Dynamic Estimation and Control of Power Systems coherently and concisely explains key concepts in a step by step manner, beginning with the fundamentals and building up to the latest developments of the field. Each chapter features examples to illustrate the main ideas, and effective research tools are presented for signal processing-based estimation of the dynamic states and subsequent control, both centralized and decentralized, as well as linear and nonlinear. Detailed mathematical proofs are included for readers who desire a deeper technical understanding of the methods.
This book is an ideal research reference for engineers and researchers working on monitoring and stability of modern grids, as well as postgraduate students studying these topics. It serves to deliver a clear understanding of the tools needed for estimation and control, while also acting as a basis for readers to further develop new and improved approaches in their own research.
- Offers the first concise, single resource on dynamic estimation and control of power systems- Provides both an understanding of estimation and control concepts and a comparison of results- Includes detailed case-studies, including MATLAB codes, to explain and demonstrate the concepts presented
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1. Introduction 2. Power System Modeling, Simulation, and Control Design 3. Centralized Dynamic Estimation and Control 4. Decentralized Dynamic Estimation Using PMUs 5. Dynamic Parameter Estimation of Analogue Voltage and Current Signals 6. Decentralized Dynamic Estimation Using CT/VTs 7. Control Based on Dynamic Estimation: Linear and Nonlinear Theories 8. Decentralized Linear Control Using DSE and ELQR 9. Decentralized Nonlinear Control Using DSE & Normal Forms 10. Conclusion A. Description of the 16-Machine, 68-Bus, 5-Area Test System B. Dynamic State Estimation Plots for Unit 3and Unit 9 C. Level-2S-Function Used in Integrated ELQR
Dr. Abhinav Kumar Singh is a lecturer of Power Systems at the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton. He received his PhD from ICL in 2015. He is a recipient of the prestigious EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship and IEEE Power and Energy Society Working Group Award for his contributions to power system modeling, estimation and control. Dr. Singh is a Member of IEEE and in this capacity has contributed to two Task Force reports, chaired sessions and presented tutorials.
Dr. Bikash Pal is Professor of Power Systems at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, London. He is research active in dynamics, stability, estimation and control of power system dominated by renewable generations. At Imperial College London, he teaches various power system courses at the graduate and post graduate level