Modal Shift Evaluation and Optimization for Resonance Mechanism Investigation and Mitigation of Power Systems Integrated with FCWG

Jianqiang Luo, Siqi Bu, Jiebei Zhu, C. Y. Chung

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Abstract

The integration of full converter-based wind power generation (FCWG, e.g., permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG)) not only introduces the PMSG oscillation modes (POMs) but also might excite severe resonances with electromechanical oscillation modes (EOMs) of the power system. In this paper, a two-open-loop-subsystem dynamic model is firstly established to investigate the interactions between the PMSG and the rest of the power system. On this basis, a modal shift evaluation (MSE) method by using bilateral damping torque analysis is proposed to accurately quantify the interaction effect of POMs and EOMs on each other and effectively explain their complex interaction process. Then two important concepts, i.e., modal shift sensitivity (MSS) with respect to various PMSG controller parameters and resonance excitation index (REI) according to a per unit open-loop modal distance indicating the intensity of modal interactions, are derived to dig the essential modal resonance mechanisms. Furthermore, by using MSS and REI as two tools, the modal interaction optimization (MIO) is conducted through POM tuning in order to prevent potential system modal resonance and enhance resonance mode damping for the first time. The optimized modal interaction is validated to be beneficial and effective for the improvement of power system resonance stability.

Original languageEnglish
Article number9006955
Pages (from-to)4046-4055
Number of pages10
JournalIEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Volume35
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2020

Keywords

  • modal interaction
  • modal shift sensitivity (MSS)
  • PMSG
  • POM tuning
  • resonance excitation index (REI)
  • resonance stability

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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