.4 Allocation variants (conditional) ............................................................................ 40

B.5 Functional variants ................................................................................................ 40

B.6 Performance requirements .................................................................................... 40

B.6.1 Functional related .......................................................................................... 40

B.6.2 Service related .............................................................................................. 40

B.7 Description of data model per actor ....................................................................... 41

B.7.1 General ......................................................................................................... 41

B.7.2 SLTC ............................................................................................................. 41

B.7.3 YLTC ............................................................................................................. 44

B.7.4 TTRQ ............................................................................................................ 44

B.7.5 TCTR ............................................................................................................. 44

B.7.6 SIML .............................................................................................................. 45

B.7.7 TTMP ............................................................................................................ 45

B.7.8 KFIL .............................................................................................................. 46

B.8 Communication services ....................................................................................... 46

B.9 Device related requirements (conditional) ............................................................. 46

B.10 Engineering tool related requirements ................................................................... 46

B.11 Naming rules ........................................................................................................ 46

B.12 Capabilites for testing ........................................................................................... 46

Annex C (informative) Example for BAP of protection function “line distance

protection” using BAP template ............................................................................................. 47

C.1 Functional description ........................................................................................... 47

C.2 Description of use case and associated roles/actors ............................................. 47

C.2.1 List of roles / actors ....................................................................................... 47

C.2.2 Use case ....................................................................................................... 48

C.2.3 Sequence diagram of typical interactions ....................................................... 49

C.3 Logical architecture ............................................................................................... 50

C.4 Allocation variants (conditional) ............................................................................ 50

C.5 Functional variants ................................................................................................ 50

C.5.1 Core functional variants ................................................................................. 50

C.5.2 Noncore functional variants (different features for testing) ............................. 51

C.6 Performance requirements) ................................................................................... 51

C.6.1 Functional related .......................................................................................... 51

C.6.2 Service related .............................................................................................. 51

C.7 Description of data model per actor ....................................................................... 52

C.8 Communication services ....................................................................................... 54

C.8.1 General ......................................................................................................... 54

C.8.2 Variant FA: .................................................................................................... 54

C.8.3 Variant FB: .................................................................................................... 55

C.9 Device related requirements (conditional) ............................................................. 55

C.9.1 Degraded operation behaviour ....................................................................... 55

C.10 Engineering tool related requirements ................................................................... 56

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C.11 Naming rules ........................................................................................................ 56

C.12 Capabilites for testing ........................................................................................... 56

Annex D (informative) Example of BAIOP for BAP reverse blocking (without process

bus) ...................................................................................................................................... 57

D.1 General ................................................................................................................. 57

D.2 Test description .................................................................................................... 57

D.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 57

D.2.2 Normal sequence of reverse blocking ............................................................ 58

D.2.3 Functional description of test environment ..................................................... 60

D.2.4 Test reverse blocking – role blocking (without output to process) ................... 60

D.2.5 Test reverse blocking – role blocked .............................................................. 62

Annex E (informative) Example of BAIOP for BAP of “condition monitoring diagnosis

functions of on-load tap changer” .......................................................................................... 65

E.1 General ................................................................................................................. 65

E.2 Test description .................................................................................................... 65

E.2.1 Overview ....................................................................................................... 65

E.2.2 Sequence of monitoring the motor drive current value ................................... 66

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 68

Figure 1 – Stakeholders collaborate in user groups to create a common IOP profile ............. 12

Figure 2 – Framework for profiling IEC 61850 ....................................................................... 13

Figure 3 – Aggregating BAPs ................................................................................................ 16

Figure 4 – Framework for testing a profile ............................................................................. 18

Figure 5 – Relation between BAP and SGAM interoperability ................................................ 19

Figure 6 – Device features covered by profiles depending on compatibility levels

according to IEC Technical Committee 65, Industrial-process measurement, control

and automation ..................................................................................................................... 19

Figure 7 – BAPs and BAIOPs as building blocks for user/project specific

implementation and testing ................................................................................................... 20

Figure A.1 – Behaviour in the event of faults on an outflow bay ............................................ 21

Figure A.2 – Behaviour in the event of busbar faults ............................................................. 22

