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Measurement and Simulation of Wide-area Frequency in US Eastern Interconnected Power System
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 Title & Authors
Measurement and Simulation of Wide-area Frequency in US Eastern Interconnected Power System
Kook, Kyung Soo; Liu, Yilu;
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 Abstract
An internet-based, real-time GPS synchronized wide-area power system frequency monitoring network(FNET) has been monitoring wide-area power system frequency in continuous time in the United States. This paper analyzes the FNET measurement to the verified disturbances in the US eastern interconnected power system and simulates it using the dynamic system model. By comparing the frequency measurements with its simulation results to the same disturbances in detail, this paper finds that the sequence of monitoring points to detect the frequency fluctuation caused by the disturbances is matched well in the measured data and the simulation results. The similarity comparison index is also proposed to quantify the similarity of the compared cases. The dynamic model based simulation result is expected to compensate for the lack of FNET measurement in its applications.
 Keywords
Wide-area power system frequency;Internet based real-time GPS synchronized wide area Frequency Monitoring Network(FNET);System disturbance;Frequency Disturbance Recorder(FDR);Power system simulation;Detection sequence;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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