Model Coordination Method Applied to Power System Control and Estimation Problems
This paper presents an application of the Model Coordination Method to the multi-area power system operation and control. The heirarchical structure of the Power Pool composed of member areas is analyzed. The data required for the coordination of each area are defined for the two examples of power system operation, viz., the state estimation and the voltage and reactive power control problems. The memory requirements and computation time are also discussed.
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