TY - JOUR

T1 - Voltage stability preventive control using VMPI sensitivities

AU - Kataoka, Yoshifumi

AU - Watanabe, Masato

AU - Sakaeda, Shingo

AU - Iwamoto, Shinichi

PY - 2008

Y1 - 2008

N2 - In power systems the proper voltage ranges are predetermined in the individual voltage classes. In order to maintain the proper voltage ranges, we propose the voltage stability index VMPI (Voltage Margin Proximity Index) in this paper which defines voltage stability from the point of view of voltage magnitude limits. Many conventional papers dealing with voltage stability preventive control use control devices which take continuous values e.g. static var compensators, whereas actual power systems mainly utilize voltage control devices which take discrete values. Hence, in this paper, we propose a voltage stability preventive control using VMPI sensitivities in order to control devices which take discrete values. We generally require speed for preventive controls in order to use it on-line, however VMPI takes time due to running optimal power flow calculations. Consequently, we propose a practical voltage stability preventive control using the calculation with initial estimates of control devices and estimation of VMPI sensitivities, which require less calculation time. Simulations are run using the IEEJ west 30 machine 115 bus system to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.

AB - In power systems the proper voltage ranges are predetermined in the individual voltage classes. In order to maintain the proper voltage ranges, we propose the voltage stability index VMPI (Voltage Margin Proximity Index) in this paper which defines voltage stability from the point of view of voltage magnitude limits. Many conventional papers dealing with voltage stability preventive control use control devices which take continuous values e.g. static var compensators, whereas actual power systems mainly utilize voltage control devices which take discrete values. Hence, in this paper, we propose a voltage stability preventive control using VMPI sensitivities in order to control devices which take discrete values. We generally require speed for preventive controls in order to use it on-line, however VMPI takes time due to running optimal power flow calculations. Consequently, we propose a practical voltage stability preventive control using the calculation with initial estimates of control devices and estimation of VMPI sensitivities, which require less calculation time. Simulations are run using the IEEJ west 30 machine 115 bus system to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.

KW - Power system

KW - Preventive control

KW - Proper voltage range

KW - VMPI sensitivity

KW - Voltage stability index VMPI

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U2 - 10.1541/ieejpes.128.1320

DO - 10.1541/ieejpes.128.1320

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:72549091662

VL - 128

JO - IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy

JF - IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy

SN - 0385-4213

IS - 11

ER -