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Siemens has successfully developed smart grid architecture model

recently, Siemens has successfully developed the smart grid architecture model (or SGAM) in the field of infrastructure and urban business. With this model, European power companies and industrial enterprises will be able to display the structure of intelligent power systems. The model can be used for visualization, project verification, structure display and internal standardization of intelligent power engineering. Under the general trend of climate warming, population structure change, globalization and urbanization, the energy systems of all countries in the world are facing more and more challenges. In many countries, the demand for renewable energy access, transmission network upgrading and improving distribution efficiency is growing. The emergence of smart electricity is precisely to deal with these problems and challenges in order to achieve higher energy efficiency and reliability. Siemens infrastructure and urban business is committed to providing comprehensive solutions for the sustainable development of cities. This latest development achievement marks another major improvement in the professionalism of intelligent electrolysis solutions. Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. has studied the bending test of plexiglass materials. Said Dr. Xiao Song, President of Siemens' infrastructure and urban business in Northeast Asia and ASEAN Pacific

Siemens represents an open standard. I and other participating catheter products have always played a key role in promoting the standardization of smart electricity in all important organizations or conferences. Christian middot, head of technology and innovation of smart power group in the field of infrastructure and urban business of Siemens; Christian wurhofer said. Siemens has obtained the initial experience through the practical application of this model in standardization, pilot projects and industrial fields

the concept of smart electricity is now respected by legislators in various countries, and has attracted the attention of research and pilot projects around the world. Intelligent electrolysis solution uses two-way digital communication technology to achieve the balance between power generation and actual power consumption, which greatly improves the efficiency and reliability of the entire power supply system. As more and more renewable energy needs to be flexibly connected to electricity, the role of smart electricity has become increasingly important. Europe has taken a series of important standardization measures to promote the development of smart electricity. One of the major challenges faced by the development of smart electricity is to develop a technical architecture model that can clearly describe ※ in principle, the distribution mode adopts 3-phase 380V power supply to draw the functional connection, information and communication technology association between the smart electricity main control system and various related subsystems. In addition, availability, information security and energy efficiency also need to be considered. At the same time, the developer designed a migration scheme based on the existing installation. They also consider that upgrading the power system into a comprehensive smart electricity is an evolving process, which needs to be continuously promoted at all stages. Therefore, Siemens' research results are not only a blueprint for the architecture of smart electricity, but also a test method for the interaction between various elements of smart electricity

sgam model is based on intelligent power generation, conversion chain and hierarchical power system management scheme. Its interoperability can be described through the five superimposed model layers of components, communication, information, function and commerce. The application of this model can show and compare different intelligent electrolysis solutions, so as to find the similarities and differences between various examples, path diagrams and perspectives

The practical application of SGAM model in standardization, pilot projects and industrial fields has helped to accumulate a large number of first-hand experience materials. In terms of standardization function, the analysis method adopted by the model has been used in application analysis. For example, the cross domain functional requirements response of smart electricity has been drawn on the model layer to test whether it is applicable to the existing information and communication standards. Through the analysis of the test results, the proposal to expand the scope of the standard is obtained. The project architecture of ecogrid EU, the European smart electricity pilot project, was also established through the SGAM model. In the industrial field, the micro electric scheme is also designed through the comparison of different communication architectures and the evaluation of their applicability

Siemens has long been committed to innovation in the field of electricity and energy. Smart power group, a subsidiary of infrastructure and urban business, is mainly committed to providing international and localized products and solutions to jc/t547 (2) 005 ceramic tile adhesives for customers in the fields of Commerce, industry and public utilities. Through more effective monitoring of energy use, it can help meet the new challenges faced by today's society, such as sustainable development, urban intelligence, and improving energy efficiency. Siemens smart power group includes three business departments: Energy Automation Department (mainly providing products related to protection systems and control systems, as well as smart power application solutions such as demand response and micro power), service business department (mainly engaged in smart meters, electrical design consulting and asset life cycle management), And railway electrification Department (connect railway electricity with daily electricity, and store the excess electricity of railway electricity to balance the peak of daily electricity consumption)

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