Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences (AJES)
Performance Analysis of Different Tie-Line for Synchronization of 12-Area Two Interconnected Thermal Power GridAuthor : Pankaj Kumar Sahu
Volume 6 No.2 July-December 2017 pp 37-50
This paper represents the advantages of HVAC-HVDC parallel tie-line as compare to the Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) tie-line and normal HVAC tie-line for synchronization of 12-area two interconnected thermal power grid with its all 12 areas when load changed in power grid-1 (area-6). After load change in power grid-1 (area-6), 12-area two interconnected thermal power grid with its all 12 areas are synchronized at the same time only in case of HVAC-HVDC parallel tie-line. This paper also shows the Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) tie-line is better as compare to the normal HVAC tie-line. Performance analysis of different tie-line for synchronization or load (machine) frequency control of 12-area two interconnected thermal power grid is done in terms of settling time of frequency deviation of all 12 areas and settling time of tie-line power deviation of two interconnected areas or two interconnected power grid by using conventional integral controller when load changed in power grid-1 (area-6).
12-Area Two Interconnected Thermal Power Grid, Synchronization or LFC- Load Frequency Control, HVAC tie-line: High Voltage Alternating Current tie-line, FACTS tie-line: Flexible AC Transmission System tie line, HVAC-HVDC parallel tie-line: High Voltage Alternating Current - High Voltage Direct Current parallel tie-line, TCPS-Thyristor Control Phase Shifter, Conventional Integral Controller