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Fuzzy Logic Based Dynamic Braking Scheme For Stabilization Of Inter -Area

M. Fayez (), M. Mandor and M. El-Hadidy
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M. Fayez: Cairo Electricity Production Company Cairo, EGYPT, 22 shanan St., B.O. Box 11569
M. Mandor: Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering (Shoubra), Benha University Cairo, EGYPT, 108 Shoubra St., B.O. Box 11241
M. El-Hadidy: Egyptian Electricity Holding Company Cairo, Egypt, Emtedad Ramsis St., B.O. Box 11569Author-Name: F. Bendary

Acta Electronica Malaysia (AEM), 2019, vol. 3, issue 2, 16-22

Abstract: Power system oscillations have been long recognized as a problem of great interest in the electric power industry. The main objective of this work focuses on stabilization of inter-area power oscillations motivated by the fact that many catastrophic blackout events with the consequent multi-billion-dollar economic losses were due to the presence of unstable inter-area modes of oscillations. This study will explore dual fuzzy logic controllers to orchestrate a coordinated switching strategy for dual dynamic braking resistors, as a cost-effective method, for stabilization of inter-area power oscillations in Kundur’s two-area test system. Comparative simulation study via MATLAB/Simulink-based modeling and simulation environment of the test model with and without the suggested stabilization regime will demonstrate its effectiveness in stabilizing inter-area oscillations.

Keywords: Dynamic Braking Resistor; Fuzzy Logic Controller; Inter-Area Power Oscillations; Kundur’s Two-Area Test System (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.26480/aem.02.2019.16.22

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