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A Load Fluctuation Characteristic Index and Its Application to Pilot Node Selection
AbstractThe operation of power systems has been complicated by the rapid diversification of loads. Analyzing load characteristics becomes necessary to different utilities in energy management systems to ensure the reliability of power systems. Here, we describe a method of analyzing and quantifying the load characteristics and introduce its application to pilot nodes selection for zone based voltage control. We propose a new index, the Q-fluctuation (QF), to quantify the load characteristic of reactive power based on an analysis of historical data. A second index, the V-fluctuation (VF), which is a combination of the QF and the Q–V sensitivity that reflects structural information for the grid describes the voltage deviation at each node. These indices are used to construct the voltage fluctuation space, which is then used to select the pilot node for each zone. Simulation studies using IEEE 14-bus and 118-bus systems are described, and used to demonstrate the advantages of the proposed method. The method was able to improve the secondary voltage control and enhance the grid reliability in response to structural changes.
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Ge, H.; Guo, Q.; Sun, H.; Wang, B.; Zhang, B.; Wu, W. A Load Fluctuation Characteristic Index and Its Application to Pilot Node Selection. Energies 2014, 7, 115-129.View more citation formats
Ge H, Guo Q, Sun H, Wang B, Zhang B, Wu W. A Load Fluctuation Characteristic Index and Its Application to Pilot Node Selection. Energies. 2014; 7(1):115-129.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ge, Huaichang; Guo, Qinglai; Sun, Hongbin; Wang, Bin; Zhang, Boming; Wu, Wenchuan. 2014. "A Load Fluctuation Characteristic Index and Its Application to Pilot Node Selection." Energies 7, no. 1: 115-129.
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