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Tipo: Tese
Título: Operation and restoration of bulk power systems using distributed energy resources and multi-microgrids
Autor(es): MONTEIRO, Maíra Ribas
Primeiro Orientador: SOUZA, Antonio Carlos Zambroni de
Abstract: The fast-paced and meaningful penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs), such as variable renewable energy sources (RESs), concurrently with the widespread occurrence of natural disasters and man-made threats, has raised several challenges for the modern bulk power systems (BPSs) status quo. Although the DERs are demanding new solutions to ensure adequate stability and security levels, these resources enable significant opportunities to improve multiple BPS perspectives. In this view, seeking to capitalize on these novel features, while aware of the significant changes to BPS outlook, this thesis is focused on developing new methods able to capitalize on modern monitoring infrastructures, DERs and control areas opportunities toward the improvement of BPS operation and stability. Specifically, the thesis focuses on: 1) First, a novel method for the improvement of the static security region (SSR) is proposed based on a new network partitioning algorithm. The proposed algorithm focuses on modern BPS with high penetration of variable RES generation. It divides the BPS into coherence areas according to its criticality mapping, and consequently, areas are adaptively associated with SSRs generators groups. To this end, each bus is assigned a criticality index from the potential energy function, whereas this calculation is based on the data of the wide-area measurement system (WAMS) using phasor measurement unit (PMU); 2) Second, a novel area-based sensitivity index for voltage stability support is proposed, exploring both the network-wide sensitivity and the local characteristics of voltage collapse. The developed index focuses on the determination of the most effective buses for voltage support and their respective capability of increasing the system’s load margin. For this, a novel area-based outlook is developed taking advantage of the new possibilities enabled by BPS distributed controllable resources, such as flexible resources (FRs).
Palavras-chave: Bulk power system
Distributed energy resources
Network partitioning
Static security region
Voltage stability
Idioma: eng
País: Brasil
Editor: Universidade Federal de Itajubá
Sigla da Instituição: UNIFEI
metadata.dc.publisher.department: IESTI - Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Tecnologia da Informação
metadata.dc.publisher.program: Programa de Pós-Graduação: Doutorado - Engenharia Elétrica
Tipo de Acesso: Acesso Restrito
Data do documento: 30-Jul-2021
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