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Sub Synchronous Resonance Damping in Interconnected Power Systems

Sub Synchronous Resonance Damping in Interconnected Power Systems

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Subsynchronous Resonance Damping in Interconnected Power Systems
Nadia Yousif, Majid Al-Dabbagh

Electrical Energy and Control Systems
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
RMIT University \u2013 City Campus
S3026355@student.rmit.au

Abstract

In this paper, the subsynchronous resonance (SSR) for IEEE second benchmark system is investigated using Matlab based on the Power System Block-set (PSB) in conjunction with Simulink. The effects of both series compensation level and fault clearing time on SSR are investigated.

The results obtained verify the effect of series compensation level on the subsynchronous frequencies. These studies are confirmed using both frequency analysis and eigenvalue techniques, which are carried out based on Matlab control system toolbox. In addition, the influence of both fault clearing time and series compensation level on maximum magnitudes of the turbine-generator shaft torques have been analysed using time domain simulation technique.

Introduction:

Series capacitors have been extensively used as a very effective means of increasing power transfer capability of transmission system, and improving transient and steady state stability limits of a power system. This is due to partially compensating the reactance of the transmission lines. However, the application of series capacitors may lead to the phenomenon of subsynchronous resonance. Under a disturbance,

series
capacitors
may

excite subsynchronous oscillations, when electrical resonant frequency (fer) of the network is close to natural torsional mode frequency of turbine-generator shaft. Under such circumstance the shaft will oscillate at this natural frequency.

This oscillation might grow to endurance limit in seconds resulting in shaft fatigue and possibly damage and failure. Therefore, there is a need to investigate and analyse subsynchronous resonance when planning inclusion of series capacitors for new or existing power system.

Subsynchronous resonance is addressed in three categories, i.e., induction generator effect, torsional interaction and torque amplification. In all cases, subsynchronous resonance is due to the interaction of a series capacitor with turbine-generator [1-3]. The first two types are caused by a steady state disturbance, while the third is excited by transient disturbances. Different approaches in subsynchronous resonance analysis are presented in the literature.

References 1-3 refer to three analytical methods to analyse SSR: frequency scanning, eigenvalue analysis and the time domain simulation.

Frequency scanning has been used to study induction
generator effects [4]. The eigenvalue analysis is used

to identify frequencies of subsynchronous oscillations as well as the damping of each frequency from state space model of the entire system [1]. This analysis has been regarded as a good measurement of the proper operation of SSR countermeasures suggested in [5].

Time domain simulation has been performed in different types of programs such as EMTP (Electromagnetic Transient Program). These studies provide important information regarding peak shaft that is to be expected when a certain level of series compensation is applied [6].

In this paper, an important application of the second benchmark system [4] and Matlab [7] is presented to study subsynchronous resonance that may occur in series compensated transmission systems \u2013 in particular, the simulation of the torque amplification and eigenvalue analysis of the electrical network.

The investigation of the above phenomenon is carried out using Matlab simulation and analysis tools. The subsynchronous resonance damping under different levels of series compensation in the network, and the effect of fault clearing time on the torque amplification are investigated.

System configuration:

The system considered in this paper is the IEEE second benchmark model of which the single line diagram and data used in this study are shown in figure 1 [1].

A single generator of 600 MVA, 22kV is connected to infinite busbar through transformer and two transmission lines. One line is series compensated

with three different levels (20%, 55% and 90%) of the
transmission line reactance.

The transient disturbance considered for torque amplification study is a three-phase to ground fault applied at t = 0.02 sec and removed after 0.0017 sec.

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
Frequency(Hz)
Impedance(d
B)

20% 55% 90%

The spring-mass system is composed of three masses the generator, low-pressure and high-pressure turbines.

The model is built and simulated using Power System Blockset in conjunction with Simulink. The blockset uses the Matlab computation engine to simulate and analyse the interaction of the electrical network with the mechanical part of the system.

Both the electrical network and the spring-mass system are represented in Matlab in their differential equations, linearised about an operating point (Bus1) and arranged in state space for analysis and simulation purposes [1,7]. Figure 2 shows the Matlab representation of the second benchmark system.

