Application of Optoelectronic
Measuring and Monitoring Methods
in Romanian Power Grid
Cheia, May 6-8, 2009
Research , Development and Testing National Institute
for Electrical Engineering - ICMET CRAIOVA
of Education, Research and Innovation
"POLITEHNICA" of Bucharest
A. BAICUSI C.N.
C. CEPISCA POLITEHNICA University - Bucharest
S. COATU POLITEHNICA University - Bucharest
M. COSTEA POLITEHNICA University - Bucharest
D. CRISTESCU CNR-CIGRE
C. DIACONU C.N. Transelectrica S.A.
A. MARINESCU ICMET Craiova
I. NEDELCU SC Teletrans SA - Bucharest
P. PENCIOIU ICPE Bucharest
S. PISPIRIS C.N. Transelectrica S.A.
Anca POPESCU ISPE - Bucharest
M.O. POPESCU POLITEHNICA University - Bucharest
A. RUSU ST Bucharest
Fl. Th. TANASESCU CER
N. VASILE CCI Bucharest
I. VIZITEU SC Teletrans SA - Bacau
M. DUTA ICMET Craiova
A. MARINESCU ICMET Craiova
D. POPA ICMET Craiova
P. PISTOL ICMET Craiova
A. RUSU ST Bucuresti
D. DUMITRESCU ST Bucuresti
V. POPOVICI ST Bucuresti
Elvira CALIN ICMET Craiova
Adriana MARINESCU ICMET Craiova
Elena POPESCU ICMET Craiova
Viorica VOICU ICMET Craiova
Sonia CALINESCU ICMET Craiova
February 25, 2009
Participants registration and extended abstract submission
2009 Acceptance notification
April 10, 2009 Paper submission
By means of this
Symposium hold under the auspices of CIGRE – SC D1, the organisers
aim at presenting, under the form of tutorials, scientific papers and
posters, contributions regarding:
- Recent progresses in the development and application of modern optoelectronic
measuring methods in the electric power transport and distribution networks
all over the world and in Romania;
- Present stage and prospects of optoelectronic methods application
in Romania considering that a fiber optics infrastructure already exists
The scientific event will gather together representatives of the academic
and industrial research from Romania and from abroad, private small
and medium enterprises, electric power transport and distribution networks,
professional associations, ministries and state institutions for a constructive
exchange of information and experience and will identify the applicability
conditions as well as the cooperation and research-development topics
in the next period.
- CIGRE role in
optoelectronic technology application;
- Measurement and monitoring in Romanian power grid and substations
by using the existing fiber optics infrastructure;
- Evolution of instrument transformer manufacturing for classical and
nonconventional electric substations with a view to improving the measurement
accuracy (new series of standards IEC 61869);
- Application of the new series of standards IEC 61850: Communications
networks and systems in electric substations;
- Measurement function integration in the line equipment;
- Optical and hybrid sensors for current and voltage measurement at
- Optical and hybrid sensors for nonelectrical quantities measurement:
forces, pressures, temperatures, deformations etc.
- Optical sensors for the thermal and dielectric condition monitoring
of the electric power transmission lines and electric substations equipment.
The authors will
send an extended abstract (400-500 words – one A4 format), up
to February 25, 2009. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com)
Acceptance notification will be sent up to March 15, 2009.
The full papers shall be sent up to April 10, 2009 as PDF files.
All papers shall have 6 pages maximum and will be included on the Symposium
CD that will be given to participants at the opening session.
The official language
of the symposium is English.
AND PARTICIPATION FEE
fee is 150 lei/pers.
The accommodation expenses are paid by the participants according to
the registration form.
The accommodation expenses are of 85 EURO / day
All costs for symposium proceedings are ensured by the organisers.
Cheia resort is
located in Prahova District, in a small depression crossed by the Telejean
River, guarded by the peak of mountains called Ciucas at an altitude
of 875 meters. Placed at about 60 km from Ploiesti, Cheia resort has
wonderful landscapes and a tonic-stimulant intramountain-depression
climate with highly ozoniferous air being at an optimum altitude for
winter sports and trips.
The resort, characterized by relatively low atmospheric pressure, clean
air free of dust and allergens and rich in
ultraviolet radiation, with a marked ionization of the atmosphere, is
a fine rest and recreation place.
A place worth
visiting there is Cheia Monastery that was founded in 1770, destroyed
by ottoman Turks, rebuilt and then burnt in a fire. The present church
was rebuilt in bricks within 1835-1839 and painted by Gheorghe Tattarescu