Distributed condition monitoring of renewable microgrids using adaptive-then-combine algorithm

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IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2016, 2016-November
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2016-11-10
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© 2016 IEEE. This paper explores the problem of distributed state estimation including packet losses for the environment-friendly renewable microgrid incorporating electricity generating circuits. The problem is becoming critical due to the global warming, increasing green house gas emissions, and practical infeasibility with computational burden of the large-scale centralized power system monitoring. To address the impending problem, a novel distributed microgrid state estimation algorithm is derived in the context of microgrids. Specifically, after modelling the microgrid, this paper proposes a local microgrid state estimation algorithm considering packet losses. Then a novel optimal weighting factor calculation method for the global state estimation is proposed. Particularly, it can automatically adjust the optimal weighting factors for different sensor measurements based on the observation quality, improving the estimation accuracy of the global estimation. Simulations show that the desired state estimation accuracy is achievable.
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