Distributed State Estimation for Interconnected Synchronous Generators

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Conference Proceeding
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IFAC-PapersOnLine, 2017, 50 (1), pp. 5418 - 5423
Issue Date:
2017-07-01
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© 2017 In contrast to the traditional centralised power system state estimation methods, this paper investigates the optimal filtering problem for distributed dynamic systems. Specifically, the interconnected synchronous generators are modelled as a state-space linear equation where sensors are deployed to obtain measurements. As the synchronous generator states are unknown, the estimation is required to know the overall operating conditions of large-scale complex power networks. Basically, the proposed algorithm is based on the minimization of the mean squared estimation error, and the optimal gain is computed by exchanging information with their neighboring estimators. Afterwards, the convergence of the developed algorithm is proved so that it can be applied to real-time applications in modern smart grids. Finally, simulation results demonstrate the efficacy of the developed approach.
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