Two Separate Continually Online Trained Neurocontrollers for a Unified Power Flow Controller
The crucial factor affecting the modern power systems today is load flow control. The Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) provides an effective means for controlling the power flow and improving the transient stability in a power network. The UPFC has fast complex dynamics and its conventional control is based on a linearized model of the power system. This paper presents the design of neurocontrollers that control the power flow and regulates voltage along a transmission line. Two separate neurocontrollers are used for controlling the UPFC, one neurocontroller for the shunt inverter and the other for the series inverter. Simulation studies carried out in the PSCAD/EMTDC environment is described and results show the successful control of the UPFC and the power system with the two neurocontrollers. Performances of the neurocontrollers are compared with the conventional PI controllers for system oscillation damping.
R. P. Kalyani and G. K. Venayagamoorthy, "Two Separate Continually Online Trained Neurocontrollers for a Unified Power Flow Controller," Conference Record of the 38th IAS Annual Meeting of the Industry Applications Conference, 2003, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2003.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/IAS.2003.1257518
38th IAS Annual Meeting of the Industry Applications Conference, 2003
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
EMTP; PSCAD/EMTDC Environment; Unified Power Flow Controller; Adaptive Control; Complex Dynamics; Continually Online Trained Neurocontrollers; Control System Synthesis; Load Flow Control; Neurocontrollers; Power System Control; Power System Transient Stability; Power Transmission Control; Power Transmission Lines; Series Inverter; Shunt Inverter; System Oscillation Damping; Transient Stability Improvement; Transmission Line; Unified Power Flow Controller; Voltage Control; Voltage Regulation
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01 Jan 2003