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Phasor Measurement Sensor-Based Angular Stability Retention System for Smart Power Grids With High Penetration of Microgrids

Phasor Measurement Sensor-Based Angular Stability Retention System for Smart Power Grids With High Penetration of Microgrids Phasor Measurement Sensor-Based Angular Stability Retention System for Smart Power Grids With High Penetration of Microgrids   Abstract— Emerging phasor measurement sensor (PMS) technology is revolutionizing conventional power grids to smart power grids (SPGs). This also paves the way for deregulations in energy market and wide area infusion of distributed energy-based systems like microgrids (MGs). Advanced energy management of MGs for better consumer gratification may pose severe…

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A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment

A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment   Abstract— In this paper a risk-based security assessment (RBSA) methodology is presented which allows the assessment of operational security of a power system’s future state under uncertainty deriving from varying topology scenarios (contingencies) and forecast errors (loads and renewable infeeds). The methodology models input uncertainty with a copula function based Monte-Carlo (MC) framework. Further, it provides…

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Interfacing Power System and ICT Simulators: Challenges, State-of-the-Art and Case Studies

Interfacing Power System and ICT Simulators: Challenges, State-of-the-Art and Case Studies Interfacing Power System and ICT Simulators: Challenges, State-of-the-Art and Case Studies   Abstract— With the transition towards a smart grid, the power system has become strongly intertwined with the information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure. The interdependency of both domains requires a combined analysis of physical and ICT processes, but simulating these together is a major challenge due to the fundamentally different modeling and simulation concepts. After outlining these challenges, such as…

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A Reliability Assessment Approach For Integrated Transportation and Electrical Power Systems Incorporating Electric Vehicles

A Reliability Assessment Approach For Integrated Transportation and Electrical Power Systems Incorporating Electric Vehicles A Reliability Assessment Approach For Integrated Transportation and Electrical Power Systems Incorporating Electric Vehicles   Abstract— With the increasing utilization of electric vehicles (EVs), transportation systems and electrical power systems are becoming increasingly coupled. However, the interaction between these two kinds of systems are not well captured, especially from the perspective of transportation systems. This paper studies the reliability of integrated transportation and electrical power system (ITES). A bidirectional…

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Coordinated Design and Application of Robust Damping Controllers for Shunt FACTS Devices to Enhance Small-signal Stability of Large-scale Power Systems

Coordinated Design and Application of Robust Damping Controllers for Shunt FACTS Devices to Enhance Small-signal Stability of Large-scale Power Systems Coordinated Design and Application of Robust Damping Controllers for Shunt FACTS Devices to Enhance Small-signal Stability of Large-scale Power Systems   Abstract— This paper presents a robust and coordinated supplementary damping controller design of multiple reactive FACTS controllers and their application in a large-scale power system. Reactive FACTS devices, such as static synchronous compensators (STATCOM) and static VAR compensators (SVC), are considered and…

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Power Flow Controller Design for Planning Stage Railway Systems

Power Flow Controller Design for Planning Stage Railway Systems Power Flow Controller Design for Planning Stage Railway Systems   Abstract— This paper gives the fundamental aspects of a power distribution scheme on railway power flow controller (RPFC) for the grid connection compatibility improvement in planning stage railway power system (RPS) via neatly adjusting the value and rotation direction of the primary three-phase current phasors for every given power factor and random load point. This method not only leads RPS to satisfy the relevant…

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Improving power system stability in the presence of wind farms using STATCOM and predictive control strategy

Improving power system stability in the presence of wind farms using STATCOM and predictive control strategy Improving power system stability in the presence of wind farms using STATCOM and predictive control strategy   Abstract: In this study, a multi-objective predictive control strategy is presented for the stability improvement of a power system in the presence of wind farms and STATCOM. The main contribution of this study is in the multi-objective consideration for controlling the active and reactive powers of the rotor-side converter in…

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High-impedance fault detection in electrical power distribution systems using moving sum approach

High-impedance fault detection in electrical power distribution systems using moving sum approach High-impedance fault detection in electrical power distribution systems using moving sum approach   Abstract: High-impedance faults (HIFs) in electrical power distribution systems produce a very random, non-linear and low-magnitude fault current.nventional. the CoTovercurrent (OC) relaying-based distribution system protection schemes find difficulty in detecting such low-current HIFs. In this study, a simple two criteria-based protection scheme is proposed for detection and isolation of HIFs in multi-feeder radial distribution systems. It utilises one-cycle…

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Parameter tuning of the PLL to consider the effect on power system small-signal angular stability

Parameter tuning of the PLL to consider the effect on power system small-signal angular stability Parameter tuning of the PLL to consider the effect on power system small-signal angular stability   Abstract: A phase locked loop (PLL) tracks the phase of the terminal voltage of a grid-connected permanent magnetic synchronous generator (PMSG) for wind power generation. Phase tracking by the PLL is used by the vector control for the grid connection of the PMSG. This study investigates the impact of phase-tracking performance of…

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Modeling, Simulation, and Testing of Switching Surge Transients in Rapid Transit Vehicles DC Power Systems

Modeling, Simulation, and Testing of Switching Surge Transients in Rapid Transit Vehicles DC Power Systems Modeling, Simulation, and Testing of Switching Surge Transients in Rapid Transit Vehicles DC Power Systems Abstract— During the operation of dc rapid transit systems, the rail passenger vehicles are subjected to surge transient events that can damage the on-board equipment, and cause service interruption. During the testing phase, vehicle manufacturers must demonstrate the performance of the vehicles under the specified transients. However, system testing is generally not available…

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