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    Title: 先進讀表基礎建設之建置風險評估
    Authors: 黃佳文;王念中;林素真;陳裕清;林蒼喬;蘇俊連;沈正杰;盧展南
    Contributors: 電機工程系
    Keywords: 先進讀表基礎建設;成本效益分析;不確定性;風險 評估
    Advanced metering infrastructure;cost benefit analysis;uncertainty;risk assessment
    Date: 2010-12-03
    Issue Date: 2010-12-16 12:15:22 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 台南縣:崑山科技大學
    Abstract: 因用戶數量龐大,低壓用戶先進讀表基礎建設(Advanced
    Meter Infrastructure, AMI)系統之建置,需要大量的投資成本,
    Due to huge investment costs required, cost-benefit analysis is an important and essential task before the decision of advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) system deployment. Since many parameters are need to be assumed in the analyses, different assumptions could cause variations in analysis results. In order to obtain reliable analysis results, uncertainties of critical parameters should be considered in the cost-benefit analysis for minimizing deployment risks. This paper describes possible benefits and risks of AMI system deployment and proposes a methodology for risk assessments. A practical AMI system planned for deploying in the Taiwan power system is used in this study. Results of risk analyses that consider possible variations in parameter assumptions in the cost-benefit analysis are presented and discussed.
    Relation: 第31屆電力工程研討會
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2010第卅一屆電力工程研討會

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