Wide-Area Measurement Based Stabilizing Control of Large Power Systems — A Decentralized / Hierarchical Approach

@inproceedings{Kamwa2001WideAreaMB,
  title={Wide-Area Measurement Based Stabilizing Control of Large Power Systems — A Decentralized / Hierarchical Approach},
  author={Innocent Kamwa and Robert O. Grondin and Yves H{\'e}bert},
  year={2001}
}
The aim of this paper is to assess the capability of the emerging synchronized phasor measurement technology in improving the overall stability of the Hydro-Quebec’s transmission system through supplementary modulation of voltage regulators. Following a thorough singular value and eigenvalue analysis of the system dynamic interactions, five control sites consisting of four generators and one synchronous condenser are chosen to implement new power system stabilizers with a supplementary input… CONTINUE READING
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