Application integration at electric utilities - System interfaces for distribution management - Part 13: Common distribution power system model profiles

IEC 61968-13:2021 specifies profiles that can be used to exchange Network Models in a Utility or between a Utility and external applications to the utility. This document provides a list of profiles which allow to model balanced and unbalanced distribution networks in order to conduct network analysis (Power flow calculation). Therefore it leverages already existing profiles (IEC 61970-45x based on IEC 61970-301 (CIM base) or profiles based on IEC 61968­11 CIM extension for Distribution). This document reuses some profiles without any change, or eventually extends them or restricts them. Moreover it proposes other profiles to reflect Distribution needs.
Use of CIM in Distribution is not a new topic. This document includes informative parts, as CIM model extensions, which could be integrated in future versions of the IEC CIM Model. These extensions have been used by some utilities for utility internal information exchange use cases and to support information exchanges between different market participants like Transmisstion System Operators (TSO), Distributed System Operators (DSO), Distributed Network Operators (DNO) and Significant Grid Users (SGU) including generators and industry.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2008. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition was pre-tested during 2016 ENTSO-E interoperability tests. The interoperability test report mentions: "Some vendors demonstrated that the transformation between distribution network and CGMES is possible. This is a first step towards the efforts to have closer integration between CGMES and profiles for exchanging distribution data (CDPSM)."

Intégration d'applications pour les services électriques - Interfaces système pour la gestion de la distribution - Partie 13: Profils de modèle commun de système électrique de distribution

IEC 61968-13:2021 spécifie les profils pouvant être utilisés pour échanger des modèles de réseau chez un fournisseur ou entre un fournisseur et des applications qui lui sont externes. Le présent document fournit une liste de profils qui permettent de modéliser des réseaux de distribution équilibrés et déséquilibrés afin d’effectuer une analyse réseau (calcul du flux de puissance). Par conséquent elle optimise les profils existants (IEC 61970-45x fondée sur l’IEC 61970-301 (base CIM) ou les profils fournis fondés sur l’IEC 61968-11 Extensions du CIM pour la distribution). Le présent document réutilise certains profils sans changement, ou finit par les étendre ou les restreindre. De plus, il propose d’autres profils qui reflètent les besoins de distribution.
L'utilisation du CIM dans la distribution n'est pas un sujet nouveau. Plusieurs documents peuvent être intéressants. Le présent document inclut des parties informatives, comme des extensions de modèle CIM, qui peuvent être intégrées dans les versions futures de modèle CIM de l’IEC. Ces extensions ont été utilisées par certains fournisseurs pour les cas d’utilisation d’échange d’informations interne et pour soutenir les échanges d’informations entre les différents acteurs du marché comme les gestionnaires de réseau de transport (GRT), les gestionnaires de réseau de distribution (GRD), les exploitants de réseau de distribution (ERD) et les utilisateurs significatifs du réseau (USR), y compris les générateurs et l’industrie (voir l’Annexe J pour un exemple).
Cette deuxième édition annule et remplace la première édition parue en 2008. Cette édition constitue une révision technique. Cette édition a été soumise à un préessai pendant les essais d’interopérabilité de l’ENTSO-E en 2016. Le rapport d’essai d’interopérabilité mentionne: "Certains vendeurs ont démontré que la transformation entre le réseau de distribution et la spécification d’échange de modèle de réseau commun (CGMES – common grid model exchange specification) est possible. Il s’agit de la première étape de l’intégration entre la CGMES et les profils d'échange de données de distribution (CDPSM)."

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ......................................................................................................................... 25

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 28

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 29

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 29

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ...................................................................... 30

3.1 Terms and definitions ............................................................................................ 30

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................. 31

4 Use Cases list ............................................................................................................... 31

4.1 Use Cases related to the Common Distribution Power System Model Profiles ....... 31

4.2 Use Case overview table....................................................................................... 34

5 Distribution network modelling specificities and CIM related issues resolved ................. 35

5.1 Feeder modelling .................................................................................................. 35

