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Power System Stabilizers Design for Multimachine Power Systems Using Local Measurements
In this paper, a way for designing mounted parameter decentralized power system stabilizers (PSSs) for interconnected power systems is proposed. In the proposed technique, local data available at every machine in the multimachine setting, is used to tune parameters of PSS. Standard style techniques such as P-Vr frequency response approaches, and the method of residues are based on complete system data, wherein part angles of residues are in step with the P-Vr part response and will be used with confidence for style purposes. It is shown that magnitude and part info of the proposed GEP TF agrees closely with that of P-Vr TF and yields a strong stabilizer. Nonlinear simulation and eigenvalue analysis show the efficacy of the proposed stabilizer to damp out the interarea and native modes of oscillations effectively over a wide range of operating conditions. Superiority of the proposed approach over the traditional approaches is demonstrated with simulation studies on two widely used multimachine systems.
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