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#1387 closed (fixed)

Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Systems Using DHT and GENI-Based Cloud Computing

Reported by: yxin@renci.org Owned by: peter.stickney@bbn.com
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: GPO Version: SPIRAL7
Keywords: GEC22 Cc: achakra2@ncsu.edu, yxin@renci.org
Dependencies:

Description

Demo Title: Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Systems Using DHT and GENI-Based Cloud Computing

One-sentence layman's description: This demo will show how enhanced distributed hash tables (DHTs), deployed in a distributed cloud network like GENI, can be used as a highly useful medium for real-time distributed monitoring of very large power systems using massive volumes of Synchrophasor data.

Who should see this demo? Any attendee (graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, professors and industry partners) who are interested in smart grids, distributed computing and real-time systems.

Demo description paragraph(s): The demo will show how enhanced distributed hash tables can be deployed in a distributed cloud network like GENI to form a transformatively new wide-area communication medium for executing critical, real-time monitoring and estimation functions in large electric power systems using massive volumes of Synchrophasor data. We will demonstrate how various monitoring and state estimation algorithms for keeping continuous track of a power grid, can be installed in GENI using a deadline-driven DHT system we are developing, which decouples the data communication between the grid sensors (Phasor Measurement Units or PMUs), the data processors (Phasor Data Concentrators or PDCs), and the monitoring applications. We will develop a dynamic, virtual PMU-PDC architecture in ExoGENI that can be connected to a power system testbed running at the NSF FREEDM Systems Center, located at NC State University. The connection will be completely plug-and-play. We will use this interconnection to emulate several realistic monitoring scenarios, and evaluate how DHTs can improve the resiliency of monitoring against network delays and malicious data-flows. This is a collaboration between RENCI and NCSU.

List of equipment that will need AC connections (e.g. laptop, switch, monitor): 2 Laptops, 1 monitor

Total number of wired network connections (sum standard IP and VLAN connections): 1

Number of wired layer 2 VLANs (if any):

Number of wireless network connections (include required bandwidth if significant):

Number of static addresses needed (if any): 1

Monitor (y/n, specify VGA or DVI): Specify resolution only if your software has resolution restrictions. Number of posters (max size poster boards are 30" x 40"): 1 (DVI)

Special requests: N/A

Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by yxin@renci.org

Cc: yxin@renci.org added

comment:2 Changed 5 years ago by peter.stickney@bbn.com

Status: newaccepted

Thanks for the demo submission, I will follow up with confirmation of available resources.

Of note, NSF will be looking at this wiki page, so please feel free to update if you notice any errors or wish to update your demo description.

http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEC22Agenda/EveningDemoSession

comment:3 Changed 5 years ago by peter.stickney@bbn.com

We are now able to confirm the availability of your requested resources. Please update this ticket if you have any questions or concerns. See you in DC!

comment:4 Changed 5 years ago by peter.stickney@bbn.com

Resolution: fixed
Status: acceptedclosed

Thanks for joining us in DC this year. We hope everything worked as you expected.

Please feel free to update / append the wiki page for the Demo Night here:

http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEC22Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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