5.2 Partial-phase devices modelling ............................................................................ 36

5.3 Manage LV cables in catalog ................................................................................ 37

5.4 Observability Area (informative) ............................................................................ 38

6 CIM Distribution Power System Model Profiles .............................................................. 39

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 39

6.2 Top package General ............................................................................................ 43

6.3 Package Functional .............................................................................................. 45

6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 45

6.3.2 Package Standard ......................................................................................... 58

6.4 Package ElectricalProperties .............................................................................. 151

6.4.1 General ....................................................................................................... 151

6.4.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 154

6.5 Package Topology .............................................................................................. 180

6.5.1 General ....................................................................................................... 180

6.5.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 181

6.6 Package SteadyStateHypothesis......................................................................... 187

6.6.1 General ....................................................................................................... 187

6.6.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 189

6.7 Package StateVariables ...................................................................................... 201

6.7.1 General ....................................................................................................... 201

6.7.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 203

6.8 Package Geographical ........................................................................................ 206

6.8.1 General ....................................................................................................... 206

6.8.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 207

6.9 Package DiagramLayout ..................................................................................... 210

6.9.1 General ....................................................................................................... 210

6.9.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 212

6.10 Package Assets .................................................................................................. 217

6.10.1 General ....................................................................................................... 217

6.10.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 218

6.11 Package AssetCatalog ........................................................................................ 228

6.11.1 General ....................................................................................................... 228

6.11.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 233

6.12 Package Customers ............................................................................................ 252

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6.12.1 General ....................................................................................................... 252

6.12.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 253

7 Top package DataTypes .............................................................................................. 259

7.1 General ............................................................................................................... 259

7.2 Package PrimitiveTypes ...................................................................................... 259

7.3 Package CIMDataTypes ...................................................................................... 260

7.4 Package CIMEnumerations ................................................................................. 261

7.4.1 General ....................................................................................................... 261

7.4.2 AsynchronousMachineKind enumeration ...................................................... 262

7.4.3 OrientationKind enumeration ....................................................................... 262

7.4.4 AnchorKind enumeration.............................................................................. 262

7.4.5 UndergroundStructureKind enumeration ...................................................... 262

7.4.6 WindGenUnitKind enumeration .................................................................... 263

7.4.7 SinglePhaseKind enumeration ..................................................................... 263

7.4.8 PetersenCoilModeKind enumeration ............................................................ 263

7.4.9 SynchronousMachineKind enumeration ....................................................... 264

7.4.10 UnitSymbol enumeration .............................................................................. 264

7.4.11 StructureSupportKind enumeration .............................................................. 269

7.4.12 WireMaterialKind enumeration ..................................................................... 269

7.4.13 WindingConnection enumeration ................................................................. 270

7.4.14 TransformerControlMode enumeration ......................................................... 270

7.4.15 GeneratorControlSource enumeration .......................................................... 270

7.4.16 WireUsageKind enumeration ....................................................................... 271

7.4.17 InUseStateKind enumeration ....................................................................... 271

7.4.18 PhaseCode enumeration ............................................................................. 271

7.4.19 SVCControlMode enumeration ..................................................................... 272

7.4.20 StructureMaterialKind enumeration .............................................................. 272

7.4.21 CurveStyle enumeration .............................................................................. 273

7.4.22 DeploymentStateKind enumeration .............................................................. 273

7.4.23 UnitMultiplier enumeration ........................................................................... 273

7.4.24 RegulatingControlModeKind enumeration .................................................... 274

7.4.25 RetiredReasonKind enumeration ................................................................. 275

7.4.26 AssetLifecycleStateKind enumeration .......................................................... 275

7.4.27 PSREventKind enumeration ......................................................................... 275

7.4.28 Source enumeration .................................................................................... 276

7.4.29 AssetKind enumeration ................................................................................ 276

7.4.30 OperationalLimitDirectionKind enumeration ................................................. 277

7.4.31 BusbarConfiguration enumeration ................................................................ 277

7.4.32 CableShieldMaterialKind enumeration ......................................................... 277

7.4.33 AssetModelUsageKind enumeration............................................................. 277

7.4.34 WireInsulationKind enumeration .................................................................. 278

7.4.35 SynchronousMachineOperatingMode enumeration ...................................... 278

7.4.36 CableOuterJacketKind enumeration ............................................................. 279

7.4.37 CableConstructionKind enumeration ............................................................ 279

7.4.38 HydroPlantStorageKind enumeration ........................................................... 279

7.4.39 BreakerConfiguration enumeration............................................................... 280

7.5 Package CompoundTypes .................................................................................. 281

Annex A (informative) Use case ......................................................................................... 282

A.1 Overview............................................................................................................. 282

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A.2 Provision of DSO network model and state to TSO ............................................. 282

A.2.1 Description of the use case ......................................................................... 282

A.2.2 Diagrams of use case .................................................................................. 285

A.2.3 Technical details .......................................................................................... 286

A.2.4 Step by step analysis of use case ................................................................ 286

A.2.5 Information exchanged ................................................................................ 291

A.2.6 Requirements (optional) .............................................................................. 291

A.2.7 Common terms and definitions ..................................................................... 291

A.2.8 Custom information (optional) ...................................................................... 291

Annex B (informative) Extensions and proposals................................................................ 292

B.1 Package Functional ............................................................................................ 292

B.1.1 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 292

B.1.2 Package (Informative) InfIEC61970 ............................................................. 320

B.1.3 Package (Informative) InfExtensions ............................................................ 321

B.2 Package ElectricalProperties .............................................................................. 325

B.2.1 General ....................................................................................................... 325

B.2.2 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 326

B.3 Package Assets .................................................................................................. 326

B.3.1 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 326

B.3.2 Package (Informative) InfIEC61968 ............................................................. 327

B.3.3 Package (Informative) InfExtensions ............................................................ 329

B.4 Package AssetCatalog ........................................................................................ 332

B.4.1 Package Standard ....................................................................................... 332

B.4.2 Package (Informative) InfIEC61968 ............................................................. 337

B.4.3 Package (Informative) InfExtensions ............................................................ 340

B.5 Package Customers – Package Standard – PricingStructure ............................... 345

B.6 Top package DataTypes ..................................................................................... 345

B.6.1 Package EntsoeExtensionsTypes ................................................................ 345

B.6.2 Package NEKnoExtensionsTypes ................................................................ 347

Annex C (informative) CDPSM MV/LV urban and rural network .......................................... 350

Annex D (informative) CDPSM MV/LV urban network ......................................................... 351

Annex E (informative) CDPSM MV urban and rural network ............................................... 352

Annex F (informative) CDPSM usage in H2020 TDX-ASSIST ............................................. 354

Annex G (informative) Nuclear distribution network ............................................................ 360

Annex H (informative) Observability Area concept ............................................................. 361

Annex I (informative) CDPSM to CGMES conversion ......................................................... 363

Annex J (informative) Norwegian Electrotechnical Committee (NEK) CDPSM Use

Cases ................................................................................................................................. 365

J.1 General ............................................................................................................... 365

J.2 Provision of Network Operator asset model to System Operator and

Regulator ............................................................................................................ 365

Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 369

Figure 1 – Feeder containment principles ............................................................................. 36

Figure 2 – UML Wire arrangement (informative) .................................................................... 38

Figure 3 – Main steps for profiling CIM ................................................................................. 39

Figure 4 – UML CDPSM profiles (informative) ....................................................................... 40

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Figure 5 – CDPSM interoperability scheme ........................................................................... 42

Figure 6 – Network Model Management overview ................................................................. 43

Figure 7 – Package diagram General::CDPSM Profiles ......................................................... 44

Figure 8 – Package diagram Functional::Functional .............................................................. 45

Figure 9 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Core_Base ................................................ 46

Figure 10 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Core_connectivity_containment .............. 46

Figure 11 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Cuts and Jumpers ................................... 47

Figure 12 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_DC .......................................................... 47

Figure 13 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_AuxiliaryEquipment ................................. 48

Figure 14 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Equivalent ............................................... 48

Figure 15 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Feeder .................................................... 49

Figure 16 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Generation .............................................. 49

Figure 17 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_LoadModel .............................................. 50

Figure 18 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_MeasControl ........................................... 50

Figure 19 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_MeasMeas .............................................. 51

Figure 20 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Operation ................................................ 52

Figure 21 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_OperationalLimits .................................... 53

Figure 22 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Protection ............................................... 53

Figure 23 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_SCADA ................................................... 54

Figure 24 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Status ..................................................... 54

Figure 25 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Transformer ............................................ 55

Figure 26 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Wires_Base ............................................ 56

Figure 27 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Wires_Regulating .................................... 57

Figure 28 – Class diagram Functional::Functional_Wires_Switches ...................................... 58

Figure 29 – Package diagram ElectricalProperties::ElectricalProperties .............................. 151

Figure 30 – Class diagram ElectricalProperties::ElectricalProperties ................................... 152

Figure 31 – Class diagram

ElectricalProperties::ElectricalProperties_ConductingEquipments ....................................... 153

Figure 32 – Class diagram Standard::Standard ................................................................... 154

Figure 33 – Package diagram Topology::Topology .............................................................. 180

Figure 34 – Class diagram Topology::Topology ................................................................... 181

Figure 35 – Package diagram SteadyStateHypothesis::SteadyStateHypothesis .................. 187

Figure 36 – Class diagram SteadyStateHypothesis::SteadyStateHypothesis ....................... 188

Figure 37 – Class diagram StateVariables::StateVariables .................................................. 201

Figure 38 – Class diagram StateVariables::StateVariables inheritence ................................ 202

Figure 39 – Package diagram StateVariables::StateVariables ............................................. 202

Figure 40 – Package diagram Geographical::Geographical ................................................. 206

Figure 41 – Class diagram Geographical::Geographical ...................................................... 207

Figure 42 – Package diagram DiagramLayout::DiagramLayout ........................................... 210

Figure 43 – Class diagram DiagramLayout::DiagramLayout ................................................ 211

Figure 44 – Package diagram Assets::Assets ..................................................................... 217

Figure 45 – Class diagram Assets::Assets .......................................................................... 218

Figure 46 – Package diagram AssetCatalog::AssetCatalog ................................................. 228

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Figure 47 – Class diagram AssetCatalog::AssetCatalog-Operators ..................................... 229

Figure 48 – Class diagram AssetCatalog::AssetInfo-Model-Constructor relationships ......... 230

Figure 49 – Class diagram AssetCatalog::AssetInfos-Cables .............................................. 231

Figure 50 – Class diagram AssetCatalog::AssetInfos-Transformers .................................... 232

Figure 51 – Class diagram AssetCatalog::AssetInfos Others ............................................... 233

Figure 52 – Class diagram Customers::Customers .............................................................. 252

Figure 53 – Package diagram Customers::Customers ......................................................... 253

Figure 54 – Package diagram DataTypes::DataTypes ......................................................... 259

Figure 55 – Class diagram PrimitiveTypes::Primitives ......................................................... 259

Figure 56 – Class diagram CIMDataTypes::CIMDataTypes ................................................. 260

Figure 57 – Class diagram CIMEnumerations::enumerations-CIM ....................................... 261

Figure 58 – Class diagram CompoundTypes::CompoundTypes ........................................... 281

Figure B.1 – Class diagram (Informative) InfIEC61970::Functional_WeatherStation ............ 320

Figure B.2 – Class diagram (Informative) InfNEKExtensions::InfNEKSubstation .................. 321

Figure B.3 – Class diagram (Informative) InfNEKExtensions::InfNEKLine ............................ 322

Figure B.4 – Class diagram (Informative) InfNEKExtensions::InfNEKAuxilaryEquipment ..... 322

Figure B.5 – Class diagram (Informative)

InfEntsoeExtensions::InfEntsoeRateTemperature ............................................................... 325

Figure B.6 – Class diagram (Informative)

InfCDPSMExtensions::InfCDPSMOrganisationRole ............................................................. 329

Figure B.7 – Class diagram (Informative) InfNEKExtensions::InfNEKOrganisationRole ....... 331

Figure B.8 – Class diagram (Informative) InfIEC61968::Catalog-Entries .............................. 337

Figure B.9 – Class diagram (Informative) InfIEC61968::ShuntCompensatorInfo .................. 338

Figure B.10 – Class diagram (Inform
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