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**Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2012
**

Copyright © World Science Publisher, United States

www.worldsciencepublisher.org

24

**Optimal Tuning of TCSC Controller Using Particle Swarm
**

Optimization

1

Ali Yazdekhasti, 2,3Iman Sadeghkhani

1

**Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran
**

Department of Electrical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch, Najafabad, Iran

3

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran

2

**Email: a-yazdekhasti@grad.kashanu.ac.ir , i.sadeghkhani@ec.iut.ac.ir
**

Abstract –This paper presents parameters setting by optimization algorithm of Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) for modeling

Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC) in power system. This is done by minimizing a time-domain based objective function

of PSO. The results obtained from simulations in MATLAB/Simulink verified the effectiveness of proposed modeling and improving

power system stability.

Keywords –Thyristor Controlled Series Compensator (TCSC); optimal tuning; particle swarm optimization; power system stability.

1. Introduction

One important member of FACTS family, TCSC

(Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor) is an impedance

compensation which is applied in series reactance on an

AC transmission system to provide smooth control of

series reactance [1]. The use of these controllers had

given grid planners and operators a greater flexibility

regarding the type of control actions that could be taken

at any given time. The detailed explanations about the

FACTS controllers are well documented in the literature

and be founded in [2, 3], developed a continuous-time,

large-signal dynamic model for a TCSC. The model is

based on the representation of voltages and currents as

time-varying Fourier series, and focused on the dynamics

of the short-term Fourier coefficients [4]. The detailed

has presented dynamics of the TCSC with the analysis of

the periodic state equations, using the state variable

approach. Transient characteristics as well as steady state

characteristics of the TCSC were also presented using the

analytical equations for three operating modes of the

TCSC. A fundamental frequency model for TCSC for

analyzing the factors that influence the transient stability

of TCSC with the changed in operating conditions was

developed in 1998 [5]. A new TCSC model for angle

stability studies was used to design a simple controller

based primarily on the dynamic response of the system.

An analysis of different locally measurable controller

input signals was also presented a small signal, PhillipsHeffron [6] model of single-machine infinite bus power

system installed with a TCSC where the parameters of the

TCSC damping controller are optimized by a multiobjective Particle Swarm Optimization. This presents

difficulties for tuning the FACTS controllers in that, the

controllers tuned to provide desired performance at small

signal condition never guarantee acceptable performance

in the event of major disturbances. A conventional leadlag controller structure is preferred by the power system

utilities because of the ease of on-line tuning and also

lack of assurance of the stability by some adaptive or

variable structure techniques. The problem of FACTS

**controller parameter tuning is a complex exercise. A
**

number of conventional techniques have been done.

In the literature belonging to design problems of

conventional power system stabilizers namely: the

eigenvalue assignment, mathematical programming,

gradient procedure for optimization and also the modern

control theory. The conventional techniques were taked

more time as they are iterative and require heavy

computation burden and slow convergence. In addition,

the search process was faced to be trapped in local

minima and the solution obtained may not be optimal [7].

Recently, PSO is becoming more famous to solve the

optimization problems in different fields of applications.

Particle swam optimization is a kind of population-based

evolutionary algorithm .It is as similar as other

population based evolutionary algorithms that the

algorithm is initialized with a population of random

solutions. In PSO has motivated by the simulation of

social behavior instead of survival of the fittest, and each

candidate solution is associated with producer. The

candidate solutions, called particles, then “fly” through

the search space. The velocity is constantly adjusted

according to the corresponding particle’s experience and

the particle’s companions’experience. It is seem that the

particles will towards better solution area. Simulation

results show the advantages of using the modeling and

tuning method when performing control and stability

analysis in a power system including a TCSC controller.

