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Dynamic event monitoring using unsupervised feature learning towards smart grid big data

2017 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 2017

In this paper, a novel framework for dynamic event monitoring in smart grid with synchrophasor data is proposed. The fundamental principle is that the nonstationary signatures of any dynamic event in the system will be captured by the data set collected from the phase measurement units (PMUs). The framework is performed in three steps: 1) Energy function components construction by ...


Dynamic Dam for Harnessing Ocean and River Currents and Tidal Power

OCEANS '78, 1978

A new type of power system is proposed for creating economically viable systems for harnessing ocean and tidal energies. Based on the "dynamic dam" concept, immense amounts of ocean or river energy can be collected with low cost structures and concentrated into compact tur ines. Since the collecting surfaces do not encounter large hydrostatic pressures, as different from a static ...


Theory and Method for Selection of Power System Stabilizer Location

IEEE Power Engineering Review, 1991

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Battery storage sizing for a grid tied PV system based on operating cost minimization

2016 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2016

An optimal battery storage sizing is determined for a high power photovoltaic (PV) grid tied system. The sizing of the battery storage is chosen based on an optimal power flow management system intended to minimize the system running cost. Thus, a lower level power flow optimization problem is formulated along with the required constraints. The operating cost in this problem ...


Wide-Area Measurement-Based Emergency Control

Power System Monitoring and Control, None

To prevent power system blackout following a severe contingency, an emergency control action may be needed. The underfrequency and undervoltage load shedding (UFLS/UVLS) schemes are usually in use in real-world power systems without coordination. This chapter emphasizes the necessity of using both voltage and frequency data, specifically in the presence of high wind power penetration, to develop an effective LS ...


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Handling of a Single Object by Multiple Mobile Robots based on Caster-Like Dynamics
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Fragility of Interconnected Cyber-Physical Systems - Marios M. Polycarpou - WCCI 2016
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EDOC 2010 - Prof. Dr. David Harel Presentation
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Emerging Technologies for the Control of Human Brain Dynamics: IEEE TechEthics Keynote with Danielle Bassett
Ultrafast Spintronics: Advanced Nanodevices - Jeff Bokor at INC 2019
IMS 2012 Microapps - RF System Design: Moving Beyond a Linear Datasheet
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IMS 2012 Microapps - System Simulation Featuring Signal Processing Blocks
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  • Dynamic event monitoring using unsupervised feature learning towards smart grid big data

    In this paper, a novel framework for dynamic event monitoring in smart grid with synchrophasor data is proposed. The fundamental principle is that the nonstationary signatures of any dynamic event in the system will be captured by the data set collected from the phase measurement units (PMUs). The framework is performed in three steps: 1) Energy function components construction by using PMU data. Each of the component in the energy function, such as the load, transmission line, and generation, are formulated explicitly; 2) Unsupervised feature learning and fusion by using the energy function components. In the feature learning stage, stacked autoencoders (SAE) is used to learn representative features from each component. Then in the feature fusion stage, a shared representation between modalities is further learned; and 3) Supervised classifier training and online application. Classifier, such as a simple neural network, is trained for monitoring the system dynamics to detect and classify events. Compared with purely data- driven methods, the proposed framework utilizes the physical basis to understand and correlate the features with different events. Meanwhile, because of learning features automatically and adaptively, the proposed method reduces the need of human labor and can be more easy to process big data in smart grid. Simulation is carried out on IEEE 39-bus system, and the results show promising effectiveness on dynamic event detection and classification.

  • Dynamic Dam for Harnessing Ocean and River Currents and Tidal Power

    A new type of power system is proposed for creating economically viable systems for harnessing ocean and tidal energies. Based on the "dynamic dam" concept, immense amounts of ocean or river energy can be collected with low cost structures and concentrated into compact tur ines. Since the collecting surfaces do not encounter large hydrostatic pressures, as different from a static dam, they can be anchored in open oceans or wide rivers. Through an extended concept, this system can provide economical powerplants for harnessing even low level tides.

  • Theory and Method for Selection of Power System Stabilizer Location

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  • Battery storage sizing for a grid tied PV system based on operating cost minimization

    An optimal battery storage sizing is determined for a high power photovoltaic (PV) grid tied system. The sizing of the battery storage is chosen based on an optimal power flow management system intended to minimize the system running cost. Thus, a lower level power flow optimization problem is formulated along with the required constraints. The operating cost in this problem is formulated as a combination of electricity grid prices and the battery degradation cost. In the lower optimization level, forecasted system data is used to find the optimal power management solution for a year long operation. On the higher level, a sizing optimization problem is formulated using the outcomes of the lower level optimization while updating it with the new selected battery size. A case study is applied under various conditions to test the system performance and analyze the necessary storage sizing subjected to different circumstances.

  • Wide-Area Measurement-Based Emergency Control

    To prevent power system blackout following a severe contingency, an emergency control action may be needed. The underfrequency and undervoltage load shedding (UFLS/UVLS) schemes are usually in use in real-world power systems without coordination. This chapter emphasizes the necessity of using both voltage and frequency data, specifically in the presence of high wind power penetration, to develop an effective LS scheme. After a background on the LS problem, the chapter talks about an LS scheme using both voltage and frequency information with the described graphical tool. Then, the application of electromechanical wave propagation for the emergency control issue in a wide- area power system is emphasized. The chapter shows that the voltage and frequency responses may behave in opposite directions following many contingencies.

  • Dynamic performance and security of interconnected systems

    The characteristics of a power system that have become of increased importance because of interconnection are discussed. They are: very small damping of disturbances; the need for more voltage support; much more complexity in design, operation, control, protection, and analysis; and much more pervasive and numerous controls. Some new problems introduced by interconnection are examined. They are: the appearance of spontaneous tie-line power oscillations under certain line loading conditions; the appearance of voltage instability with resulting voltage collapse; and widespread blackouts.<>

  • Dynamic study of Dominion's system restoration plan in RTDS

    This paper presents the dynamic study of the Dominion Energy Virginia (DEV)'s System Restoration Plan (SRP) in the Real Time Digital Simulator (RTDS) environment. Firstly, dynamic models of DEV restoration paths are created and real-time simulations are performed to validate the feasibility of DEV's current SRP. Secondly, protection coordination and synchronization of islands have been studied and tested. The assessment results show that the relays operate reliably during the restoration process and islands can be successfully synchronized. The proposed restoration study and obtained simulation results can help system operators better understand the restoration goal and be prepared for unexpected blackout conditions.

  • Power Flow Control and Network Stability in an All-Electric Ship

    The concept of an all-electric ship, while offering unprecedented advantages from the point of view of efficiency and flexibility of operation, has introduced new challenges in terms of stability and power flow control. The advent of a full power electronics power system has raised new questions from the point of view of system dynamics, particularly when dealing with the new medium-voltage direct current distribution. The overall goal of guaranteeing a secure operation of the power system has brought researchers to consider two main approaches: reducing the dynamics of the large load to operate in a range of dynamics compatible with traditional generation systems, or making the generator set smarter through its power electronics interface. This paper compares these approaches to stable operation, focusing on the latter considered more in line with the progress of technology and in general more appealing.

  • Synchrony

    This chapter contains sections titled:To Sync or Not to SyncA Cricket Social NetworkKirchhoff NetworksPointville Electric Power GridExercises

  • Reverse action of on-load tap changer in association with voltage collapse

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