1
3. SUBSYNCHRONOUS RESONANCE
ANALYSIS:
3.1 Frequency analysis:

The existence of the subsynchronous mode in the study system can be identified by frequency domain calculation of network impedance at bus 1.

The impedance of the network as function of frequency is computed for different compensation levels. From the network\u2019s frequency spectrum shown in figure 3, the natural frequencies (fer) due to parallel resonance are clearly identified for each level of compensation suggested. These frequencies appear to the generator rotor as modulations of the fundamental frequency of the network (60 Hz), giving

subsynchronous frequencies (for= fo\u2013 fer). If these frequencies are close to one of the mechanical natural frequencies of the spring-mass system, the turbine \u2013 generator shaft might experience torsional modes of oscillations that will cause possible fatigue and damage.

Figure 3
3.2 Eigenvalue analysis:

There is a need to verify subsynchronous conditions severity and the distribution of these conditions between system\u2019s state variables. This can be accurately accomplished using eigenvalue analysis, which can be easily performed using Matlab control system toolbox.

Once the state space model of the system is obtained, based on its set of linearised differential equations, the eigenvalues and eigenvectors can be rapidly calculated as Power System Blockset provides the state space model for the network and spring mass system individually.

Table 1 shows eigenvalue of the electrical network for different levels of compensations, where the imaginary part indicates the frequencies of the

E.V.
Cs% = 20%
Cs% = 55%
Cs% =90%
No.
Real part
Freq (Hz)
Real part
Freq(Hz)
Real part
Freq(Hz)
1
-10989570.93
-3.15E-13
-10989570.92 2.82E-17 -10989570.92 -1.50E-17
2
-8594446.726
-1.87E-17
-8594446.726 1.32E-18 -8594446.726 2.55E-17
3
-315128.3472
3.15E-13
-315128.3122 -3.01E-19 -315128.2772 -2.79E-19
4
-10989570.93
-1.08E-10
-10989570.92 2.51E-11 -10989570.92 -4.56E-11
5
-315128.3472
-1.66E-12
-315128.3122 7.83E-14 -315128.2772 -2.03E-14
6
-15.9363
-14.0976
-15.9482
23.6272
-15.9509
-30.2944
7
-15.9363
14.0976
-15.9482
-23.6272
-15.9509
30.2944
8
-29.3275
-9.21E-17
-29.3038
-1.16E-09
-17.3074
40.9551
9
-17.2721
-19.1535
-17.2897
31.9701
-17.3074
-40.9551
10
-17.2721
19.1535
-17.2897
-31.9701
-29.2986
-1.88E-14
11
-17.2721
-19.1535
-17.2897
-31.9701
-17.3074
-40.9551
12
-17.2721
19.1535
-17.2897
31.9701
-17.3074
40.9551
13
-7.54E-07
0
-7.54E-07
0
-7.54E-07
0
14
-0.037489
0
-0.037489
0
-0.037488
0
15
-0.037489
0
-0.037489
0
-0.037488
0
ABC
abc
voltmeters
ABC
AB
C
Z1-Z0
ABC
AB
C
Z1-Z0
1.00358
Vf
Pe
t
Timer
I
n
I
n
I
n
I
n
t
1
t
2
Scope: turbine

wref Pref wm

d_theta
dw_5- 2
Tr5-2
gate
Pm
STG
m
d_theta
wm
Pe
dw
Machi nes
Measurement
Demux
N
ABC
I nduct i ve source
with neutral
ctrl
AB
C
Fault
Breaker
Cs%
0.1/600
0
Clock
ABC
abc
600MVA-60 Hz
22 kV-500 kV
Pm
Vf
AB
C
m
600MVA-22kV
60Hz-3600rpm
Figure 2
Table 2
Figure 1
Study Generator
600MVA
22 kV
R1=0.0074
R0=0.022
22 kv / 500 kV
R=0.0002
X=0.020
X1=0.0080
X0=0.240
Rsys=0.0014
Xsys=0.030
G
G
Bus 1
R2=0.0067
R0=0.0186
X2=0.073
X0=0.2109Bus 2
Infinite Busbar
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
-4
-2024
Torque(p.
LP- HP
Gen- LP
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
-0.02
-0.010
0.01
0.02
SpeedDeviat
ion%
HP
LP
Gen
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
-200
-1000
100
200
Time (s)
VCs
(kV)

Ph C
Ph B
Ph A

u.)
oscillatory modes, while the real part represents the
damping factor of these modes.

