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Secure-WAMS:
Using Exo-GENI for Attack-Resilient Monitoring
and Control of Next-Generation Power Grids
US Ignite Applicati...
Facility Integration
Real-Time Digital Simulators
ExoGENIPhasorLab
Control Room
PDC PDC PDC PDC
PDC PDC
PMU PMU
PMU
PDC PDC PDC PDC
PDC PDC
PMU PMU
PMU
PDC PDC PDC PDC
PDC PDC
PMU PMU
PMU
I...
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
Phase Angle Transience
Time (seconds)
Angle(Degrees)
Inertia...
Conclusions
1. WAMS is a tremendously promising technology for control researchers
2. Control + Communications + Computing...
Thank You
Emails: achakra2@ncsu.edu yxin@renci.org
Homepage: http://engr.ncsu.edu/achakra2
www.exogeni.net
Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid
Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid
Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid
Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid
Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid
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Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid

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Our application will show how Synchrophasor data can be handled intelligently in real-time such that even if there is a malicious attack on the cyber or physical resources of the grid the underlying architecture can reconfigure its routing principles and bypass the immediate impact. Aranya Chakrabortty and Jianhua Zhang, North Carolina State University and Yufeng Xin, Renaissance Computing Institute

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Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Grid

  1. 1. Secure-WAMS: Using Exo-GENI for Attack-Resilient Monitoring and Control of Next-Generation Power Grids US Ignite Application Summit June 26, 2014, Sunnyvale, CA Aranya Chakrabortty & Jianhua Zhang North Carolina State University Yufeng Xin Renaissance Computing Institute
  2. 2. Facility Integration Real-Time Digital Simulators ExoGENIPhasorLab
  3. 3. Control Room PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PMU PMU PMU PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PMU PMU PMU PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PDC PMU PMU PMU Inter-area Communication Inter-area Communication Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Communication Network Centralized RLS Distributed Prony
  4. 4. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 Phase Angle Transience Time (seconds) Angle(Degrees) Inertia=1MWs/MVA Inertia=3MWs/MVA Inertia=6MWs/MVA Inertia=10 MWs/MVA 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 1.26 1.265 1.27 1.275 1.28 1.285 1.29 1.295 1.3 x10 5 Bus 9 Voltage Transience Time (seconds) Voltage Inertia=1MWs/MVA Inertia=3MWs/MVA Inertia=6MWs/MVA Inertia=10 MWs/MVA Phasor Lab
  5. 5. Conclusions 1. WAMS is a tremendously promising technology for control researchers 2. Control + Communications + Computing (CPS) must merge 3. Plenty of new research problems – EE, Applied Math, Computer Science 4. Plenty of new distributed optimization and control problems 5. Both theory and testbed experiments must progress 6. Right time to think mathematically – Network theory is imperative electric grid 7. Needs participation of young researchers! 8. Promises to create jobs and provide impetus to power engineering
  6. 6. Thank You Emails: achakra2@ncsu.edu yxin@renci.org Homepage: http://engr.ncsu.edu/achakra2 www.exogeni.net

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