Real-time power system linear model identification: instrumentation and algorithms

Zbigniew Staroszczyk , Adam Jóśko

Abstract

In the paper the solution of the measuring system for power system linear model identification is presented. Power signal properties which influence signal processing methods are discussed. It is pointed out how important is the system impedance information to system description, especially if the system is loaded with nonsinusoidal currents. Two methods of impedance measurements, assuring good quality of impedance estimation for the non-stationary power system are discussed. The presentation is illustrated with experimental data from real system measurements
Author Zbigniew Staroszczyk (FoEE / ITEEMIS)
Zbigniew Staroszczyk,,
- The Institute of the Theory of Electrical Engineering, Measurement and Information Systems
, Adam Jóśko (FoEE / ITEEMIS)
Adam Jóśko,,
- The Institute of the Theory of Electrical Engineering, Measurement and Information Systems
Pages897-901 vol.2
Book Proceedings of the 17th IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 2000. IMTC 2000, vol. 2, 2000
Keywords in Englishalgorithms, electric impedance measurement, harmonic sources, linear systems, measuring system, nonsinusoidal currents, nonstationary power system, post-FFT processing, power signal properties, power system analysis computing, power system harmonics, power system identification, power system linear model identification, power system measurement, real-time identification, signal processing methods, signal sampling, system impedance information, time-domain analysis, Time domain method, virtual instrumentation
DOIDOI:10.1109/IMTC.2000.848861
Score (nominal)3
Publication indicators WoS Citations = 8; GS Citations = 16.0; Scopus Citations = 17
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