For stable conditions all eigenvalues must be at the left of imaginary axis. If the locus of a particular eigenvalue approach or cross the imaginary axis, then a critical conditions is identified that requires the application of one or more countermeasure.

In addition, the state variables that have important role to contribute to a given mode of oscillation are identified using eigenvectors. This often tells the engineer exactly those variables that need to be controlled in order to damp a subsynchronous oscillation.

Every eigenvalue has its own right-hand eigenvector that determines the distribution of the mode of response through the state variable.

Table 2 shows the right-hand eigenvectors for eigenvalues No. 8 and 10 for 55% level of compensation, where U_Cs% is the voltage across the series capacitor and IL is the current through an inductor.

3.3 Time domain simulation using PSB:

This program uses step-by-step numerical integration to solve set of differential equations representing the overall system under study.

Power System Blockset allows detailed modelling of machines and network as well as circuit breakers action and transient faults.

Time simulation is most useful to study torque amplification, where maximum turbine-generator shaft stress for predicting fatigue life expenditure of the shaft and the risk of dynamic conditions can be determined.

Figures 4 and 5 show the effect of series compensation level on the magnitude of the torque oscillation between generator and low-pressure turbine and between low pressure and high-pressure turbine. For every case of compensation the fault clearing time is 0.017 sec. The increase in maximum magnitude of the torques of the two shaft segments Gen-LP and LP- HP is evidenced when the compensation level is changed from 20% to 55%.

The fault clearing time has significant effect on the magnitudes of torque\u2019s oscillation. Figure 6 shows the oscillation of the torques, the percentage speed deviation and the voltage across the capacitor when the fault clearing time is 0.05 sec for 55% level of compensation. Table 3 shows the results of four Matlab time domain simulation cases for different fault clearing times and for 55% series compensation. The worst torque amplification is observed at 0.017

fault clearing time as the maximum torque amplitude
decreases to lower level at 0.04 sec.
State variables of the electrical networkRight hand eigenvector for
Eigenvector No. 8
Right hand eigenvector for
Eigenvector No. 10
Uc_Cs 55%/Cs = 55%/Series RLC
Branch1
0.22199+0.77801i
-0.79864-0.20136i
Uc_Cs 55%/Cs = 55%/Series RLC
Branch 2
0.22199+0.77801i
0.39905+0.10054i
Uc_Cs 55%/Cs = 55%/Series RLC
Branch 3
0.22199+0.77801i
0.3996+0.10082i
IL_winding1 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance 0.00015687+0.00054979i

0.0006424-0.0039527i
IL_winding2 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance 0.00015687+0.00054979i -0.00032063+0.0019749i
IL_winding3 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance 0.00015687+0.00054979i -0.00032177+0.0019777i
IL_winding1 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance

-0.038773-0.13589i
-0.00064347+0.0039488i
IL_winding2 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance
-0.038773-0.13589i
0.00032116-0.001973i
IL_winding3 Z1-Z0/Mutual Inductance
-0.038773-0.13589i
0.00032231-0.0019758i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
0.038616+0.13534i
6.8498e-007+3.8137e-006i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
-1.3037e-008-4.5693e-008i -1.5145e-005+4.3989e-005i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
0.038616+0.13534i
-3.4256e-007-1.9054e-006i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
-1.3037e-008-4.5693e-008i 7.5633e-006-2.1979e-005i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
0.038616+0.13534i
-3.4241e-007-1.9083e-006i
IL_600MVA-60 Hz 22 kV-500 kV
-1.3037e-008-4.5693e-008i 7.582e-006-2.2009e-005i
Table 2
Peak torque (p.u.)
Speed deviation %

Fault
clearing
time

Gen-LP
LP-HP
Gen
LP
HP
0.017
4.05
1.91
1.51
0.7
2.42
0.03
3.00
1.20
1.27
0.5
1.62
0.05
1.44
1.18
0.79
0.25
1.1
0.06
3.00
1.29
1.2
0.4
1.8
Table 3
Figure 4

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