Electrical Power System Stabilization Utilizing Energy in Filed Winding of Superconducting Generator
This paper proposes a new control concept for superconducting generator to improve power system dynamic performances more significantly. The stored energy in the field winding of the superconducting generator is used to stabilize the power oscillation in electrical power systems. The proposed controller makes it possible to regulate the generator terminal voltage almost constant as well as to stabilize the power oscillation significantly. Some numerical studies demonstrate the effectiveness of the power system stabilizing control. Specifications of field winding necessary for the stabilization of model power system are evaluated from the numerical results.
KeywordsPower System Propose Control Scheme Power Converter Power Oscillation Voltage Fluctuation
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