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Preventive Dynamic Security Control of Power Systems Based on Pattern Discovery Technique

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6 Author(s)
Yan Xu ; Centre for Intell. Electr. Networks (CIEN), Univ. of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW, Australia ; Zhao Yang Dong ; Lin Guan ; Rui Zhang
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This paper presents a statistical learning-based method for preventive dynamic security control of power systems. Critical operating variables regarding system dynamic security are first selected via a distance-based feature estimation process. An unsupervised learning procedure called pattern discovery (PD) is then performed in the space of the critical variables to extract the subtle structure knowledge called patterns. The patterns are geometrically non-overlapped hyper-rectangles, representing the system dynamic secure/insecure regions and can be explicitly presented to provide decision support for real-time security monitoring and situational awareness. By formulating the secure patterns into a standard optimal power flow (OPF) model, the preventive control against dynamic insecurities can be efficiently and transparently attained. The proposed method is validated on the New England 39-bus system considering both single- and multi-contingency conditions.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 3 )