Performance Enhancement of Multi-Area Interconnected Power System using Revolutionary Energy Balance Control

B. Prakash Ayyappan, R. Kanimozhi


In the current situation of the power system, with the need to increase power to meet the availability of all types of loads, the quality of power is equal to the demand. On this day, there is no change, and a demanding power supply with a stable and reliable power supply at all times. Therefore, in order to maintain the quality and power to meet the current reforms in the energy sector and to adapt to the changes in the demands of the industrial sector thus changing in frequency, an advanced controller is necessary. This work presents a Revolutionary Energy Balance Control (REBC) controller approach for Automatic Generation Controller (AGC). This AGC method focuses on balancing the whole generating system while maintaining a consistent system frequency per tie-lie power flow, with no load changes or power losses. In a Multi-Area Interconnected Power System (MIPS), a sudden load fluctuation, on the other hand, causes non-linearity (frequency deviation and tie-line) in all control regions. To lower the maximum deviation and oscillation duration, modelling error is taken into consideration. The main objective of FP-PID-based AGC is to preserve power system stability and reliability. The proposed technique is compared to standard two-area and three-area systems using data acquired in Simulink/MATLAB. The results show that the proposed technique has high dynamic responsiveness, economical operation, low magnitude error, and low frequency transients in MIPS.  The performance of the REBC controller will be evaluated using metrics such as settling time, steady-state error, THD, and efficiency


Multi-Area Interconnected Power System, frequency control, Revolutionary Energy Balance Control

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