階層構造を考慮した変圧器タップの協調電圧制御 [in Japanese] Coordinated Voltage Control of Transformer Taps on account of Hierarchical Structure in Power System [in Japanese]
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Participation of distributed generators (DG), such as wind turbines, co-generation system etc., is natural trend from ecological point of view and will increase more and more. The outputs of these DGs mainly depend on weather condition but don't correspond to the changes of electrical load demand necessarily. On the other hand, due to the deregulation of electric power market, the power flow in power system will uncertainly vary with several power transactions. Thus, complex power flow by DGs or transactions will cause the voltage deviation. It will be difficult to sustain the voltage quality by using the conventional voltage/reactive power control in near future.<br>In this paper, in order to avoid such a voltage deviation and to decrease the frequency of transformer tap actions, the coordinated voltage control scheme of transformer taps on account of hierarchical structure in power system is proposed. In the proposed scheme, integral of voltage deviation at each layer bus is applied to decide the timing of each transformer tap action. It is confirmed by some numerical simulations that the proposed scheme is able to respond to every conditions on voltage deviation.
- IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy
IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy 126(5), 525-531, 2006-05-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan