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International

Colloquium
Bologna, Italy
on Lightning
27-29 June 2016
and Power
Systems
School of Engineering
and Architecture
University of Bologna
Under the Patronage of

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Contents

Welcome Addresses 4

Technical Committee 5

Local Organizing Committee 5

Programme at Glance 6

Paper Sessions Overview 7

Guidelines for Oral Presentations 8

Opening Session 8

Keynote Addresses 9

Session 1
TRANSMISSION LINES RESPONSE 10

Session 2
CABLES RESPONSE AND GROUNDING SYSTEMS 11

Session 3
MODELS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS 12

Session 4
MEASUREMENTS OF LIGHTNING CURRENTS AND FIELDS 13

Session 5
INDUCED EFFECTS AND DISTRIBUTION LINES 14

Session 6
EXPLOITATION OF DATA FROM LLS 15

Session 7
ARRESTERS 16

Session 8
LIGHTNING PERFORMANCE OF OVERHEAD LINES 17

Session 9
PROTECTION OF LINES AND GRIDS 18

Closing Session 18

General Information 19

Colloquium Area Map 20

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Welcome Addresses

Carlo
Alberto
Alberto
Borghetti
Nucci
Italy
Italy

It is for us a great honour to serve as chairmen of CIGRE 2016 International


Colloquium on Lightning and Power Systems. Lightning is still one of the
major causes of damage and malfunction of electrical power systems if
not the major. The research activity aimed at further understanding lightning
associated phenomena and at the implementation of protective measures
against its effect on power systems is consequently going on with increased
efforts all over the world. The 42 papers that will be presented are from 28
countries, which is not only an indication of the importance of the theme
of the Colloquium, but a further confirmation of the worldwide influential
role and prestige of CIGRE. The example of the two preceding successful
editions of the Colloquium, held in Kuala Lumpur (2010) and Lyon (2014),
has represented a great motivation for the Technical/Organizing Committee
to come up with a comparable event, and though we may not have achieved,
we have done our best.
Our most sincere thanks go to the Chairman of CIGRE SC C4 Poyuan Pourbeik
and to the chairman of the previous edition Alain Xemard, for their warm
encouragement in getting us involved in this gathering. We are also grateful
to Maks Babuder, chairman of the International Technical Committee and
to Ivo Uglesic and Stanislav Vizintin, co-chairmen: their contribution to the
selection/review process of the some 50 summaries we have received
along with that of all the members of the Technical Committee has been
fundamental. Warm thanks go to the members of the National Italian CIGRE
Committee, in particular to the president Massimo Rebolini, and to the
secretary Claudia Imposimato, for their essential support in making this event
possible. The important contribution of the members of the Local Organizing
Committee, chaired by Fabio Napolitano, is also gratefully acknowledged.
A number of leading sponsoring companies and institutions have certainly
added very much to the value of this symposium: their generous support
and interest in taking part in this event are gratefully acknowledged.
We wish all of you a successful Colloquium and a pleasant stay in Bologna,
the town of the oldest university of the western world.

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Committees

Conference Chairs Organizing Committee


Alberto Borghetti (Italy) Fabio Napolitano, Chairmam (Italy)
Carlo Alberto Nucci (Italy) Claudia Imposimato (Italy)
Roberto Tinarelli (Italy)
Fabio Tossani (Italy)
Alain Xemard (France)

