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Title: An advanced IPFC model to reuse newton power flow codes
Authors: Bhowmick S.
Das B.
Kumar N.
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
Abstract: Complexities of computer program codes for Newton-Raphson load flow (NRLF) analysis are usually enhanced during power flow modeling of an interline power flow controller (IPFC). This is due to the fact that the contributions of the series converters of the IPFC are needed to be accounted for while computing bus power injections and Jacobian matrix elements. Also, the IPFC real power injection term along with its associated Jacobian matrix call for new codes to be written. In this paper an advanced IPFC model is proposed to address this issue, wherein an existing power system installed with IPFC(s) is transformed into an augmented equivalent network without any IPFC. To obtain the solution of the original network containing IPFC(s), the augmented network can easily be solved by reusing the existing NRLF codes, as this network is now devoid of any IPFC. Consequently, the complexities of the computer program codes are reduced substantially. Various practical device limit constraints of the IPFC can also be taken into account by the proposed model. © 2009 IEEE.
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2009), 24(2): 525-532
URI: https://doi.org/10.1109/TPWRS.2009.2016643
http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/7056
Issue Date: 2009
Keywords: Flexible ac transmission systems (FACTS)
Interline power flow controller (IPFC)
Newton power flow
ISSN: 8858950
Author Scopus IDs: 9734517100
7403286062
55464648500
Author Affiliations: Bhowmick, S., Department of Electrical Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi 110042, India
Das, B., Department of Electrical Engineering, I.I.T. Roorkee, Roorkee 247667, India
Kumar, N., Department of Electrical Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi 110042, India
Funding Details: Manuscript received April 01, 2008; revised July 26, 2008. First published April 10, 2009; current version published April 22, 2009. This work was supported by the All India Council for Technical education (AICTE) sponsored R & D Project in the Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) Research Laboratory at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi, India. Paper no. TPWRS-00249-2008.
Corresponding Author: Bhowmick, S.; Department of Electrical Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi 110042, India; email: s_bhow@rediffmail.com
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