The remainder of this paper is organized in five major

sections. A brief explain of TCSC is presented in Section

2. Power system modeling with the presented TCSC

controller structure is presented in Section 3. In Section 4,

application of PSO

is presented. The results are

presented and discussed in Section 5. Finally, in last

Section have compared between

PSO and GA and

conclusions are given. Effective design and accurate

evaluation of the TCSC control strategy is depend on the

simulation accuracy of this process. This paper is

presenting a function model of the TCSC in the

MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. The PSO based

optimal tuning algorithm is used to optimize the

parameters of the TCSC controller. Simulation results

The state equations may be written as [10] Pm Pe D ( 1) (2) M b ( 1) (3) The generator is represented by the third-order model comprising of the electromechanical swing equation and the generator internal voltage equation.A. is considered in this study. 2. pp. The firing angles of the thyristors were controlled to by α. XP: Inductive reactance of inductor L connected in parallel with C. the TCSC is modeled here as a variable capacitive reactance within the operating region defined by the limits imposed inductor L and bidirectional thyristors.. XTCSC (α) is shown in Fig. with XTCSC-max = XTCSC (αmin) and XTCSC-min = 0 XTCSC (180 ) = XC. 1. Vt and Eb are the generator terminal and infinite bus voltage respectively. Power System Modelling The SMIB power system with TCSC (shown in Fig. and the output signal is the reactance XTCSC (α). high enough to allow signals associated with oscillations in input signal to pass unchanged. In this paper.the equivalent reactance at the fundamental frequency will be represented as a variable reactance XTCSC.The structure consists of a gain block with gain KT. normally in response to some system parameter chance variations [3]. AEES. The state equations may be written as [10]: Figure 2. The structure of TCSC-based damping controller. 2). 1. the conduction angle of TCSC controller. XTCSC (α) was a unique-valued function. id iq E b cos E d ( x e x d ) E b sin E q d E q dt (4) (5) ( x e x q ) 1 E q ( x d x d )id E fd Tdo d E d 1 E d ( x q x q )iq dt Tqo (6) (7) v q x e id E b cos (8) v d x e i q E b sin (9) . TCSC controller structure. i. transmission line per circuit and the Thevenin’s impedance of the receiving end system respectively. XL and XTH represent the reactance of the transformer. The signal washout block serves worked as a high-pass filter. as the 0 inductive region associated with 90 < α< αr induces high harmonics that could not be properly modeled in stability studies [9]. Figure 1. Σ: 2(π−α). This relationship can be described by the following equation [8]: X TCSC ( ) X C X C2 ( sin ) (X C X P ) 4 X C2 cos 2 ( / 2 ) (XC X P ) ( k 2 1) k tan( k / 2 ) tan( / 2 ) (1) where: XC: Nominal reactance of the fixed capacitor C. There exists a steady-state relationship between α and the reactance XTCSC. The input signal of the proposed controllers is the speed deviation (Δω). a signal washout block and two-stage phase compensation blocks. the compensation ratio. XT. Vol. et al. 2. Since the relationship between α and the equivalent fundamental frequency reactance offered by TCSC. 3. αmin > αr where αr corresponds to the resonant point. The synchronous generator is delivering power to the infinite-bus through a double circuit transmission line and a TCSC. k: XC / XP. the controller was assumed to operate only in the capacitive region. Yazdkhasti. No. March 2012 25 show the advantages of using the modeling and tuning method when performing control and stability analysis in a power system with a TCSC controller. the time constant TWT. 24-29. In Fig. Single machine-infinite bus power system with TCSC. 1.. As XTCSC-min ≤ XTCSC ≤ XTCSC-max. Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC) Adjusting TCSC reactance is in accordance with a system control algorithm. Assuming that current passing through the TCSC was sinusoidal . to modulate the reactance offered by the TCSC.e.

So. 1. .. pp. xi2.. the tuning process is associated with an optimality concept through the defined objective function nd the time domain simulation. Conclusions For show the advantages of modeling the TCSC controller dynamics and tuning its parameters this paper. The ith particle is represented by Xi = (xi1.2. The value of the fitness for particle i (pbest) is also stored as Pi = (pi1. piD). 1. Objective function It is worth mentioning that the TCSC controller was designed to minimize the power the power angle deviation after a large disturbance and to quickly damp the power system oscillations. which are associated with the fittest solution it has achieved so far.. simulation studies of a SMIB power system with TCSC are carried out. Δω(t) is the rotor speed deviation and Tsim is the time range of the simulation.95 pu. with separate random numbers on the interval [0. The MATLAB/SIMULINK model of the example power system is developed [15] using equations (1-9).01–150] for KTCSC and [0.. are random numbers. changing the velocity of each particle toward its pbest and gbest according to Eq. [11]. Therefore. In this study.. δ0 = 56. et al. It is concluded that gbest version performs best in terms of decreasing inertia weight. AEES. Several modifications have been proposed in the literature to improve the PSO algorithm speed and convergence toward the global minimum. r1 and r2 . March 2012 4. so indicated that use of a constriction function may be necessary [12]. One modification is to median number of iterations to converge. VB = 1. Acceleration is weighted by a random term. the time-domain simulation of the non-linear power system model is carried out for the simulation period. vi2. These oscillations were reflected in the deviations in the generator rotor angle (∆δ). it is aimed to minimize the proposed objective functions J. pi2.A. p best version with neighborhoods of two is most resistant to local minima. the design problem can be formulated as the following optimization proble according above named Minimize J by: K T min K T K T max T1 min T1 T1 max T3 min T3 T3 max 4. Yazdkhasti. Each particle keeps track of its coordinates in hyperspace. It is a multi-agent search technique that traces its evolution to the emergent motion of the convergence of PSO. 24-29.. PSO starts with a population of random solutions ‘particles’in a D-dimension space.. The position of the ith particle is then updated according to Eq.0 pu . In PSO method.. Hence this method yields optimal parameters and the method is free from the curse (12) Tsim 0 t (t ) dt (13) where. PSO is consists of at each step.. the proposed approach employs PSO to solve this optimization problem and search for optimal TCSC controller parameters. Therefore the objective can be formulated as the minimization of J: (10) J (11) where Pid and Pgd are p best and g best. The problem constraints are the TCSC controller parameter bounds. (11) [13]. PSO algorithm is further improved via using a time introduce a local-oriented paradigm (lbest) with different neighborhoods. 4. No. Vid w v id c1 r1 ( Pid X id ) c 2 r2 ( Pgd X id ) X id x id cv id 26 of local optimality. (10).1]. (10).4 0 For more damping could connect in parallel PSS system with TCSC Typical ranges of the optimized parameters are [0.. Optimization problem Tuning a controller parameter could be viewed as an optimization problem in multi-modal space as many settings of the controller could be yielding suitable performance. the designer has the freedom to explicitly specify the required performance objectives in terms of time domain bounds on the closed loop responses. Application of Particle Swarm Optimization Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) technique is a optimization method developed by Eberhart. speed (∆ω) and accelerating power (∆Pa). However. uniformly distributed in [0. The operating point considered is: 0 PM = 0.1] applied to ith Particle being generated for acceleration toward Pbest and Gbest. In PSO optimization technique. The parameters could be seen in Appendix. viD)... and its location. It is aimed to minimize this objective function in order to improve the system response in terms of the settling time and overshoots. [12]. which leads to a reduction in the number of iterations [14].3.. xiD). The SIMULINK model for calculation of Id and Iq is shown in Fig. Vol. Traditional method of tuning doesn’t guarantee optimal parameters and in most cases the tuned parameters needs improvement through trial and error. The velocity of particle i is represented as Vi = (vi1. c1 and c2 are two positive constants. called cognitive and social parameters respectively.01–10] for KPSS. α0 = 158 . et al. obtained thus far by any particle in the population.1. The proposed approach employs PSO algorithm to solve this optimization problem and search for an optimal set of output feedback controller parameters. The global version of the PSO keeps track of the overall best value (g best). For objective function calculation.