Technical Committee
Maks Babuder, Chairman (Slovenia) Manuel Martinez (Brazil)
Ivo Uglesic, co-Chairman (Croatia) David Marin (France)
Stanislav Vizintin , co-Chairman (Slovenia) Carlo Mazzetti (Italy)
Pierre Argaut, Chairman (France, SC B1) Jan Meppelink (Germany)
Akihiro Ametani (Japan) Miroslav Mesic (Croatia)
Amedeo Andreotti (Italy) Pantelis Mikropoulos (Greece)
Yoshihiro Baba (Japan) Joan Montanya (Spain)
Marina Bernardi (Italy) Stephan Pack (Austria)
Istvn Berta (Hungary) Franoise Paladian (France)
Marc Bonnet (France) Mario Paolone (Switzerland)
Christian Bouquengeau (Belgium) Alexandre Piantini (Brazil)
Philippe Carer (France) Massimo Pompili (Italy)
William A. Chisholm (Canada) Pouyan Pourbeik, Chairman (USA, SC C4)
Vernon Cooray (Sweden) Fahrad Rachidi (Switzerland)
M. Teresa Correia de Barros (Portugal) Vlad Rakov (USA)
Kenneth L. Cummins (USA) Massimo Rebolini (Italy)
Federico Delfino (Italy) Farouk A. M. Rizk (Canada)
Gerhard Diendorfer (Austria) Alain Rousseau (France)
Zia Emin (UK) Marcos Rubinstein (Switzerland)
Chris Engelbrecht (USA) Salih Sadovic (France)
Zhengcai Fu (China) Leonardo Sandrolini (Italy)
Jinliang He (China) Takatoshi Shindo (Japan)
Fridolin Heidler (Germany) Wolfgang Schulz (Austria)
Ian R Jandrell (South Africa) Rajeev Thottappillil (Sweden)
Alexander Kern (Germany) Martin A. Uman (USA)
E. Philip Krider (USA) Silvrio Visacro (Brazil)
Masaru Ishii (Japan) Davor Vujatovic (UK)
Marek oboda (Poland) Alain Xemard (France)
Jean Mahseredjian (Canada) Shigeru Yokoyama (Japan)
Stefano Malgarotti (Italy) Bo Zhang (China)

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Programme at Glance

Sun
26 June 19:30 - 23:00 Welcome Cocktail Hotel i Portici
2016

8:00 - 9:00 Registration


(will keep open until
June 28, 2:00 pm)

9:00 - 10:45 Opening Session Room 6.2


and Keynote
Addresses
Mon 10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break Foyer Faculty of Engineering
27 June 11:15 - 12:45 Session 1 Room 6.2
2016
12:45 - 14:15 Lunch Foyer and Terrace - Faculty of Engineering
14:15 - 15:45 Session 2 Room 6.2
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break Foyer Faculty of Engineering
16:15 - 17:45 Session 3 Room 6.2
20:30 - 23:00 Gala Dinner Palazzo de' Toschi

9:00 - 10:30 Session 4 Room 6.2


10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Foyer Faculty of Engineering
11:00 - 12:45 Session 5 Room 6.2
Tue
28 June 12:45 - 14:00 Lunch Foyer and Terrace Faculty of Engineering
2016
14:00 - 15:45 Session 6 Room 6.2
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break Foyer Faculty of Engineering
16:15 - 17:45 Session 7 Room 6.2

9:00 - 10:30 Session 8 Room 6.2


Wed 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break Foyer Faculty of Engineering
29 June
2016 11:00 - 12:30 Session 9 Room 6.2
12:30 - 13:00 Closing session Room 6.2

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Paper Sessions Overview

Session 1
TRANSMISSION LINES RESPONSE
Session chairs: Stephan Pack, Alexandre Piantini

Session 2
CABLES RESPONSE AND GROUNDING SYSTEMS
Session chairs: Massimo Pompili, Alain Xemard

Session 3
MODELS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Session chairs: Vernon Cooray, Maria Teresa Correia de Barros

Session 4
MEASUREMENTS OF LIGHTNING CURRENTS
AND FIELDS
Session chairs: Fridolin Heidler, Philip Krider

Session 5
INDUCED EFFECTS AND DISTRIBUTION LINES
Session chairs: Akihiro Ametani, Koji Michisita

Session 6
EXPLOITATION OF DATA FROM LLS
Session chairs: Marina Bernardi, Wolfgang Schulz

Session 7
ARRESTERS
Session chairs: Alexander Nefedov, Bo Zhang

Session 8
LIGHTNING PERFORMANCE OF OVERHEAD LINES
Session chairs: Pantelis N.Mikropoulos, Ivo Uglesic

Session 9
PROTECTION OF LINES AND GRIDS
Session chairs: Antonio Ardito, Toshihisa Funabashi

