XU, JIANGJIAO (2018) Distributed Control Methods for Integrating Renewable Generations and ICT Systems. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.
With increased energy demand and decreased fossil fuels usages, the penetration of distributed generators (DGs) attracts more and more attention. Currently centralized control approaches can no longer meet real-time requirements for future power system. A proper decentralized control strategy needs to be proposed in order to enhance system voltage stability, reduce system power loss and increase operational security. This thesis has three key contributions:
Firstly, a decentralized coordinated reactive power control strategy is proposed to tackle voltage fluctuation issues due to the uncertainty of output of DG. Case study shows results of coordinated control methods which can regulate the voltage level effectively whilst also enlarging the total reactive power capability to reduce the possibility of active power curtailment. Subsequently, the communication system time-delay is considered when analyzing the impact of voltage regulation.
Secondly, a consensus distributed alternating direction multiplier method (ADMM) algorithm is improved to solve the optimal power ow (OPF) problem. Both synchronous and asynchronous algorithms are proposed to study the performance of convergence rate. Four different strategies are proposed to mitigate the impact of time-delay. Simulation results show that the optimization of reactive power allocation can minimize system power loss effectively and the proposed weighted autoregressive (AR) strategies can achieve an effective convergence result.
Thirdly, a neighboring monitoring scheme based on the reputation rating is proposed to detect and mitigate the potential false data injection attack. The simulation results show that the predictive value can effectively replace the manipulated data. The convergence results based on the predictive value can be very close to the results of normal case without cyber attack.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Doctoral)|
|Award:||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Faculty and Department:||Faculty of Science > Engineering, Department of|
|Copyright:||Copyright of this thesis is held by the author|
|Deposited On:||05 Oct 2018 10:14|