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Voltage coordination via communication in large-scale multi-area power systems: part II: simulation results

Mohammad Moradzadeh (UGent) and René Boel (UGent)
(2012) Advanced Materials Research. 430-440. p.7183-7189
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This two-part paper deals with the coordination of the control actions in a network of many interacting components, where each component is controlled by independent control agents. As a case study we consider voltage control in large electric power systems where ever-increasing pressures from the liberalization and globalization of the electricity market has led to partitioning the power system into multiple areas each operated by an independent Transmission System Operator (TSO). Coordination of local control actions taken by those TSOs is a very challenging problem as poorly coordinated operation of TSOs may endanger the power system security by increasing the risk of blackouts. This second part of the paper presents simulation results on a 12-bus 3-area test system, using the distributed model predictive control paradigm in order to design a coordinating model-based feedback controller. Coordination requires that each agent has some information on what the future evolution of its power flows to and from its neighbors will be. It will be shown that how the communication between agents can avoid voltage collapse in circumstances where classical uncoordinated controllers fail.
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voltage control, large-scale multi-area power system, abstraction, optimization, Coordination

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MLA
Moradzadeh, Mohammad, and René Boel. “Voltage Coordination via Communication in Large-scale Multi-area Power Systems: Part II: Simulation Results.” Advanced Materials Research. Ed. CS Zhang . Vol. 430–440. Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Inst Elect, 2012. 7183–7189. Print.
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Moradzadeh, M., & Boel, R. (2012). Voltage coordination via communication in large-scale multi-area power systems: part II: simulation results. In CS Zhang (Ed.), Advanced Materials Research (Vol. 430–440, pp. 7183–7189). Presented at the International Conference on Materials Science and Information Technology (MSIT 2011), Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Inst Elect.
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Moradzadeh, Mohammad, and René Boel. 2012. “Voltage Coordination via Communication in Large-scale Multi-area Power Systems: Part II: Simulation Results.” In Advanced Materials Research, ed. CS Zhang , 430-440:7183–7189. Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Inst Elect.
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Moradzadeh, Mohammad, and René Boel. 2012. “Voltage Coordination via Communication in Large-scale Multi-area Power Systems: Part II: Simulation Results.” In Advanced Materials Research, ed. CS Zhang , 430-440:7183–7189. Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Inst Elect.
Vancouver
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Moradzadeh M, Boel R. Voltage coordination via communication in large-scale multi-area power systems: part II: simulation results. In: Zhang C, editor. Advanced Materials Research. Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Inst Elect; 2012. p. 7183–9.
IEEE
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M. Moradzadeh and R. Boel, “Voltage coordination via communication in large-scale multi-area power systems: part II: simulation results,” in Advanced Materials Research, Singapore, Singapore, 2012, vol. 430–440, pp. 7183–7189.
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  abstract     = {This two-part paper deals with the coordination of the control actions in a network of many interacting components, where each component is controlled by independent control agents. As a case study we consider voltage control in large electric power systems where ever-increasing pressures from the liberalization and globalization of the electricity market has led to partitioning the power system into multiple areas each operated by an independent Transmission System Operator (TSO). Coordination of local control actions taken by those TSOs is a very challenging problem as poorly coordinated operation of TSOs may endanger the power system security by increasing the risk of blackouts. This second part of the paper presents simulation results on a 12-bus 3-area test system, using the distributed model predictive control paradigm in order to design a coordinating model-based feedback controller. Coordination requires that each agent has some information on what the future evolution of its power flows to and from its neighbors will be. It will be shown that how the communication between agents can avoid voltage collapse in circumstances where classical uncoordinated controllers fail.},
  author       = {Moradzadeh, Mohammad and Boel, René},
  booktitle    = {Advanced Materials Research},
  editor       = {Zhang , CS },
  isbn         = {9783037853191},
  issn         = {1022-6680},
  keywords     = {voltage control,large-scale multi-area power system,abstraction,optimization,Coordination},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Singapore, Singapore},
  pages        = {7183--7189},
  publisher    = {Singapore Inst Elect},
  title        = {Voltage coordination via communication in large-scale multi-area power systems: part II: simulation results},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.433-440.7183},
  volume       = {430-440},
  year         = {2012},
}

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