Implementation of The Test Bench System For Wide Area Monitoring System
Keywords:Hybrid Dynamic Simulation, Model Validation, Network Observability, Optimal PMU Placement, WAMS
The present work accentuates on the creation of the test bench for wide area monitoring systems (WAMS). With the dawn of the Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs), it has become to a certain extent that it is elegant to monitor and control the power system networks in Real Time. PMUs provide the Phasor Measurements of the Voltage and Currents using the Global Positioning System (GPS) Satellites, in microseconds. Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) technique is used by the PMU to Estimate the Phasors. Power System Network Observability plays a major role in demanding that the system should be fully observable through PMUs. A Novel Algorithm is developed for optimal placement of PMUs using Greedy and Breadth First Algorithms (BFA). The IEEE -14 Bus test Systems have been modeled in MATLAB/SIMULINK, the proposed method has achieved good results with optimal no of PMUs required.
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