Event-trigger dynamic state estimation for practical WAMS applications in smart grid

Zhen Li, Sen Li, Tyrone Fernando, Xi Chen

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Abstract

This book describes how dynamic state estimation application in wide-area measurement systems (WAMS) are crucial for power system reliability, to acquire precisely power system dynamics. The event trigger DSE techniques described by the authors provide a design balance between the communication rate and estimation performance, by selectively sending the innovational data. The discussion also includes practical problems for smart grid applications, such as the non-Gaussian process/measurement noise, packet dropout, computation burden of accurate DSE, robustness to the system variation, etc. Readers will learn how the event trigger DSE can facilitate the effective reduction of communication rates, with guaranteed accuracy under a variety of practical conditions in smart grid applications. Focuses on dynamic state estimation (DSE) design for practical smart grid applications; Summarizes the event trigger strategy design for DSE.; Enables designs that reduce the communication rate and achieve balance between the bandwidth and accuracy.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Number of pages285
ISBN (Electronic)9783030456580
ISBN (Print)9783030456573
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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