Figure A.3 – List of roles / actors reverse blocking ................................................................ 23

Figure A.4 – Use case reverse blocking ................................................................................ 23

Figure A.5 – Sequence diagram reverse blocking ................................................................. 24

Figure A.6 – Logical architecture reverse blocking ................................................................ 25

Figure B.1 – Structure of LTC ............................................................................................... 30

Figure B.2 – Overview of system configuration of LTC condition monitoring .......................... 31

Figure B.3 – Typical system configuration of LTC condition monitoring system ..................... 31

Figure B.4 – Use cases ......................................................................................................... 33

Figure B.5 – Sequence diagram for monitoring operation property ........................................ 34

Figure B.6 – Sequence diagram for monitoring operation counts ........................................... 35

Figure B.7 – Sequence diagram for monitoring contact abrasion ........................................... 35

Figure B.8 – Sequence diagram for monitoring oil temperature and flow ............................... 36

Figure B.9 – Sequence diagram for monitoring operation of oil filter unit ............................... 36

Figure B.10 – Logical architecture......................................................................................... 37

Figure B.11 – Logical architecture for monitoring operation property ..................................... 38

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Figure B.12 – Logical architecture for monitoring operation counts ....................................... 38

Figure B.13 – Logical architecture for monitoring contact abrasion........................................ 39

Figure B.14 – Logical architecture for monitoring LTC oil temperature and flow .................... 39

Figure B.15 – Logical architecture for monitoring operation of oil filter unit............................ 40

Figure C.1 – Use case distance protection ............................................................................ 48

Figure C.2 – Sequence diagram distance protection ............................................................. 49

Figure C.3 – Logical architecture distance protection ............................................................ 50

Figure D.1 – Normal sequence of application function reverse blocking ................................ 58

Figure D.2 – Functional test environment .............................................................................. 60

Figure D.3 – Test of role “blocking” ....................................................................................... 60

Figure D.4 – Test of role “blocked” ........................................................................................ 62

Figure E.1 – Sequence of monitoring the motor drive current value ....................................... 66

Table A.1 – Selection of data attributes for PTOC of actor blocked ....................................... 27

Table A.2 – Selection of data attributes for PTOC of actor blocking ...................................... 28

Table A.3 – Selection of data attributes of PTOC for monitoring ............................................ 28

Table B.1 – List of actors ...................................................................................................... 32

Table B.2 – Selection of data attributes of SLTC ................................................................... 41

Table B.3 – Selection of data attributes of YLTC ................................................................... 44

Table B.4 – Selection of data attributes of TTRQ .................................................................. 44

Table B.5 – Selection of data attributes of TCTR .................................................................. 44

Table B.6 – Selection of data attributes of SIML.................................................................... 45

Table B.7 – Selection of data attributes of TTMP .................................................................. 45

Table B.8 – Selection of data attributes of KFIL .................................................................... 46

Table C.1 – Description of data model .................................................................................. 52

Table C.2 – Services for variant FA ...................................................................................... 54

Table C.3 – Services for variant FB ...................................................................................... 55

Table C.4 – Degraded operation behaviours ......................................................................... 56

Table D.1 – Description of normal operation of application function reverse blocking ............ 58

Table D.2 – Description of sequence for test of role “blocking” .............................................. 61

Table D.3 – Description of sequence for test of role “blocked” .............................................. 63

Table E.1 – Description of the sequence of monitoring the motor drive current value ............ 67

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COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS FOR POWER UTILITY
AUTOMATION –
Part 7-6: Guideline for definition of Basic Application Profiles (BAPs)
using IEC 61850
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INTRODUCTION

The IEC 61850 series of standards offers a broad basis for communication networks and

systems in power utility automation. Due to its broad coverage of power utility automation

applications, it is up to the standard’s user (utility, vendor, system integrator, etc.) to pick and

choose specific options from the standard in order to meet the requirements of the intended

objective. As a consequence, implementations of IEC 61850 represent specific subsets of the

standard.

In the context of standards the term “profile” is commonly used to describe a subset of an

entity (e.g. standard, model, rules).
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