March 2012 27 Figure 3.. the parameters used in this simulation are shown in Table 1.4 deviation of initial velocity 10 . The optimization of TCSC controller parameters is carried out by evaluating the objective cost function in Eq.4 (a)-(c) that. Figs.5 5. Unlike Genetic Algorithm (GA) and other heuristic Algorithms. The performance of the optimized controller was tested by nonlinear simulations of the power system subjected to a severe disturbance. the solution quality doesn’t need to the initial Starting anywhere in the search space the PSO algorithm ensures the convergence to the optimal solution. . No. The original system is restored upon the fault clearance. Table 1. et al. 4 (a)-(c) show the system response with respect to time for the two cases. Here though the TCSC is in the system and the legend PSO TCSC indicates the response with genetically tuned TCSC controller. 1. Typical Parameter Value for PSO Parameter number of flights Value / Type 100 number of swarm beings 50 wmax 0. pp. 1. For PSO technique. a small disturbance in mechanical power input is considered Figure 4: System response for a 100ms three-phase fault.A. Yazdkhasti. 24-29. then in This paper deals with the application of Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) to find out the optimal number. Simulation Results and Discussions and comparison PSO responding with GA For PSO technique. A three phase fault is applied at the generator terminals at t = 1 sec and cleared after 100 ms. To study the Performance of controller. the genetically tuned TCSC controller with PSO algorithm improves the stability performance of the example power system and power system oscillations are well damped out. the parameters utilized in this simulation are shown in Table 1. It is clear from the Figs. and the optimal parameter settings of multiple TCSCs devices to minimum cost of installation of these devices. PSO has more the flexibility than other to control the balance between the global and local exploration of the search space. Vol. For comparison the parameters utilized in this simulation are shown in Table 2. Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is a kind of stochastic global optimization. with PSOTCSC and with GATCSC genetically tuned TCSC controller. 1. To assess the damping characteristics of genetically tuned TCSC controller. Also it is unlike the other methods. (13). Single machine-infinite bus power system with TCSC. This unique feature of PSO overcomes the premature convergence problem and enhances the search capability.9 wmin 0. the optimal locations. AEES. two cases are considered.

Values of KP.01 0. T1. PSO and GA are employed to searching for the optimal TCSC controller parameters. 24-29.01 0. (b) Power angle (δ). (a) Accelerating power (Pa). March 2012 28 1 GATcsc PSOTcsc 0. No..A. AEES.5 -1 0 2 4 Time(s) 6 8 (a) 100 GATcsc PSOTcsc D e lta (d e g ) 90 70 60 50 30 0 2 4 Time(s) 6 8 (b) 0.015 GATcsc PSOTcsc D e v ia tio n in W (p u ) 0. et al.01 Maximum range 120 0.005 0 -0. The controller is tested on example power system . Table.660 0.01 -0.5 0.015 0 2 4 Time(s) 6 8 (c) Figure 4. 1. 1.5 Optimised parameters obtained by PSO 68. Yazdkhasti. 2. a parameter-constrained.5 P a (p u ) 0 -0. Vol. time-domain based. For the TCSC controller design problem. and (c) Deviation in w GA-TCSC and PSO-TCSC response. Then. objective function is developed to improve the performance of power system subjected to a disturbance. pp. simulation and optimal tuning of TCSC controller for enhancing power system stability.005 -0. A MATLAB/SIMULINK model is developed for a singlemachine infinite bus power system with TCSC.069 0.6851 0.1692 0.3853 Optimised parameters obtained by GA 55.0447 This paper presents a systematic procedure for modeling. T3 6. Conclusion Parameter KP Time Constants T1 Time Constants T3 Minimum range 40 0.

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