Service Oriented Architectural Model for Load Flow Analysis in Power Systems

Balasingh Muthu 1 , Ramachandran Veilumuthu 1 ,  and Lakshmi Ponnusamy 1
  • 1 Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Anna University, No 109, Academic Block, Tiruchirappalli 620 024, India

Service Oriented Architectural Model for Load Flow Analysis in Power Systems

The main objective of this paper is to develop the Service Oriented Architectural (SOA) Model for representation of power systems, especially of computing load flow analysis of large interconnected power systems. The proposed SOA model has three elements namely load flow service provider, power systems registry and client. The exchange of data using XML makes the power system services standardized and adaptable. The load flow service is provided by the service provider, which is published in power systems registry for enabling universal visibility and access to the service. The message oriented style of SOA using Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) makes the service provider and the power systems client to exist in a loosely coupled environment. This proposed model, portraits the load flow services as Web services in service oriented environment. To suit the power system industry needs, it easily integrates with the Web applications which enables faster power system operations.

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