Papu Moni Saikia, Mrinal Buragohain, Nipan Kumar Das
Enhancement of Power Transient Stability via F_NIDC optimized STATCOM with Integrated Energy Storage Model
In Interconnected power system, it must maintain power, voltage, and frequency quality within specified limits. Because of low frequency oscillations are inherently present in power systems as a result of disturbances; extreme caution is required to maintain their stability. FACTS devices are used to improve power system stability using the proposed F_NIDC method. This work establishes an Optimized STATCOM via Efficacious Energy Storage Model in order to stabilize the power system. F_NIDC is a hybrid of a Fuzzy logic controller and a Novel Intelligent Damping Controller (NIDC) that is used to achieve a rapid improvement in transient stability and fault clearing time. Battery storage is used in conjunction with a super capacitor as an energy storage scheme (ESS). It is linked to a STATCOM in order to stabilize and mitigate system oscillations. STATCOM must be fine-tuned using the Consortium Time-Domain based Optimization Algorithm, which has a high ability to find the most relevant and optimistic outcomes. As a result, a novel F-_NIDC design is proposed in this paper to implement such a system.
Flexible alternating current transmission system (FACTS), Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM), Novel Intelligent Damping Controller, Fuzzy Logic Controller
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Papu Moni Saikia, Mrinal Buragohain, Nipan Kumar Das. (2022) Enhancement of Power Transient Stability via F_NIDC optimized STATCOM with Integrated Energy Storage Model. Journal of Electromagnetics, 4, 18-29