PROJECT TITLE :
MPC-Based Frequency Control With Demand-Side Participation: A Case Study in an Isolated Wind-Aluminum Power System
Aluminum production depends on the smelting process that consumes huge amounts of electrical energy. One possible solution to cut back the fossil fuel consumption by aluminum production is the integration of wind power. Primarily based on this background, this paper studies an isolated power system for aluminum smelting production with a high penetration of wind power. A dynamic model of the aluminum smelter load (ASL) is introduced during this paper using the sector experiment knowledge. Primarily based on this model, the dynamic model of the isolated system considering demand facet participation is proposed. The MPC-primarily based frequency controller is proposed to keep the frequency deviation inside a proper vary ( ±zero.one Hz) below wind power fluctuation additionally as to recover the system frequency after a giant disturbance (such as one generator trip). Finally, simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed MPC based mostly frequency controller.
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