This guide applies to digital twin modeling and analysis based on spatial-temporal data from power transformer instrumentation and processes. It covers deployment of data acquisition equipment, management of data, correlation of information-oriented architecture in the digital twin model, data processing to the digital model, and application services concerning the power transformer. This document specifically focuses on the spatial-temporal data structure, the unified characterization of virtual entities, the extraction of high-dimensional statistical Indicators, and the construction of digital twin substation automation index systems.
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- IEEE Power and Energy Society
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- PE/TR - Transformers
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PwrTrans/C57.145WG - Power Transformers -Working Group for PC57.145 - Digital Twin for Power Equipment (DTPE)
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- Meng Zhao
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- jiayu wang
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