Power System Stability And Control

Power System Stability And Control


This seminar will provide a comprehensive overview of power system stability and control problems. This includes the basic concepts, physical aspects of the phenomena, methods of analysis, examples of major power grid blackouts due to different categories of system instability, challenges to the secure operation of present-day power systems, and comprehensive approach to enhancing system security. Power System Stability and Control  seminar will also cover in detail various technologies available today to prevent voltage instability on power systems, including static var compensators and inverter-based dynamic compensators. Case studies of actual voltage instability problems and equipment solutions will also be presented. The impact of wind generation on system voltage stability, interconnect requirements, as well as reactive power and voltage control equipment solutions will also be covered.

After completing this programme, learners will better understand and be able to:
•Learn the Fundamentals of motors, drives and automation systems
•Update Yourself on the Latest Advancements in VFDs
•Learn the Latest Improvements in Motor Efficiency
•Practical Approaches and Problem-Solving Solutions
•Learn How to Solve Common Motor and VFD Problems
•Learn Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
•Learn the Automation Considerations Between Motors, Drives and PLCs
•Reduce Reliance on Outside Service Companies
•Make Sure Your Equipment is Up and Running

Utility engineers, consultants (especially those involved with IPP/DG design), equipment/control engineers, generator packager and manufacturer engineers as well as others who specify protective relays and develop settings for these devices.

1.Introduction to Power System Stability
2.Review of Equipment Characteristics and Modelling
3.Control of Active Power and Frequency:
• Fundamentals of frequency control
•Composite regulating characteristics of power systems
• Automatic generation control
•Under-frequency load shedding
4.Control of Reactive Power and Voltage
•Control objectives
•Production and absorption of reactive power
•Methods of voltage control
•Principles of reactive compensation in transmission systems
•Static and dynamic compensators
5.Transient (angle) Stability
•An elementary view of the transient stability problem
•Simulation of power system dynamic response
•Numerical integration methods
•Performance of protective relaying
•Transient stability enhancement
•Case studies
•Examples of major system blackouts due to transient instability
6.Small-Signal (angle) Stability
7.Subsynchronous Oscillations
•Steam turbine generator torsional characteristics
•Torsional interaction with power system controls: PSS, HVDC converter controls
•Subsynchronous resonance
•Impact of network-switching disturbances
8.Voltage Stability
•Description of the phenomenon
•Factors influencing voltage stability
•Methods of analysis
•Examples of major system disturbances due to voltage instability
•Prevention of voltage instability
•Technologies for prevention of voltage instability :
1.Static VAR compensators
2.Large STATCOMs
3.Smaller inverter-based dynamic compensators
• Case studies and illustrative examples
9.Frequency Stability
• Nature and description of frequency stability problems
• Examples of system disturbances caused by frequency instability
•Analysis of frequency stability problems
•Case studies
•Mitigation of frequency stability problems
10.Wind Turbine Generators
11.Major Power Grid Blackouts in 2003
12.Comprehensive Approach to Power System Security

•Case Study

Ir. Teguh Santoso dan Tim

Time & Venue
TANGGAL  : 20 Sd 22 September 2016
WAKTU      : 08.00 – 16.00
TEMPAT     : Hotel Grand Aston Yogyakarta

•Convinience Meeting room
•Transportation during training
•2x coffee break and lunch during training
•Training kit

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