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Guidelines Opening Session

Guidelines for oral MORNING SESSION


presentation by Authors
Monday, June 27
Facilities available for
presentation:
8:00-9:00 Registration
(Registration will keep open until June 28,
- Computer, video-projector 2:00 pm)
(with an attendant)
- Visual presentation ppt file
needs to be provided on CD
9:00-10:45 Opening Session
or memory stick
Session chairs: Maks Babuder, Alberto Borghetti
- Template for
pptpresentationscan
bedownloaded at the Welcome Addresses
linkbelow
Each paper should be Francesco Ubertini, Chancellor of the
presented inless than 15 University of Bologna
minutes, in order to make Massimo Rebolini, Chair of the CIGRE
it possible the availability Italian National Committee
ofat least 5 minutesfor Ezio Mesini, Dean of the School
questions and discussion. of Engineering and Architecture
Session chairpersons will Claudio Melchiorri, Director of the
ensure that time limits will
Department of Electrical, Electronic and
be respected.
Information Engineering DEI
Pre-session meetings are Alberto Borghetti, Carlo Alberto Nucci, DEI,
to be organized between
Conference Chairs
Authors and Session
Chairpersons in order
tofinalize instructions to Keynote Addresses
the authors (all PowerPoint
presentations need to be How Much Light is there in
loadedin advance in the Lightning?
computer that will be used
Philip Krider, University of Arizona - U.S.A.
during the session)
A pre-meeting room with Lightning and Power Systems:
computer facilities will be
TERNA Studies and Prospective for a
provided at the Conference
venue
More Resilient Transmission Grid
Massimo Rebolini, Terna, CIGRE Italian
Guidelines for Delegates national Committe - Italy
contributing to the
discussion
The Impact of Lightning Strikes for
Contributions to the Cable-Based High Voltage Electrical
discussions are expected
Transmission Systems
to be short (3 minutes
maximum) in order to make Markus Saltzer, ABB Sweden
it possible that each paper
receive at least a couple of 10:45 -11:15 Coffee break
questions

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Keynote Addresses

How Much Light is there in Lightning?


Dr. E. Philip In recent years, our understanding of lightning has
Krider improved by the application of high-speed video
cameras and other photoelectric detectors operating
University of Arizona, in conjunction with multiple-channel digital recording
Tucson, AZ, 85718, equipment. Unfortunately, most reports of this
U.S.A.
work do not describe what wavelengths the sensors
measure, if or how the detectors were calibrated, or
what the emission spectra of the sources might be. Here, we briefly review a
broadband, radiometric study of the light emitted by 62 m sections of negative
rocket-triggered lightning channels near ground, where measurements of
the irradiance waveforms were time-correlated with currents measured at
the channel base.

Lightning and Power Systems : TERNA Studies and


Prospective for a More Resilient Transmission
Dr. Massimo Grid
Rebolini The evaluation of lightning overvoltages and effects
on the transmission system represent an obliged step
TERNA SpA to understand grid resiliency against lightning strokes
over lines, stations and HVDC systems. Terna has
undertaken different studies on this topic. In particular,
the keynote will focus on the following aspects: the application of line surge
arresters on overhead lines, especially on overhead lines with a voltage rating
ranging from 60 to 150 kV, the application of mast inside stations located in
areas where the lightning density is particularly high and the approach to
lightning protection of HVDC converter stations.

The Impact of Lightning Strikes for Cable-Based


High Voltage Electrical Transmission Systems
Dr. Markus HVDC cable systems have been used as a common
Salzter technology to integrate renewable in the European
electricity network. This has to be backed by high
ABB SpA capacity links, which will transport energy across
significant distances. Despite when crossing major
waters, cable is hereby not the only viable solution.
For cost reasons a combination with overhead lines might be desirable.
Transmission systems comprising overhead lines are exposed to lightning
strikes and consequently the cable system will also be exposed to lightning
strikes. The keynote will outline the impact of lightning impulse on HVDC
cable systems and its components.

