The dataset gives data of two real* and two theoretical low voltage grids in European grid type. The real grids include a typical rural (59% cable share, long feeders, radial structure, small transformer) and a typical urban (96% cable share, short feeders, radial structure, large transformer) low voltage grid. The theoretical grids consist of a distribution transformer and one feeder, one is realized with cable feeder and the other with overhead line feeder.

    Included are for each grid:
    • Topology of low voltage grid,
    • current ratings, lengths, and positive-sequence resistances, reactances and capacitances of line segments,
    • connection points of customers,
    • connection points of inductive devices,
    • distribution transformer rated apparent power, nominal primary and secondary voltages, and positive-sequence resistance and reactance, and
    • a solved load flow case.

    *The exact location of both real grids cannot be published due to data protection issues.
    Date made available26 Sept 2018

    Research Field

    • Power System Planning and Operation

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