Journal of Siberian Federal University. Engineering & Technologies / Research of Operation of Predictive Controllers of Distributed Generation Plant in Power Supply System with Energy Storage

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Journal of Siberian Federal University. Engineering & Technologies. 2021 14 (4)
Bulatov, Yuri N.; Kryukov, Andrey V.; Suslov, Konstantin V.
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Bulatov, Yuri N.: Bratsk State University Bratsk, Russian Federation; ; Kryukov, Andrey V.: Irkutsk State Transport University Irkutsk, Russian Federation; Irkutsk National Research Technical University Irkutsk, Russian Federation; Suslov, Konstantin V.: Irkutsk National Research Technical University Irkutsk, Russian Federation
distributed generation plants; power supply systems; energy storage; isolated mode; asynchronous load; automatic voltage controller; automatic speed controller; simulation

The article discusses the power supply system of an industrial enterprise, which included a turbine generator plant operating on the basis of a synchronous generator equipped with predictive voltage and rotor speed controllers, as well as a high-power electric energy storage device. A description of the models of this plant, predictive controllers and energy storage, as well as the results of modeling when the system goes into an isolated mode of operation are given. Simulation was performed in MATLAB environment using Simulink and SimPowerSystems packages. The purpose of the work was to study the behavior of the proposed predictive controllers during the transition of the power supply system to the island (isolated) mode. Based on the results of computer simulation, it was concluded that the use of predictive controllers improves the damping properties of the system. The use of an energy storage device that is automatically connected to the network when the voltage drops, allows to reduce the overvoltage at the terminals of the generator during its unloading, as well as to reduce the required mechanical power on the turbine shaft in comparison with a permanently connected device. Predictive controllers can be recommended to increase the stability of distributed generation plants when switching to an isolated mode. It is advisable to conduct further research in the direction of creating algorithms for coordinated operation of controllers

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