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   Preliminary Program

Preliminary Program

Monday September 18th 2017
08.00 – 09.30 Registration Coffee Break
09.30 – 10.30 Opening Ceremony
10.30 – 11.30 Invited Speakers
11.30 – 13.00 Lunch Break Coffee Break
13.00 – 15.00 Session 1
15.00 – 15.30 Break Coffee Break
15.30 – 17.30 Session 2
20.00 – 23.00 Gala Dinner (City Museum)

Tuesday September 19th 2017
08.30 – 10.30 Session 3  
10.30 – 11.00 Break Coffee Break
11.00 – 12.30 Session 4 + Conclusory Session  
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Break Coffee Break
14.00 – 17.00 Technical Visit to KOLEKTOR ETRA Transformer Factory  
14.00 Departure from Venue  
14.30 – 15.15 Oral + Video Presentation Coffee Break
15.15 – 16.30 Walking Tour  
16.30 – 17.00 Return to Venue  
Free Evening

Wednesday September 20th2017(to be announced later)
Two events were originally planned:
  • Tutorial and
  • WGs Meeting
The LOC will check the interest of potential attendees and convey notification in time

Main Topics

The concept of the Colloquium is to create a meeting place of knowledge exchange for engineers involved in the fundamental study of lightning phenomena and protection application against its effects. In this session we plan to focus more specifically on:

  1. Principles of lightning location, limitations and performance of existing systems.
  2. Exploitation of data provided by lightning location systems (LLS), reporting and/or survey on authentic experiences, including correlation with otherwise obtained data.
  3. Direct measurement of lightning currents using instrumented tall structures.
  4. State-of-the art of LL methods and systems related to its applicability in case of power system emergency and restoration.
  5. Numerical simulations in lightning related studies, including lightning shielding, induced lightning and overvoltage protection.
  6. Protection from lightning impact on power plants’ secondary I&C systems and on plants’ auxiliary electrical systems.
  7. Improvement of lightning protection of overhead lines, substation equipment, underground and submarine cables and other lightning impact related transient phenomena.
  8. Electrical grounding including towers of transmission and distribution systems.
  9. PQ monitoring and lightning including measures aimed at PQ improving.
  10. Lightning protection elements, arrester application, monitoring and field experience including multi-impulse stresses.

Other topics related to lightning and protection systems against lightning will also be welcome.

The colloquium will start with keynote lectures providing the audience with latest views on basics of lightning and enabling the participants to fully understand the subjects which are to be presented.


Accepted Abstracts

ID Authors & Title
102 Miha Bečan:
A CHALLENGING CASE OF OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION LINE LIGHTNING PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT BY MEANS OF LINE SURGE ARRESTER INSTALLING
103 Sandi Skočir, Goran Milev:
Protection of grazing livestock against lightning
104 Yusreni Warmi, Koji Michishita:
Lightning performance of 150 kV Transmission Lines in West Sumatra in Indonesia
105 Christian Paul, Fridolin Heidler:
Analysis of superimposed oscillations on lightning currents caused by the influence of high building structures
106 Martin Svancar, Lubomir Kocis, Petr Spurny, Lidmila Vranova:
Automatic System for Evaluation of Lightning Effects on Transmission System using Euclid Database and AROPO
107 Tarik Sadovic, Miroslav Mesić, Alain Xemard, David Marin:
NEW UPGRADES AND CHALLENGES FOR THE STON - KOMOLAC TRANSMISSION LINE LIGHTNING MONITORING PROJECT
108 Wolfgang Schulz, Dieter Poelman, Rudolf Kaltenböck, Edouard Goudenhoofdt, Laurent Delobbe:
Outliers in the EUCLID network
109 Lukas Schwalt, Stephan Pack, Wolfgang Schulz, Gerhard Diendorfer:
NUMBER OF SINGLE STROKE FLASHES IN THE ALPINE REGION DETERMINED WITH A VIDEO AND FIELD RECORDING SYSTEM
110 Mikihisa SAITO, Toru MIKI, Takatoshi SHINDO, Masaru ISHII, Takeo SONEHARA:
Characteristics of upward connecting leaders initiated from Tokyo Skytree
111 Janez Ribič, Jože Pihler, Robert Maruša:
Analysis of the potential rise in the earth of transmission and distribution systems grounding
112 Miroslav Mesić, Silvia Piliškić, Luka Ćurin:
Application and Performance of the Line Surge Arresters of the 110 kV Overhead Lines of the Croatian Transmission System
113 Michihiro Matsui, Koji Michishita:
Influence on the location accuracy of lightning stroke position due to difference in conductivity between sea and land
114 Bojan Franc, Ivo Uglešić, Miroslav Mesić, Igor Ivanković:
Improving and advance control, maintenance and planning of transmission power system with lighting location systems data
115 Alessandra Camara, Fridolin Heidler:
Currents on lines inside a building in case of lightning equipotential bonding on the roof
116 Vid Voncina:
REMOTE SURGE ARRESTER CONDITION INDICATOR
117 Ivo Uglesic, Viktor Milardić, Miroslav Mesic, Zavisa Klobas, Milan Puharic:
The study of improving the lightning performance of the double circuit 220 kV line Plomin-Pehlin
118 Klemen Jevnikar, Goran Milev, mag. Vladimir Djurica:
Comparison of lighting strike specific energy calculation between SIST EN 62305-1 standard and IEC TR 60071-4 technical report using Rise-Time and Peak-To-Zero time measured by Lightning Localization System
119 Alain ROUSSEAU, Mitchell Guthrie:
Risk assessment of lightning-induced surges on PV Systems
120 Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Tsutomu Suzuki, Takatsugu Suzuki, Yasuhiro Shimizu, Kenji Tsuge:
Field experience with externally gapped line surge arrester (EGLA) for lightning protection of 66kV and 154kV overhed transmission lines
121 Ljupko Teklić, Božidar Filipović-Grčić, Roko Jerčić:
Detection of high impedance faults in power transmission network with nonlinear loads using artificial neural networks
122 Konrad Sobolewski:
New technologies used in lightning protection systems
123 Marek Loboda, Krzysztof Lenarczyk:
Lightning performance of 220 kV and 400 kV overhead power transmision lines in Poland in years 2010-2016
124 Bruno Jurišić, Paul Poujade, Alain Xemard, Olivier Moreau, Ivo Uglešić, Sébastien Lalléchère, Françoise Paladian:
Transformers modelling for lightning studies
125 Zoltán Tóth, István Kiss, Bálint Németh:
Effect of near wind turbines on the risk of lightning stroke on overhead lines
126 Max Goertz, Simon Wenig, Matthias Kahl, Simon Beckler, Jochen Christian, Michael Suriyah, Thomas Leibfried:
Lightning Performance of HVDC Mixed Overhead-Cable Lines
127 Bálint G. Halász, Zoltán Tóth, Bálint Németh, Gábor Göcsei, István Kiss:
Lightning protection of medium voltage overhead lines
128 Vlatko Ećimović, Ivica Petrović, Danko Blažević:
Implementation of software application for lightning strikes locating within analysis of power transmission network elements fault emergence
129 Ladislav Musil, Martin Svancar, Petr Spurný, Radek Ovesný:
Experiences Gained during Development of Methodology for Measuring Ground Resistance of High Voltage Transmission Lines Towers
130 Stephan Pack, Georg Wurzer, Christopher Hribernik:
Transient voltage measurements in correlation with control records of a 110-kV-transmission line
131 Mladen Trlep, Marko Jesenik, Miloš Beković, Anton Hamler:
Transient Analysis of a Grounding System as Time-Dependent Nonlinear Problem
132 André Tiso Lobato, Vernon Cooray, Liliana Arevalo:
Striking distance of common buildings evaluated with a leader inception model
133 Stephane Pedeboy, Marina Bernardi, Wolfgang Schulz, Alain Rousseau:
On the occurrence of intense lightning discharges in Western Europe
134 Fabio Tossani, Alberto Borghetti, Fabio Napolitano, Alexandre Piantini, Carlo Alberto Nucci:
Lightning Performance of Overhead Power Distribution Lines in Urban Areas






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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of electrical engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Winnipeg, Canada
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Fakulteta za elektrotehniko, Univerza v Ljubljani
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