[Legacy Report] Damping control of inter-area oscillations using wide-area measurements

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Abstract

With the growth of power systems interconnections, inter-area oscillation has become a serious limiting factor affecting transfer of power in large quantities among different areas. With development of the wide-area measurement system (WAMS), use of global signals for damping inter-area oscillation can enhance observability of the generators or other power system components to the concerned inter-area mode, so damping controllers become more effective in eliminating inter-area oscillations. Application of wide-area damping controllers in actual power systems is still limited because of their restricted adaptability to different operating conditions and the possible interaction among different modes.



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  • Lyngby, Kobenhavns Amt
  • Denmark


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The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Damping control of inter-area oscillations using wide-area measurements

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Address:Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong