Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems

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Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems. / Akke, Magnus.

IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden, 1997. 114 p.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis (compilation)

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Akke, M 1997, 'Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems', Doctor, Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation.

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Akke, M. (1997). Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems. IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden,.

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Akke M. 1997. Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems. IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden,. 114 p.

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Akke, Magnus Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden,. 1997.

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Akke M. Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems. IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden, 1997. 114 p.

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Akke, Magnus. / Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems. IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden, 1997. 114 p.

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TY - THES

T1 - Some Control Applications in Electric Power Systems

AU - Akke, Magnus

N1 - Defence details Date: 1997-04-11 Time: 10:15 Place: Room M:B, M-building, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden External reviewer(s) Name: Phadke, Arun Title: Professor Affiliation: USA ---

PY - 1997

Y1 - 1997

N2 - This thesis presents some control applications in electric power systems. The work consists of the four parts: interaction between DC cables and ship steering autopilots; frequency estimation; computer relaying; field tests using load switching to damp power oscillations. The first three parts are based on four papers that are given in Appendix A-D. The thesis presents supplementary text to these papers. The last chapter is more self contained and presents field tests from a small hydro power station. These tests show that load switching is an excellent method to damp power oscillations. A proof used in stochastic analysis of fault locators is presented in Appendix E. The first paper presents novel results on interaction of DC cables and ship steering autopilots. Simulations with a non-linear model show that a ship using steering autopilot with a magnetic compass can be captured by a DC cable, i.e, the ship tracks the cable. A full scale experimental study has been performed at the Kontiskan HVDC link. Good agreement was obtained between measurements and computer sinulations. The second paper presents a method for frequency estimation in power systems by demodulation of two complex signals. The third and fourth paper presents some improvements of the differential equation algorithm (DEA) that can be used for transmission line protection. The third paper uses the determinant to explain why isolated estimates from the DEA can be very poor. A median filter is proposed to reject these poor estimates. The fourth paper suggests the followinmg improvements to the DEA: fault classification; intermediate filtering and a new algorithm for three phase faults. Simulation results indicate a nominal operation time of 5-7 ms for three phase faults and slightly longer for other fault types

AB - This thesis presents some control applications in electric power systems. The work consists of the four parts: interaction between DC cables and ship steering autopilots; frequency estimation; computer relaying; field tests using load switching to damp power oscillations. The first three parts are based on four papers that are given in Appendix A-D. The thesis presents supplementary text to these papers. The last chapter is more self contained and presents field tests from a small hydro power station. These tests show that load switching is an excellent method to damp power oscillations. A proof used in stochastic analysis of fault locators is presented in Appendix E. The first paper presents novel results on interaction of DC cables and ship steering autopilots. Simulations with a non-linear model show that a ship using steering autopilot with a magnetic compass can be captured by a DC cable, i.e, the ship tracks the cable. A full scale experimental study has been performed at the Kontiskan HVDC link. Good agreement was obtained between measurements and computer sinulations. The second paper presents a method for frequency estimation in power systems by demodulation of two complex signals. The third and fourth paper presents some improvements of the differential equation algorithm (DEA) that can be used for transmission line protection. The third paper uses the determinant to explain why isolated estimates from the DEA can be very poor. A median filter is proposed to reject these poor estimates. The fourth paper suggests the followinmg improvements to the DEA: fault classification; intermediate filtering and a new algorithm for three phase faults. Simulation results indicate a nominal operation time of 5-7 ms for three phase faults and slightly longer for other fault types

KW - load switching.

KW - power oscillations

KW - differential equation algorithm

KW - transmission line protection

KW - computer relaying

KW - frequency estimation

KW - DC cable

KW - magnetic compass

KW - Automation

KW - robotics

KW - control engineering

KW - Automatiska system

KW - robotteknik

KW - reglerteknik

M3 - Doctoral Thesis (compilation)

SN - 91-88934-04-7

PB - IEA, LTH, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden,

ER -