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A Study on the Frequency Bias Setting of the AGC based on Frequency Response in Korea
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A Study on the Frequency Bias Setting of the AGC based on Frequency Response in Korea
Kang, Bo-Ram; Kwon, Han-Na; Kook, Kyung-Soo;
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 Abstract
This paper presents Frequency Bias setting for the adequate AGC(Automatic Generator Control) operation based on the frequency response of power system in Korea. AGC frequency control recovers the frequency up to 60Hz following a primary control when the frequency suddenly drops due to a fault in power system. AGC can compensate an appropriate amount of generation by calculating ACE(Are Control Error) from the frequency deviation with the AGC frequency bias set from the actual frequency response in power systems. An appropriateness of the proposed AGC bias setting is verified through case studies employing the simulation model.
 Keywords
Frequency bias;AGC(Automatic Generator Control);Power system frequency;
 Language
Korean
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