Adaptive Damping Control Strategy of Wind Integrated Power System

Jun Deng, Jun Suo, Jing Yang, Shutao Peng, Fangde Chi, Tong Wang
2019 Energies  
Random variation of grid-connected wind power can cause stochastic variation of the power system operating point. This paper proposes a new scheme to design an adaptive damping controller by tracking the variation of system operating points and updating the controller's functions to achieve a robust damping control effect. Firstly, the operating space is classified into different modes according to the classification of wind power outputs. Multiple power system stabilizers (PSSs) are then
more » ... SSs) are then designed. Secondly, the method of optimal classification and regression decision tree (CART) is utilized for classifying subspaces of system operating point and it is proposed that the on-line measurements from wide area measurement system (WAMS) are used for tracking the dynamic behaviors of stochastic drifting point and thus guide the updating of appropriate PSSs be switched on adaptively. A 16-generator-68-bus power system integrated with wind power is presented as a test system to demonstrate that the adaptive control scheme by use of the CART can damp multi-mode oscillations effectively when the wind power output changes.
doi:10.3390/en12010135 fatcat:idmdo3a77ndopdgtxpezlpp7di