Research on Factors and Deployment Strategy of Grid Wildfire Disaster in Hunan province of China
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- Grid; Wildfire disaster; Factors; Deployment strategy
Most long-distance inter-regional power transmission grid lines are in unattended forest zone. In recent years, China's forest coverage has improved a lot which provide a lot of combustible material for the outbreak of the wildfire. Under the influence of global warming and other climatic anomalies factors, it leads to fire weather appears with increasing frequency which high temperature, low humidity, persistent drought and wind speed. With the electrification standards of production and living becoming higher and higher, the construction scale of the power grid is increasing. There are more and more regional transmission line trip and blackouts accidents caused by wildfire disasters. This paper analyzed the evolution mechanism of grid wildfire disaster. From three factors of geographical and climatic factors, combustible material factors and ignition sources factors, this paper qualitative and quantitative analyzed the Grid wildfire disaster impact factors, and proposed some wildfire disaster deployment strategy before the disaster, during the disaster and after the disaster. It helps prevent and reasonable response the grid wildfire disaster, and provide reasonable reference for grid security and operation and maintenance.
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TY - CONF AU - Yashan Zhong AU - Dongxiao Niu PY - 2016/02 DA - 2016/02 TI - Research on Factors and Deployment Strategy of Grid Wildfire Disaster in Hunan province of China BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Electronics, Mechanics, Culture and Medicine PB - Atlantis Press SP - 17 EP - 20 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-15.2016.4 DO - 10.2991/emcm-15.2016.4 ID - Zhong2016/02 ER -