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Architectures for frequency control in modern power systems

A. Ortega, M.A.A. Murad, J. Chen, M. Liu, T. O’Donnell, F. Milano

This chapter describes frequency control strategies based on nonsynchronous devices. Four scenarios are considered: (i) renewable resources operated in such a way that they have a power reserve available to regulate the frequency; (ii) converter-interfaced energy storage systems dedicated to primary frequency and rate of change of frequency control; (iii) a mix of renewable resources with inclusion of a dedicated energy storage system that allow emulating the behavior of conventional synchronous machines; and (iv) voltage-based frequency control obtained through FACTS devices, namely the static VAR compensator and the smart transformer.


Keywords: Renewable energy source; Inertia; Frequency control; Rate of change of frequency; Energy storage system; Voltage-dependent loads; Voltage-based frequency control; Flexible AC transmission system; Static VAR compensator; Smart transformer

En el libro Converter-based dynamics and control of modern power systems

Academic Press, Londres, Reino Unido


ISBN: 978-0-12-818491-2

DOI: DOI icon 10.1016/B978-0-12-818491-2.00007-9    

DOI del Libro: DOI icon 10.1016/C2018-0-02717-6    

Publicado: 2020



Cita:
A. Ortega, M.A.A. Murad, J. Chen, M. Liu, T. O’Donnell, F. Milano, Architectures for frequency control in modern power systems, en Converter-based dynamics and control of modern power systems. Ed. Academic Press. Londres, Reino Unido, 2020.

IIT-20-195A