Enhancement of Reliability of Process Power Plant by Connecting SVC in Generator Bus during Grid Fault

Utpal Goswami, Dr.Pradip Kumar Sadhu, Dr. Suprava Chakraborty

Abstract


Fault clearing time plays an important role in maintaining power system stability and process survivability during major system
faults under a variety of system configuration and topologies. Grid disturbance in the power system presents a very distinct
challenge; lack of a utility interconnection hinders the system’s ability to recover from loss of generation. The key factor in plant
survivability during a grid fault is optimal use of a fast acting governor and a Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System
device (FACTS) to maintain power system stability. In this paper, the core objective is to increase the critical fault clearing time
of captive generator sets during a grid fault without violating the transient stability criteria recommended in IEC standards. As
a remedial measure, a static VAR Compensator (SVC) was connected to the generator bus. For simulation purposes an IEEE
General Steam-Turbine (STM) governor model and an IEEE AC5A excitation model were considered. During a grid fault the
transient performance of captive generator sets was observed with and without connecting SVC in generator bus.


Full Text:

PDF

References


Evaluation of the effect of legislative instruments and other community

policies on the development of the contribution of renewable energy

sources in the eu and proposals for concrete actions, European commission

report, Commission Of The European Communities (2004).

A. Fishov, D. Toutoundaeva, Power system stability standardization

under present-day conditions, in: Strategic Technology, 2007. IFOST

International Forum on, IEEE, 2007, pp. 411–415.

A. El Shahat, Pv module optimum operation modeling, Journal of

Power technologies 94 (1) (2014) 50–66.

C. Canizares, K. Bhattacharya, I. El-Samahy, H. Haghighat, J. Pan,

C. Tang, Re-defining the reactive power dispatch problem in the context

of competitive electricity markets, IET generation, transmission &

distribution 4 (2) (2010) 162–177.

S. Barsali, M. Ceraolo, P. Pelacchi, D. Poli, Control techniques of dispersed

generators to improve the continuity of electricity supply, in:

Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, 2002. IEEE, Vol. 2, IEEE,

, pp. 789–794.

Energy Networks Association, UK, Distributed Generation Connection

Guide (2011).

P. Kundur, J. Paserba, V. Ajjarapu, G. Andersson, A. Bose,

C. Canizares, N. Hatziargyriou, D. Hill, A. Stankovic, C. Taylor, et al.,

Definition and classification of power system stability, IEEE transactions

on Power Systems 19 (2) (2004) 1387–1401.

A. M. Miah, A new method of transient stability assessment by using

a simple energy margin function, in: Proceedings of the 2nd International

Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dhaka,

Bangladesh, 2002, pp. 24–27.

X. Ding, P. Crossley, D. Morrow, Future distribution networks with distributed

generators capable of operating in islanded mode, in: Universities

Power Engineering Conference, 2004. UPEC 2004. 39th International,

Vol. 2, IEEE, 2004, pp. 773–776.

K. Rajamani, U. Hambarde, Islanding and load shedding schemes

for captive power plants, IEEE Transactions on power delivery 14 (3)

(1999) 805–809.

S. Singh, J. Saini, Fuzzy fpga based captive power management, in:

Power India Conference, 2006 IEEE, IEEE, 2006, pp. 7–pp.

A. Xue, C. Shen, S. Mei, Y. Ni, F. F. Wu, Q. Lu, A new transient stability

index of power systems based on theory of stability region and its

applications, in: Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2006.

IEEE, IEEE, 2006, pp. 1–7.

U. Goswami, T. K. Sengupta, A. Das, Improvement of transient stability

performance of captive power plant during islanding condition, Indonesian

Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 12 (12)

(2014) 8001–8007.

B. Subudhi, R. Panigrahi, P. Panda, A comparative assessment of hysteresis

and dead beat controllers for performances of three phase

shunt active power filtering, Journal of Power Technologies 94 (4)

(2014) 286–295.

R. Ebrahimpour, E. K. Abharian, S. Z. Moussavi, A. A. M. Birjandi,

Transient stability assessment of a power system by mixture of experts,

International Journal of Engineering 4 (1) (2010) 93–104.

I. P. S. E. Committee, et al., Proposed terms and definitions for power

system stability, IEEE Trans 101 (1982) 1894–1898.

P. Iyambo, R. Tzoneva, Transient stability analysis of the ieee 14-bus

electric power system, in: AFRICON 2007, IEEE, 2007, pp. 1–9.

M. Aghamohammadi, A. B. Khormizi, M. Rezaee, Effect of generator

parameters inaccuracy on transient stability performance, in: Power

and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 2010 Asia-Pacific,

IEEE, 2010, pp. 1–5.

E. Sorrentino, O. Salazar, D. Chavez, Effect of generator models and

load models on the results of the transient stability analysis of a power

system, in: Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 2009

Proceedings of the 44th International, IEEE, 2009, pp. 1–5.

Y. Xue, T. Van Custem, M. Ribbens-Pavella, Extended equal area criterion

justifications, generalizations, applications, IEEE Transactions on

Power Systems 4 (1) (1989) 44–52.

G. A. Luders, Transient stability of multimachine power systems via the

direct method of lyapunov, IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and

Systems 90 (1) (1971) 23–36.

R. Byerly, D. Poznaniak, E. Taylor, Static reactive compensation for

power transmission systems, IEEE transactions on power Apparatus

and systems 101 (10) (1982) 3997–4005.

A. Hammad, Analysis of power system stability enhancement by static

var compensators, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 1 (4) (1986)

–227.

K. Padiyar, R. Varma, Damping torque analysis of static var system

controllers, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 6 (2) (1991) 458–

A. Messina, E. Barocio, Nonlinear analysis of inter-area oscillations:

effect of svc voltage support, Electric Power Systems Research 64 (1)

(2003) 17–26.

M. Abido, Analysis and assessment of statcom-based damping stabilizers

for power system stability enhancement, Electric Power Systems

Research 73 (2) (2005) 177–185.

M. Abido, Power system stability enhancement using facts controllers:

A review, The arabian journal for science and engineering 34 (1B)

(2009) 153–172.

S. A. Al-Baiyat, Power system transient stability enhancement by STATCOM

with nonlinear H1 stabilizer, Electric Power Systems Research

(1) (2005) 45–52.

I. Report, Computer representation of excitation systems, IEEE Transactions

on Power Apparatus and Systems (6) (1968) 1460–1464.

M. Crenshaw, K. Bollinger, R. Byerly, R. Cresap, L. Eilts, D. Eyre, Excitation

system models for power system stability studies, IEEE TRANS.

POWER APPAR. AND SYS. 100 (2) (1981) 494–509.

D. Lee, IEEE recommended practice for excitation system models for

power system stability studies (IEEE std 421.5-1992), Energy Development

and Power Generating Committee of the Power Engineering

Society 95 (1992) 96.

R. Byerly, O. Aanstad, D. Berry, R. Dunlop, D. Ewart, B. Fox, L. Johnson,

D. Tschappat, Dynamic models for steam and hydro turbines in

power system studies, IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and

Systems 92 (6) (1973) 1904–1915.

Working Group on Prime Mover and Energy Supply Models for System

Dynamic Performance Studies, Dynamic models for fossil fueled steam

units in power system studies, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems

(2) (1991) 753–761.

NEMA ICS 1, Industrial Control and Systems: General Requirements

(2008).

NEMA ICS 2, Industrial Control Devices, Controllers and Assemblies

(2008).

IEEE 141-1986, IEEE Recommended Practice for Electric Power Distribution for Industrial Plants (ANSI) (1986).

IEEE 242-1986, IEEE Recommended Practice for Protection and Coordination

of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems (ANSI) (1986).


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.