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Coordinated Control Strategy for Power Systems with Wind Farms Integration Based on Phase-plane Trajectory

  • Zeng, Yuan;Yang, Yang;Qin, Chao;Chang, Jiangtao;Zhang, Jian;Tu, Jingzhe
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.20-29
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    • 2018
  • The dynamic characteristics of power systems become more and more complex because of the integration of large-scale wind power, which needs appropriate control strategy to guarantee stable operation. With wide area measurement system(WAMS) creating conditions for realizing realt-ime transient stability analysis, a new coordinated control strategy for power system transient stability control based on phase-plane trajectory was proposed. When the outputs of the wind farms change, the proposed control method is capable of selecting optimal generators to balance the deviation of wind power and prevent transient instability. With small disturbance on the base operating point, the coordinated sensitivity of each synchronous generator is obtained. Then the priority matrix can be formed by sorting the coordinated sensitivity in ascending order. Based on the real-time output change of wind farm, coordinated generators can be selected to accomplish the coordinated control with wind farms. The results in New England 10-genrator 39-bus system validate the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed coordinated control strategy.

Coordinated Control of the Under Load Tap Changer (ULTC의 협조제어)

  • 이송근
    • The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers A
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    • v.52 no.9
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    • pp.500-505
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    • 2003
  • The target of the ULTC(Under Load Tap Changer) control purpose is to minimize the operation number of the tap of the ULTC doing the error voltage which is the difference between the measured bus voltage End the reference bus voltage of the receiving end becomes less than the tolerance limits. The existing ULTC control method controls each ULTC considering only its bus voltage of the receiving end. However, this method did not cons der the coordinated control of the ULTCs of the system. In this paper, I proposed a coordinated control of the ULTC in :he loop power system using the Jacobian matrix. To show the validity of the proposed method, I made simulations for three cases: no action of the ULTC, the control of the ULTC by the existing control method, and the control of the ULTC by the coordinated control among the ULTCs of the system. The simulation result shows that the proposed method has more improvement of the operation of the ULTC than other methods.

Installation of MFC(Multiple FACTS Coordinated control) On-line System for the Spinning Reserve of a Reactive Power in Metropolitan Area (수도권 순동 무효전력 확보를 위한 FACTS 협조제어 시스템 온라인 설치)

  • Chang, Byung-Hoon;Moon, Seung-Pil;Ha, Yong-Gu;Jeon, Woong-Jae
    • The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
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    • v.59 no.12
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    • pp.2131-2134
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    • 2010
  • In this paper, the on-line system schemes for coordinated control system of multiple FACTS were presented to enhance the voltage stability around the metropolitan areas. In order to coordinated control system of FACTS devices, MFC on-line system calculates the optimal set point(Vref, Qrev) of FACTS devices using the coordinated control algorithm with real time network data which is transferred from SCADA/EMS system. If the system is unstable after contingencies, the new operation set-point of FACTS would be determined using bus sensitivity from tangent vector at voltage instability point. Otherwise, we would determine the new operation set-point of FACTS for considering economical operation, like as active power loss minimization using Optimal Power Flow algorithm. As the test, MFC(Multiple FACTS Coordinated control) on-line system will be installed in Korea power system.

Design of Coordinated Frequency Control Strategy applied to EDLC and BESSs for Microgrid in the Islanded Mode (독립운전 모드의 마이크로그리드에서 EDLC와 BESS의 주파수 협조제어전략 설계)

  • Yoo, Hyeong-Jun;Kim, Hak-Man
    • The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
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    • v.63 no.6
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    • pp.820-827
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    • 2014
  • Since a microgrid has renewable energy sources, imbalance between power supply and power demand occurs in the islanded mode. In order to solve the imbalance, several energy storage systems (ESSs) such as bettary energy storage system (BESS), EDLC (electric double layer capacitor), flywheel, and SMES (superconducting magnetic energy storage) are generally used. Especially, their electrical characteristics are different. For efficient use of them, a coordinated control scheme is required. In this paper, a coordinated control scheme for using a Lead-acid BESS, a Lithium BESS, and a EDLC is designed to efficient frequency control for a microgrid in the islanded mode. The coordinated frequency control strategy is designed based on their electrical characteristics. The feasibility of the proposed coordinated frequency control strategy is verified through the simulation.

Power Distribution and Coordinated Control for a Power Split Hybrid Electric Bus

  • Wang, Feng;Zhong, Hu;Ma, Zi-Lin;Mao, Xiao-Jian;Zhuo, Bin
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.3 no.4
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    • pp.593-598
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    • 2008
  • The power distribution is proposed to determine the target operating points of the system components as the basis for maximal the efficiency of the overall system for a power split dual electric machine hybrid electric bus. The coordinated control is constructed on the basis of the power distribution. The basic coordinated control is implemented to satisfy the driver's power demand, in which both the dynamic characteristics of the engine and the dual electric machine are explicitly taken into account. Moreover, the improved coordinated control is suggested to suppress engine dynamic operation and rich fuel injection.

