Real time power system security and control

TitleReal time power system security and control
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsdeArizon, M. P., and J. R. Marti
Conference NameWESCANEX 97: Communications, Power and Computing. Conference Proceedings., IEEE
Pagination64 -69
Date Publishedmay.
KeywordsBritish Columbia University, decision making process, digital simulation, energy margin evaluations, energy margin index, energy-based algorithm, Expanded Two-Machine equivalent System, fuzzy control, fuzzy logic techniques, power system analysis computing, power system control, power system security, real time power system control, real time power system security, real-time power system simulator, real-time systems, sensitivity, sensitivity parameters

In this paper, a ldquo;real time power system security and control system rdquo; which combines energy margin evaluations with simulations on the University of British Columbia's real-time power system simulator, as well as with fuzzy logic techniques for the decision making process is presented. The energy-based algorithm is called the ldquo;Expanded Two-Machine equivalent System rdquo;. The energy margin index and the sensitivity parameters are the main inputs to the fuzzy logic security classifier and for the fuzzy logic control strategy. The proposed indexing and algorithm were tested successfully for two small electrical systems


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