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Title: Dynamic stability improvement via coordination of static var compensator and power system stabilizer control actions
Authors: Al-Biati, M.A.
El-Kady, M.A.
Al-Ohaly, A.A.
Keywords: Algorithms; Comparator circuits; Damping; Electric load dispatching; Electric load distribution; Electric load forecasting; Oscillations; Power control; Sensitivity analysis; System stability
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: Electric Power Systems Research Volume 58, Issue 1, 21 May 2001, Pages 37-44
Abstract: Power system controllers such as the static var compensators and the power system stabilizers are receiving a wide interest since many technical studies have proven their effects on damping system oscillations and stability enhancement. This paper is mainly concerned with coordinating the control actions of static var compensators and power system stabilizers to achieve improved dynamic performance of the power system using the newly developed concept of 'domains of influence'. Novel sensitivity-based algorithms are presented for the purpose of effectively identifying the domains of influence of various control parameters on critical dynamic system modes. Applications to the Saudi Consolidated Electric Company (SCECO) power system show that significant improvement in power network stability can be achieved via coordinating the control actions of both static var compensator and power system stabilizer instead of using them individually in an uncoordinated manner. © 2001 Elsevier Science B.V.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12772
ISSN: 03787796
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