Supplementary Control of Conventional Coordinated Control for 1000 MW Ultra-supercritical Thermal Power Plant using Dynamic Matrix Control

  • Lee, Youngjun;Yoo, Euiyeon;Lee, Taehyun;Moon, Un-Chul
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.97-104
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    • 2018
  • This paper proposes supplementary control of conventional coordinated control of a power plant which directly affects network frequency. The supplementary control with dynamic matrix control is applied for 1000 MW power plant with ultra-supercritical (USC) once-through boiler. The supplementary control signal is added to the boiler feedforward signal in the existing coordinated control logic. Therefore, it is a very practical structure that can maintain the existing multi-loop control system. This supplementary controller uses the step response model for the power plant system, and on-line optimization is performed at every sampling step. The simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed supplementary control in a wide operating range of a practical 1000 MW USC power plant simulator. These results can contribute the stable operation of power system frequency.

Coordinated State-of-Charge Control Strategy for Microgrid during Islanded Operation

  • Kim, Jong-Yul;Jeon, Jin-Hong;Kim, Seul-Ki
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.7 no.6
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    • pp.824-833
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    • 2012
  • In this paper, a coordinated state-of-charge (SOC) control strategy for the energy storage system (ESS) operating under microgrid islanded mode to stabilize the frequency and voltage was proposed. The proposed SOC control loop is made up of PI controller, which uses a SOC state of the energy storage system as an input and an auxiliary reference value of secondary control as an output. The SOC controller changes the auxiliary reference value of secondary control to charge or discharge the ESS. To verify the proposed control strategy, PSCAD/EMTDC simulation study was performed. The simulation results show that the SOC of the ESS can be regulated at the desired operating range without degrading the stabilizing control performance by proposed coordinated SOC control method.

Coordinated Control of ULTC and SVC Using a new control model of ULTC (새로운 ULTC 제어모델을 이용한 ULTC와 SVC의 협조제어)

  • Lee, Song-Keun
    • Proceedings of the KIEE Conference
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    • pp.230-232
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    • 2000
  • To improve the voltage profile of the load bus, it is important that the coordinated controls among the reactive power compensators at the distribution substation. However, the conventional control scheme of the Under Load Tap Changer (ULTC) is not proper for coordinate control with Static Var Compensator (SVC). This paper proposes a new control model for ULTC and a new coordinated control scheme between ULTC and SVC. The numerical simulation verifies that the proposed system could improve the voltage profile on the load bus and could decrease the number of ULTC tap operation.

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Coordinated Control of SVC and ULTC Considering Reactive Power Compensation Margin (무효전력 보상여유를 고려한 SVC와 ULTC의 협조제어)

  • Moon, Kyeong-Seob;Son, Kwang-Myoung;Lee, Tae-Gi;Lee, Song-Keun;Park, Jong-Keun
    • The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers A
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    • v.48 no.4
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    • pp.351-357
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    • 1999
  • This paper proposes the coordinated control of SVC and UTLC at the distribution substation to get larger operating margin of SVC for the voltage stability control by reactive power compensation. In the conventional method, ULTC doesn't respond to the variation of source voltage, so SVC has the entire responsibility for it. It could cause the lack of operating margin of SVC in some condition. It, however, is important to secure an operating margin for the dynamic stability control in emergancy. This paper proposes the coordinated control method that SVC controls the supply voltage and ULTC respond to the SVC compensation valve based on the relation between SVC compensation and ULTC tap position. The numerical simulation verifies that the proposed system could increase the operating margin of SVC compared with the conventional system.

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Development of Countermeasure for Improving the Power Quality using Coordinated Control of BESS on Electric Vehicle connected System (전기 자동차 계통 연계 시 BESS의 협조제어를 이용한 전력품질 향상 대책 개발)

  • Lee, Soon-Jeong;Kim, Sang-Won;Kim, Jun-Hyeok;Kim, Chul-Hwan
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
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    • v.29 no.6
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    • pp.63-69
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    • 2015
  • Energy Storage Systems (ESSs) are essential in the future power systems because they can improve power usage efficiency. In this paper, we propose the countermeasure for improving the power quality using coordinated control of BESS(Battery Energy Storage System) on EV connected system. To verify the performance of proposed scheme, we simulate on the actual power system of KEPCO and compare the results of voltage variation, frequency variation, and load factor with those of uncoordinated control. From the simulation results, we confirm that frequency and voltage deviation are significantly reduced with proposed coordinated control of BESS.