Authors: SEYED MOHAMMAD HASSAN HOSSEINI, HADI SAMADZADEH, Javad olamaei, MURTAZA FARSADI
Abstract: This paper deals with the capability of a static synchronous series compensator (SSSC) to attenuate the subsynchronous resonance (SSR). Two well-known controllers are designed, namely a conventional damping controller (CDC) and fuzzy logic damping controller (FLDC). These 2 damping controllers are added to a main control loop of a SSSC operating as a SSR damping controller. It should be noted that, to optimize the parameters of the CDC, a versatile optimization technique is implemented, namely particle swarm optimization (PSO). A comprehensive comparison between the 2 control methods is carried out for different operational conditions. To observe the superior performance of the proposed FLDC, many operating points and different fault types are considered. The IEEE second benchmark model aggregated with the SSSC is utilized and simulations are presented.
Keywords: Flexible AC transmission systems, fuzzy logic control, static synchronous series compensator, particle swarm optimization, subsynchronous resonance
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