Wide-Area Control Resiliency Using Redundant Communication Paths

@article{Zhang2014WideAreaCR,
  title={Wide-Area Control Resiliency Using Redundant Communication Paths},
  author={Song Zhang and Vijay Vittal},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={2189-2199}
}
With significant investment made in the U.S. in deploying synchrophasor measurement technology, more wide-area measurements will be available and controls based on these signals are likely to be adopted. Communication systems play a critical role in interactive grid control as an indispensable medium to transmit wide-area measurements; however, they are vulnerable to disruptions leading to the risk of destabilizing power systems. This work addresses a critical issue related to engineering… CONTINUE READING
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