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STControl Systems and Critical Infrastructures

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STControl Systems and Critical Infrastructures ECE 504

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the maximum torque angle PJLAVVCassesS05PSS HAN DOUTSs39 mcd Page 1 of 4 April 22 2005 ECE 504 Special Topics Power System Stability Session 39 quotI Take Action J H a X Xdp XT XL X 0672 s Pm jng I 3 Vt III 0949 argI 718435 deg Vinf 3 Vt 139le t XLI lvinfl 0995 argVnf 736006 deg Shift to using Vinf as the angle reference A9 7mgvmf A9 36006 deg jAe v 7 jAe in I IeJ39Ae lit 9 Calculate E E vt jXdpI HE 010 50 argE sod 4 PJLAWCIassesS05PSSHANDOUTSs39mcd Page 2 of 4 April 22 2005 Power System Stability ll Session 39 ECE 504 Special Topics 7 ImeIIIEI P 7149 max 397 X max 7 39 c 0 5C 7 0918 Pm 7 Pmax 51115 d5 Pm d5 7 Pm 7 PmaXsin5 d5 o JSO JSO J50 PmSC 7 50 PmSmax 7 5C PmaXcos5max 7 PmaXcos5c 0 7Pm 50 7 PmaXSc PmSmax PmaXcos5max 0 PmSO PmaXSc Pm smax constant Pm50 PmaXcos5c constant 1489 Smax 90 deg Given constant PmSmax PmaXcos5max smax 7 Find5max smax 7 1442 5 7E Pe55g PmaXsin 150 1 Pmax cos 5 max April 22 2005 PJLAVVCassesS05PSS HAN DOUTSs39 mcd Page 3 of 4 ECE 504 Special Topics Power System Stability Session 39 06 04 02 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 55g PJLAVVCassesS05PSSHANDOUTSs39mcd Page 4 of 4 April 22 2005 ECE 504PS ST POWER SYSTEMS STABELI39W SESSEON no 28 u gmm m leum a wax 3n b r mqg IF 3L3 x V P 3 ECE 504 Advanced Electric Machinery Session 12a Law JD amp AS Spring 2007 Page 16 DIRECT AXIS SYNCHRONOUs MACHINE EQUATION MANIPULATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF SIMULATION IGNORING DAMPER WINDINGs NonReciprocal Per Unit System B 7 l with Lmdu l and Rfd l 1 Variables Inputs Vfd and ids Output Vds Internal 139 fd and e LLfifZWfd Unknowns Vds 139 fd and 61 ie output plus internal variables Note There are 3 unknows Therefore we need 3 equations 11 Voltage Equation P 7 R 1 Vfd DB Vfd fdlfd III Flux Linkage Equations Vfd Lffdl39fd BLmdids 2 W Ldids Lmdifd 3 IV Solve for the Input to the Integrator Select 6 as the output of the integrator Modify Eq 1 such that it is in terms of 6 instead of Vfd L L Mult1ple Vfd by 1 1n the form of p Lffd Lmd if 7 R 4 W 03 Lmd Lfdefd fdlfd Equation 4 can be rewritten as L L we R 39 5 W DBLmd q fdlfd 0 I Lmd where e 7 d 6 q Lfdef ECE 504 Advanced Electric Machinery Session 12a Law JD amp AS Spring 2007 Page 26 Dividing Eq 5 by R fd yields Vfd Vfd Lffd I 7 Rfd 1 V fd P DB Lmd Rfd 6 lfd Solve for e DB Lmd Rfd quot t dt 0 8 eq Lffd 0 Vfd W A subscript u denotes the unsaturated value of an inductance Noting that L ff and Lmd change approximately proportional to each other ie LLmd gLLmdM ffd ffdu L d DBRfd quot e39 t L v z dte39 0 10 q Lffdu 0 fd fd q The directaxis opencircuit transient time constant is de ned as d 4 i d 17I Lff u ffi 7 X 1 1 do 13 R fd DB R fd m pu ffdu ffdu Using the de nition of 1710 Eq 10 can be rewritten as Lmdu it 810 if vfd zfddte0 12 Rewriting Eq 12 to take advantage of selecting Lmdu 10 yields 1 it em A vfd ifddreq0 13 ECE 504 Advanced Electric Machinery Session 12a Law JD amp AS Spring 2007 Page 36 V Solve for 139 fd in terms of e and ids Solve Eq 2 for Lffdifd Lffdifd Vfd BLmdids 14 Divide by L ffd V d L d wif 6 quot ms 15 Lffd Lffd Multiple Vfd by l in the form of 2 L L lfd id Wfd B mdl Lmd Lffd Lffd Using the de nition of e from Eq 6 rewrite Eq 16 1 d i4 BLmdzd 17 f Lmd Lffd S The de nition of the directaxis transient inductance is given below L2 L E Ld M 18 Lffd Solvin E 18 for a ieldS39 g q Lm y L2 BdeLdLI 19 Lffd Dividing both sides of Eq 19 by Lmd yields L L L39 5 md d d 20 Lffd Lmd ECE 504 Advanced Electric Machinery Session l2a Law JD amp AS Spring 2007 Page 46 Noting that Ld L21 and Lmd change approximately proportional to each other BLmd Ldu Ldu Lffd Lmdu Rewriting Eq 21 to take advantage of selecting Lmdu 10 yields L M Ldu Lu 22 Lffd Substituting Eq 22 in to Eq 17 yields eq lfd i Ldu Ldulds 23 Lmd VI Solve for Vds in terms of e and ids Copying Eq 3 here for ease of reading st LdidsLmdifd 24 Substituting 139 fd from Eq 17 into yields Eq 24 elq BLmd st Ldlds39l Lmd i Ids 25 Lmd L ffd Using the distributive property of multiplication 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