Power System Monitoring and Control. Wiley – IEEE

  • ID: 2586500
  • Book
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Power System Monitoring and Control (PSMC) is becoming increasingly significant in the design, planning, and operation of modern electric power systems. In response to the existing challenge of integrating advanced metering, computation, communication, and control into appropriate levels of PSMC,Power System Monitoring and Control presents a comprehensive overview of the basic principles and key technologies for the monitoring, protection, and control of contemporary wide–area power systems. A variety of topical issues are addressed, including renewable energy sources, smart grids, wide–area stabilizing, coordinated voltage regulation, and angle oscillation damping as well as the advantages of phasor measurement units (PMUs) and global positioning systems (GPS) time signal. End–of–chapter problems and solutions, along with case studies, add depth and clarity to all topics. Timely and important,Power System Monitoring and Control is an invaluable resource for addressing the myriad of critical technical engineering considerations in modern electric power system design and operation.
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1 An Introduction on Power System Monitoring

1.1 Synchronized Phasor Measurement

1.2 Power System Monitoring and Control with Wide Area Measurements

1.3 ICT architecture used in Wide Area Power System Monitoring and Control

1.4 Summary


2 Oscillation Dynamics Analysis Based on Phasor Measurements

2.1 Oscillation Characteristics in Power Systems

2.2 An Overview on the Oscillation Monitoring Using Phasor Measurements

2.3 WAMS–based Inter–Area Mode Identification

2.4 Low Frequency Oscillation Dynamics

2.5 Summary


3 Small–Signal Stability Assessment

3.1 Power System Small–signal Stability

3.2 Oscillation Model Identification Using Phasor Measurements

3.3 Small–signal Stability Assessment of Wide Area Power System

3.4 Summary


4 Graphical tools for Stability and Security Assessment

4.1 Importance of Graphical tools in WAMC

4.2 Angle–Voltage Deviation Graph

4.3 Simulation Results

4.4 Voltage–Frequency Deviation Graph

4.5 Frequency–Angle Deviation Graph

4.6 Electromechanical Wave Propagation Graph

4.7 Summary


5 Power System Control: Fundamentals and New Perspectives

5.1 Power System Stability and Control

5.2 Angle and Voltage Control

5.3 Frequency Control

5.4 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)

5.5 Challenges, Opportunities and New Perspectives

5.6 Summary


6 Wide–Area Measurement–based Power System Controller Design

6.1 Measurement–based Controller Design

6.2 Controller Tuning Using Vibration Model

6.3 Wide–Area Measurement–based Controller Design

6.4 Summary


7 Coordinated Dynamic Stability and Voltage Regulation

7.1 Need for AVR–PSS Coordination

7.2 A Survey on the Recent Achievements

7.3 A Robust Simultaneous AVR–PSS Synthesis Approach

7.4 A Wide–Area Measurement–based Coordination Approach

7.5 Intelligent AVR and PSS Coordination Design

7.6 Summary


8 Wide–Area Measurement–based  Emergency Control

8.1 Conventional Load Shedding and New Challenges

8.2 Need for Monitoring Both Voltage and Frequency

8.3 Simultaneous Voltage and Frequency–based LS

8.4 Wave Propagation–based Emergency Control

8.5 Summary


9 Microgrid Control: Concepts and Classification

9.1 Microgrids

9.2 Microgrid Control

9.3 Local Controls

9.4 Secondary Controls

9.5 Global Controls

9.6 Central/Emergency Controls

9.7 Summary


10 Microgrid Control: Synthesis Examples

10.1 Local Control Synthesis

10.2 Secondary Control Synthesis

10.3 Global Control Synthesis

10.4 Emergency Control Synthesis

10.5 Summary


Appendix A

Appendix B

Appendix C


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Hassan Bevrani is a Professor at the University of Kurdistan, and a Visiting Professor at the Kyushu Institute, Japan.

Masayuki Watanabe is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan.

Yasunori Mitani is a Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Head of Green Innovation Education & Research Center at Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan.

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