System Stability Analysis in Two Area System Integration with Three Renewable Energy Resources
Keywords:DFIG, STATCOM, THD, PSS
Stability is the most important feature required in the modern electrical system. In recent years, grid stability problems have been detected due to the rapid growth of electrical and electronic loads. To study the system performance under the effect renewable energy based generating units the kundur’s two area system has been taken as test system. The direct integration of these resources were studied for various instability issues like rotor angle stability, power stability at the generating points of machines and distortion level in the voltage and current waveforms of the grid system. The work has proposed a universal dynamic system optimizing control for system stability enhancement in all the aspects. The MATLAB/SIMULINK environment being the platform for the system designing and implementation, The effects on the two area four machines system has been studied by integrating wind energy system without dynamics optimization control in area 1and then systems with both solar and wind with the dynamic optimization controller at area 2 was developed. The study is further carried to integration of a fuel cell system in area 1 as well. The rotor angle stability and power stability at the point of generation bus was also stabilized by the proposed control in the power system.
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