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1
Transmission
Lines
Response
Programme 2
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1 TRANSMISSION LINES RESPONSE


June 27 Morning session
11:15-12:45
Session chairs: Stephan Pack, Alexandre Piantini

1.1 A New Methodology for Electrical Tower Grounding in Practical


Use
G. Wurzer, I. Hbl, KNG-Krnten Netz GmbH, Austria, S. Pack, TU Graz,
Austria

1.2 Estimation of the Minimum Backflashover Current of Overhead


Lines of the Hellenic Transmission System Through ATP-EMTP
Simulations
Z.G. Datsios, P.N. Mikropoulos, T.E. Tsovilis, S.I. Angelakidou, Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki, Greece

1.3 A Monitoring System of Lightning Overvoltage Based on


Electro-Optic E-Field Sensor
Shangpeng Sun, Chongqing University, China, Qing Yang, Chongqing
University, China, Rui Han, Chongqing University, China, Yu Zhang,
Sichuan Electric Power Research Institute, China, Wenxia Sima,
Chongqing University, China

12:45-14:15 Lunch

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2
Cables
Response and
Grounding
Systems
Programme

2 CABLES RESPONSE AND GROUNDING SYSTEMS


June 27 Afternoon session
14:00-15:45
Session chairs: Massimo Pompili, Alain Xemard

2.1 FDTD Analysis of Lightning-Induced Currents on a Buried Cable


with a Shield Wire
H. Tanaka, Y. Baba, Doshisha University, Japan, C. F. Barbosa, Fundao
CPqD, Brazil

2.2 Impact of Lightning Current to 115 kV Subtransmission


Underground Cable in MEAs Power System
A Rajakrom, A. Phayomhom, MEA, Thailand

2.3 Calculation of Lightning Effects in the Frequency Domain with a


Program Based on Hybrid Methods
J. Meppelink, Soest University, Germany, R. Andolfato, D. Cuccarollo, SINT
Ingegneria, Italy

2.4 Lightning Overvoltage Protection of Combined Overhead Line


and Underground Cable Distribution Network
B. Filipovi-Gri, B. Franc, Ivo Uglesic, University of Zagreb, Croatia, H. D.
Betz Nowcast GmbH, Germany

14:15-15:45 Coffee Break

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3
Models
and Numerical
simulations
Programme 4
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3 MODELS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS


June 27 Afternoon session
16:15-17:45
Session chairs: Vernon Cooray, Maria Teresa Correia de Barros

3.1 Towards Complex Physically-Based Lightning Simulations


A. Villa, L. Barbieri, M. Gondola, RSE, Italy

3.2 An Analytically Extended Function for Representing the


Lightning Current First Derivative
V. Javor, University of Ni, Serbia

3.3 A Review of Engineering Return Stroke Models


Vernon Cooray, Uppsala University, Sweden

3.4 Positive Lightning Stroke Simulation by Means of Circuit Model


and Applications
L. Konate, A. Beroual, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France, F. Maciela, EDF
R&D, France

3.5 Application of Artificial Intelligence Algorithms to Lightning-


Caused Faults Forecasting in Smart Grid Transmission System
Chong Tong, MIET, China, Yuan Gao, NYISO, USA, Qing Wang, SGCC,
China, Ziyang Zhang, State Grid JiangSu Electric Power Company, China,
Dan Yu, Electric Power Planning & Engineering Institute, China,
Kai Chen, State Grid HeNan Electric Power Company, China

20:30-23:00 Gala dinner


Palazzo de Toschi, Piazza Minghetti 4D - Bologna

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4
Measurements
of Lightning
Currents and
Fields
Programme

4 MEASUREMENTS OF LIGHTNING CURRENTS


AND FIELDS
June 28 Morning session
9:00-10:30
Session chairs: Fridolin Heidler, Philip Krider

4.1 Calculating the Maximum Stroke Amplitudes with a Return


Period per Annum and Searching the Maximum Intensity of
Lightning Strikes in 24 Hours in the Size of Area of Interest
G. Milev, V. Djurica, K. Jevnikar, Milan Vidmar Power Research Institute,
Slovenia, M. Perman, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

4.2 Five Years of Experience of Ston - Komolac Transmission Line


Lightning Measurement
S. Sadovic, T. Sadovic, Sadovic Consultant, France, A. Xemard , EDF R&D,
France, M. Mesi, HOPS, Croatia, D. Marin, RTE, France

4.3 Preliminary analysis of lightning electric field signatures


obtained in the TLF-MF frequency range and collected during
summer thunderstorms in Poland
G. Karnas, G. Maslowski, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland

4.4 An Update on the Measurements of Lightning Currents and


Electromagnetic Fields Associated with Flashes to the Sntis
Tower in Switzerland
M. Azadifar, EPFL, Switzerland, D. Li , Nanjing University of Information
Science and Technology, China, M. Paolone, EPFL, Switzerland,
D. Pavanello, HES-SO, Switzerland, F. Rachidi, EPFL, Switzerland,
M. Rubinstein HES-SO, Switzerland

4.5 Lightning Waveforms Polarity Analysis in Different Frequency


Bands Detected Simultaneously
A. Leal, UFPA, J. Filho, UNICAMP, Brazil, B. Rocha, SIPAM, Brazil, J. S,
UEPA, Brazil, M. Lopes, SIPAM, Brazil

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

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5
Induced
Effects and
Distribution
Lines
Programme 6
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5 INDUCED EFFECTS AND DISTRIBUTION LINES


June 28 Morning session
11:00-12:45
Session chairs: Akihiro Ametani, Koji Michisita

5.1 Lightning Performance Improvement of 69 kV Overhead


Subtransmission Line by External Ground Wire in MEAs Power
System
A. Phayomhom, K. Supanus, MEA, Thailand, B. Ainsuk, Provincial
Electricity Authority, Thailand

5.2 Appropriate Grounding Distance of Overhead Ground Wire for


MEAs 24 kV Distribution Line Lightning Protection
P. Sestasombut, A. Phayomhom, MEA, Thailand

5.3 The Influence of Shield Wires on Lightning-Induced


Overvoltages on Overhead Lines
A. Piantini, University of So Paulo, Brazil

5.4 Case Analyses of Lightning-Caused Outages on the ERDF Power


Distribution System
S. Pdeboy, Mtorage, France, J.-L. Portebois, ERDF, France, G. Dutrey,
Mtorage, France

5.5 Influence of the Return Stroke Current Waveform on the


Lightning Performance of Distribution Lines
A. Borghetti, F. Napolitano, C. A. Nucci, F. Tossani, University of Bologna, Italy

12:45-14:00 Lunch

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6
Exploitation of
Data from LLS
Programme

6 EXPLOITATION OF DATA FROM LLS


June 28 Afternoon session
14:00-15:45
Session chairs: Marina Bernardi, Wolfgang Shulz

6.1 Implementation of a LLS Expert System in the Mexican Yucatan


Peninsula
C. Ramirez, CFE, Mxico, S. Sadovic, Sadovic Consultant, France, G.E.
Harper, CFE, Mxico

6.2 Minimum Inter-Stroke Time Between Consecutive Return Strokes


in a Flash Observed by The Japanese Lightning Detection Network
M. Matsui, Franklin Japan Co., Japan, K. Michishita, Shizuoka University, Japan

6.3 Lightning Location System Data from Wind Power Plants


Compared to Meteorological Conditions of Warm- and Cold
Thunderstorm Events
S. Vogel, Technical University, Denmark, J. Lopez, A. Garolera, S. F.
Madsen, Global Lightning Protection Services, Denmark, J. Holbll,
Technical University, Denmark

6.4 Lightning Activity Monitoring System on Mountain Lovcen,


Montenegro
A. Balota, D. Struji, FIT Podgorica, Montenegro, T. Sadovic, S. Sadovic,
Sadovic consultants, France, I. Uglesic, University of Zagreb, Croatia, H.
D. Betz, Nowcast, Germany

6.5 Lightning Current Measurement Compared to Data from the


Lightning Location System BLIDS
F. Heidler, University of the Armed Forces, Germany, W. Schulz, OVE-
ALDIS, Austria

6.6 The Issues of Standardized Risk and the Use of Lightning


Location Data
A. Gulys, I. Kiss, I. Berta, Budapest University of Technology and
Economics, Hungary

15:45-16:15 Coffee break


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Arresters
Programme 8
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7 ARRESTERS
June 28 Afternoon session
16:15-17:45
Session chairs: Alexander Nefedov, Bo Zhang

7.1 Development of Shield-Type Multi-Chamber Lightning Arrester


for 35kV OHL
G. Podporkin, E. Enkin, V. Zhitenev, R. Zainalov, V. Pilshchikov, D. Belko,
Streamer Electric Company, Russia

