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|Title:||Application of a Novel Stability Control System for Coordination of Power Flow Control Devices in the Future GB Transmission System|
|Keywords:||Science & Technology;Technology;Energy & Fuels;Engineering, Electrical & Electronic;Engineering;Sampled Regulator;Stability Control and HVDC link|
|Citation:||2014 IEEE PES GENERAL MEETING - CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION, 2014, pp. ? -?(5)|
|Abstract:||With increasing large-scale renewable energy sources in the UK and the need for adequate transmission capacity to accommodate the upcoming renewable generations, more state-of-the-art power flow control devices such as embedded High Voltage DC (HVDC) links will soon be commissioned in the GB HV transmission system to provide the additional capacity. An operational stability control system is required to ensure the coordinated control of power flow control devices in order to achieve better dynamic performance and stability. The focus of this paper is to demonstrate the capability of a multi-variable controller for the coordinated control using a non-parametric sampled regulator control design method. This method is practical for applications in large power systems since the complexity of the controller design does not increase with the size and dynamic of the power system. Also, this design method is demonstrated in two power system applications in this paper.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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