Volume 7 Issue 4 - November 2016

  • 1. Prospects towards protecting publicly accessed computer systems from intentional emi:

    Authors : Achyuta Nand Mishra, Prof. Sudan Jha

    Pages : 286-290

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.74.039

    Keywords : Electromagnetic compatibilitySmart GridIssues and Standards Smart GridElectromagnetic Interference

    Abstract :

    This paper introduces electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) as an integral process needed for the design of devices that are used in the operation of the Smart Grid. The report examines EMC issues for Smart Grid equipment on both the electric power system delivery and the power customer sides of the Smart Grid meter and summarizes recommendations for EMC standards. It is intended as a guide to apply documented EMC principles to better ensure the operation and interoperability of the Smart Grid in its intended electromagnetic (EM) environments. The general recommendations that follow come from the analysis of Smart Grid issues and standards. The reliable delivery of electric power to customers is the most obvious measure of how well a power grid is performing. The Smart Grid has the potential to improve the reliability of power delivery in many ways. But due to its increased complexity and reliance on technologies not previously incorporated into the grid, the Smart Grid also may be susceptible to factors that can negatively impact the reliability of power delivery. Some of these factors result from electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMC is defined as “the capability of electrical and electronic systems, equipment, and devices to operate in their intended electromagnetic environment within a defined margin of safety, and at design levels of performance without suffering or causing unacceptable degradation as a result of electromagnetic interference.” So for a device, equipment, or system to be compatible it must be immune (or at least tolerant) to the EM disturbances that exist in its environment and not introduce additional disturbances. This implies that it will coexist and interpenetrate as designed with other systems in its environment.

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    Achyuta Nand Mishra, Prof. Sudan Jha, "Prospects towards protecting publicly accessed computer systems from intentional emi:", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=909&j_id=3535, Volume 7 Issue 4 - November 2016, 286-290, #ijltetorg