7.2 Energy Stresses of Transmission Line Surge Arresters Due to


Multicomponent Flashes
S. Grebovic, S. Pack, TU Graz, Austria

7.3 Investigation of MOA Simulation Models for Energy Absorption


Estimation Under Steep Impulse Currents
Yuwei He, Zhengcai Fu, Jian Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

7.4 Transmission Line Surge Arrester Application Waveform


Interpretation
A. F. Darbandi, Manitoba HVDC Research Centre, Canada, J. Schneider,
Complex Energy Solutions LLC, USA, N. Jayasekara, Manitoba Hydro,
Canada, D. Muthumuni, Manitoba HVDC Research Centre, Canada, W.
Chandrasena, Manitoba Hydro, Canada

7.5 Surge Arrester Condition Indicator


M. Petek, A. Jeraj, J. Hrastnik , Izoelektro d.o.o., Slovenia

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8
Lightning
Performance
of Overhead
Lines
Programme

8 LIGHTNING PERFORMANCE OF OVERHEAD LINES


June 29 Morning session
9:00-10:30
Session chairs: Pantelis N.Mikropoulos, Ivo Uglesic

8.1 Evaluation of the Lightning Performance of an Overhead


Multiconductor Transmission Line System
M. Brignone, F. Delfino, R. Procopio, M. Rossi, I. Bendato, R. Mosca,
University of Genoa, Italy, F. Rachidi, EPFL, Switzerland

8.2 Evaluation of Lightning Performances of 132 kV Overhead


Lines in Northern Italy: Comparison of Different LLS Data and
Lightning Parameters
F. Palone, M. Forteleoni , M. Marzinotto , M. Rebolini, Terna, Italy, M.
Bernardi, CESI, Italy, M. Maccioni, A. Geri, S. Lauria, Sapienza University
of Rome, Italy

8.3 MV Feeder BIL to Benefit Quality of Supply and Network


Performance in High Lightning Areas
W.J. Dirkse van Schalkwyk, Eskom Holdings SOC, South Africa, J.M. Van
Coller, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

8.4 Probabilistic Description of Different Soil Types Resistivity


M. Simes Alves, Maria Teresa Correia de Barros, IST-Universidade de
Lisboa, Portugal

8.5 Performance of the Line Surge Arresters of the 110 kV


Overhead Lines on the Island Bra
M. Mesi, S. Piliki, HOPS, Croatia, I. Uglei, B. Filipovi-Gri, B. Franc,
University of Zagreb, Croatia

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

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9
Protection
of Lines and
Grids
Programme

9 PROTECTION OF LINES AND GRIDS


June 29 Morning session
11:00-12:30
Session chairs: Antonio Ardito, Toshihisa Funabashi

9.1 Operating Experience, Calculation and Modernization of


Lightning Protection EHV Overhead Lines with Sections
Without Ground Wire
A Novikova, O. Shmarago, NIIPT, Russian Federation

9.2 Comparison of Transformer Models on a Practical Case of


Lightning Overvoltages
B. Jurisic, A. Xemard, O. Moreau, EDF R&D, France, I. Uglei, University of
Zagreb, Croatia, F. Paladian, S. Lallechere , University Blaise Pascal, France

9.3 Effect of Experiments in Lightning Impulse Laboratory on


Nearby Gas Pipeline
Bo Zhang, Jinliang He, Tsinghua University, China

9.4 Application of Lightning Locating System for Improvement of


Medium Voltage Power Systems Planning and Operation
D. Bago, JP Elektroprivreda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, I. Uglei, University
of Zagreb, Croatia, V. Milardi, University of Zagreb, Croatia, B. Franc,
University of Zagreb, Croatia, H. D. Betz, Nowcast GmbH, Germany

9.5 Lightning Protection in Japanese Smart Grids


T. Funabashi, Nagoya University, Japan, S. Sekioka, Shonan Institute of
Technology, Japan

June 29 Closing Session


12:30-13:00
Session chairs: Akihiro Ametani, Carlo Alberto Nucci, Georgi Podporkin

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General Information

VENUE AND DATES PRE-MEETING ROOMS


School of Engineering and Architecture Pre-meeting rooms will be available for
of the University of Bologna, in Viale authors, chairmen and reporters at the
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