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Conference Paper: Global stability control of power systems

TitleGlobal stability control of power systems
Authors
KeywordsAdaptive Control
Small Signal Stability
Transient Stability
Voltage Stability
Issue Date2005
Citation
Ifac Proceedings Volumes (Ifac-Papersonline), 2005, v. 16, p. 73-78 How to Cite?
AbstractThis paper introduces an adaptive coordination scheme to optimally enhance the transient stability, voltage security and frequency damping of a power system network by scheduling the parameters of the available controllers. A set of real-time stability indicators are used to reflect the power system stabilities. The relative significances of a group of controllers to the power system are used as a reference to schedule new controller parameters. This scheme effectively allocates power system resources to handle different stability issues in different time frames. The results suggest that power system security can be further enhanced by means of coordinated control. Copyright © 2005 IFAC.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/169825
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dc.description.abstractThis paper introduces an adaptive coordination scheme to optimally enhance the transient stability, voltage security and frequency damping of a power system network by scheduling the parameters of the available controllers. A set of real-time stability indicators are used to reflect the power system stabilities. The relative significances of a group of controllers to the power system are used as a reference to schedule new controller parameters. This scheme effectively allocates power system resources to handle different stability issues in different time frames. The results suggest that power system security can be further enhanced by means of coordinated control. Copyright © 2005 IFAC.en_US
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dc.subjectAdaptive Controlen_US
dc.subjectSmall Signal Stabilityen_US
dc.subjectTransient Stabilityen_US
dc.subjectVoltage Stabilityen_US
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