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Excitation Control of Synchronous Generators Using Adaptive Regulators Part I-Theory and Simulation Results

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3 Author(s)
Kanniah, Jagannathan ; Department of Electrical Engineering The University of Calgary ; Malik, O.P. ; Hope, G.S.

A recent trend in power system operation is towards computerised control and management. One class of digital adaptive regulators called self- tuning regulators is suitable for this purpose. In synchronous generator control a conflict arises between the small sampling interval necessary to track the dynamics and large computation time required by the process computer. A dual-rate sampling model is suggested to alleviate this problem. A class of self-tuning regulators called Dual-rate Sampling Self-Tuning regulators which use a dual-rate sampling model of the power system are described in this paper. Simulation results obtained are used to evaluate the merits, usefulness and viability of the proposed regulator.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-103 ,  Issue: 5 )