Fast Algorithms for Estimating the Disturbance Inception Time in Power Systems Based on Time Series of Instantaneous Values of Current and Voltage with a High Sampling Rate

Date
2022-11
Authors
Senyuk, Mihail
Beryozkina, Svetlana
Gubin, Pavel
Dmitrieva, Anna
Kamalov, Firuz
Safaraliev, Murodbek
Zicmane, Inga
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MDPI
Abstract
The study examines the development and testing of algorithms for disturbance inception time estimation in a power system using instantaneous values of current and voltage with a high sampling rate. The algorithms were tested on both modeled and physical data. The error of signal extremum forecast, the error of signal form forecast, and the signal value at the so-called joint point provided the basis for the suggested algorithms. The method of tuning for each algorithm was described. The time delay and accuracy of the algorithms were evaluated with varying tuning parameters. The algorithms were tested on the two-machine model of a power system in Matlab/Simulink. Signals from emergency event recorders installed on real power facilities were used in testing procedures. The results of this study indicated a possible and promising application of the suggested methods in the emergency control of power systems. © 2022 by the authors.
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This article is licensed under Creative Commons License and full text is openly accessible in CUD Digital Repository. The version of the scholarly record of this work is published in Mathematics (2022), available online at: https://doi.org/10.3390/math10213949
Keywords
approximation, digital signal processing, mathematical modeling, power system, statistical analysis, time-series analysis
Citation
Senyuk, M., Beryozkina, S., Gubin, P., Dmitrieva, A., Kamalov, F., Safaraliev, M., & Zicmane, I. (2022). Fast algorithms for estimating the disturbance inception time in power systems based on time series of instantaneous values of current and voltage with a high sampling rate. Mathematics, 10(21) doi:10.3390/math10213949
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