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Synchronous Generator

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1 General Description .............................................................................................................................................. 4 1.1 Mathematical Description ............................................................................................................................................... 5 1.1.1 Equations with stator and rotor flux state variables in stator-side p.u.-system .............................................................. 5 1.1.2 Mechanics ................................................................................................................................................................ 7 1.1.3 Equations with stator currents and rotor flux variables as used in the PowerFactory model ........................................... 7 1.1.4 Saturation ................................................................................................................................................................ 9 1.1.5 Simplifications for RMS-Simulation ........................................................................................................................... 10 1.2 Input Parameter Conversion ......................................................................................................................................... 10 1.2.1 Reactances, Resistances and Time Constants ........................................................................................................... 10 1.2.2 Saturation .............................................................................................................................................................. 13 1.3 Input-, Output and State-Variables of the PowerFactory Model ....................................................................................... 14 1.4 Rotor Angle Definition .................................................................................................................................................. 15 2 Input/Output Definition of Dynamic Models ...................................................................................................... 17 2.1 Stability Model (RMS) ................................................................................................................................................... 17 2.2 EMT-Model .................................................................................................................................................................. 19 3 References .......................................................................................................................................................... 21

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General Description

1 General Description

The correct modelling of synchronous generators is a very important issue in all kinds of studies of electrical power systems. PowerFactory provides highly accurate models which can be used for the whole range of different analyses, starting simplified models for load-flow and short-circuit calculations up to very complex models for transient simulations. Basically there are two different representations of the synchronous generator: The round rotor generator or turbo generator The salient rotor generator

The generators with a round rotor are used when the shaft is rotating with or close to synchronous speed of 1500 min-1to 3000 min-1. These types are normally used in thermal or nuclear power plants. Slow rotating synchronous generators with speed of 60 min-1 to 750 min-1, which are for example applied in diesel or hydro power plants, are realized with salient rotors. A schematic diagram of both types of machines is shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2. These figures are also indicating the orientation d- and q-axis according to the theory of the synchronous machine developed in the next section.

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In the figures the three stator windings are shown as well as the rotor windings. The winding e is the excitation winding fed by the excitation voltage ve supplied by the excitation system. Then one damper winding can be defined for the direct (d-) axis and up to two damper windings can be included into the quadrature (q-) axes. All these windings are shown in Figure 2. The rotor is rotating with its speed . Also the rotor angle is the angle between the d-axis and the stator field.

To describe the generator equations it is common practise not to use instantaneous values leading to a threedimensional problem in the abc coordinate system, but to transform all value into a rotating reference frame. This transformation is called dq0 or Parks Transformation [1].

1.1.1 Equations with stator and rotor flux state variables in stator-side p.u.-system

Stator voltage equations (the stator current are shown in generator orientation):

u d = rs id + u q = rs iq + u0 = rs i0 +

1 d d n q n dt 1 d q + n d n dt 1 d 0 n dt

(1)

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ue = reie +

d e n dt

d D 0 = rD iD + n dt

Rotor voltage equations, q-axis, round rotor:

(2)

0 = rx ix +

d x n dt d Q

0 = rQ iQ +

n dt

(3)

0 = rQ iQ +

d Q

n dt

(4)

d = ( xl + xmd )id + xmd ie + xmd iD e = xmd id + ( xmd + xrl + xle )ie + ( xmd + xrl )iD D = xmd id + ( xmd + xrl )ie + ( xmd + xrl + xlD )iD

q-axis, full-rotor:

(5)

q-axis, salient rotor:

(6)

q = (xl + x mq )iq + x mq iQ

Q = x mq iq + (x mq + x rl + xlQ )iQ

(7)

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te = d iq q id

(8)

1.1.2 Mechanics

The accelerating torque is the difference between the input torque (mechanical torque) tm and the out put torque (electromechanic torque) te of the generator. The inertia of the generator-shaft system is then accelerated or decelerated, when an unbalance in the torques occurs. The equations of motion of the generator can then be expressed as

2 J n dn dn = Ta = tm + te 2 p z Pr dt dt

d = n n dt

(9)

The inertia of the generator and the turbine can then be expressed in a normalized per unit form as the inertia time constant H in [s], with

2 1 J0 2 p z2 Pr

H=

(10)

where pz is the number of pole pairs of the machine. The inertia time constant H can be given based on the rated apparent generator power, as shown in the equation above, or based on the rated active generator power. The mechanical starting time or acceleration time constant TA in [s] is then

Ta = 2 H

Both H and TA can be entered in PowerFactory based on Sr or Pr.

(11)

1.1.3 Equations with stator currents and rotor flux variables as used in the PowerFactory model

Subtransient Flux:

d'' = ke e + k D D q'' = k x x + kQ Q

(12)

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with

ke = kD = kx = kQ =

with

xmd xlD xd 2 xmd xle xd 2 xmq xlQ xq2 xmq xlx xq2

(13)

xd 2 = xle xlD + ( xmd + xrl )( xle + xlD ) xq2 = xlx xlQ + (xmq + xrl )(xlx + xlQ )

(14)

Using:

' d = xd'' id + d' ' ' q = xq' iq + q'

(15)

and

' 1 d d' ' n q' n dt

' u d' =

(16)

' xd' did ' ' nxq' iq + ud' n dt ' xq' diq ' ' + nxd' id + uq'

ud = rs id + uq = rs iq + u0 = rs i0 +

n dt

x0 di0 n dt

(17)

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1.1.4 Saturation

So far saturation effects where not included in the description of the equivalent circuits. The exact representation of saturation is very complex, but normally not necessary to obtain good results from simulations. Therefore in most cases saturation is represented by the saturation of the mutual reactances xmd and xmq only. Consideration of saturation of magnetizing reactance in d- and q-axis:

x md = k satd x md 0 x mq = k satq x mq 0

Saturation depending on magnitude of magnetizing flux:

(18)

m = ( d + xl id )2 + ( q + xl iq )2

(19)

The saturation of the mutual reactance xmq in the q- axis can not be measured. Thus the characteristic is assumed to be similar to the one of the d-axis. For the round rotor machine the saturation is equal in d- and qaxis. In the salient rotor machine the characteristic is weighted by the ratio xq/xd. If

m Ag :

csat =

Bg ( m Ag ) m

(20)

else:

csat = 0

The saturation coefficient ksat in d- and q-axis are calculated as follows:

(21)

k satd = k satq =

(22)

Saturated magnetizing reactances applied to all formulas (5),(6),(7) and (12),(13),(14). Saturation in subtransient reactances is not considered.

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The saturation of the leakage reactance is not included in the model. This saturation is a current saturation, i.e. high currents after short-circuits will lead to a saturation effect of the leakage reactance xl. Here it is common practice to use unsaturated values only. Although to neglect this type of saturation may lead to an underestimation of the short-circuit currents. Hence there is a way to model this effect explicitly. This saturation is an effect, which influences the SC current only in the first milliseconds, i.e. it can be assumed to be a subtransient effect. For the definition of the input parameter in the PowerFactory model please refer to section 1.2.2.

Stator voltage equations (see Eq.(17)): Neglecting stator flux transients:

' ' ud = rs id xq' iq + ud' ' ' uq = rs iq + xd' id + uq'

(23)

with:

' ' ud' = n q' ' ' uq' = n d'

(24)

Assumption that magnetizing voltage is approx. equal to magnetizing flux (for saturation):

m um =

(u

+ rs id xl iq ) + (uq + rs iq + xl id )

2

(25)

1.2.1 Reactances, Resistances and Time Constants

The set of input parameters is specified as follows: d-axis:

' ' xd' , xd , xd , xl , xrl , Td'' , Td'

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' ' xq' , xq , xq , xl , xrl , Tq'' , Tq'

' xq' , xq , xl , xrl , Tq''

' x d' , xl , x rl , xle , xlD , re , rD

q-axis, round-rotor:

' xq' , xl , xrl , xlx , xlQ , rx , rQ

' xq' , xl , xrl , xlQ , rQ

Auxiliary variables:

x1 = x d xl x rl x 2 = x1

( x d x l )2

xd

(26)

(27)

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a=

x2T1 x1T2 x1 x2

x3 b= T2T3 x3 x2

Tle = a a2 + b 2 4

(28)

a a2 TlD = b 2 4

Calculation of internal model parameter:

(29)

xle =

xlD =

(30)

re = rD =

q-axis, round rotor machine: - analoguous to d-axis parameter q-axis, salient pole machine:

xlQ = rQ =

(x

xq

' xl ) xq' xl

)

(31)

xq x

'' q

nTq''

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1.2.2 Saturation

Figure 3 shows the definition of the saturation curve of the mutual reactance. The linear line represents the airgap line indicating the excitation current required overcoming the reluctance of the air-gap. The degree of saturation is the deviation of the open loop characteristic from the air-gap line.

The characteristic is given by specifying the excitation current I1.0pu and I1.2pu needed to obtain 1 p.u respectively 1.2 p.u. of the rated generator voltage under no-load conditions. With these values the parameters sg1.0 (=csat(1.0pu) ) and sg1.2 (=csat(1.2pu) ) can be calculated. Calculation of internal coefficients based on

s g1.0 = s g1.2

ie (1.0 p.u ) 1 i0

(32)

s g1.2 s g1.0

(33)

s g1.2 s g1.0

(1 A )

g

s g1.0

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Per-unit system of rotor-flux and rotor currents: Rotor currents:

Rotor-flux:

(34)

~ e = ~ D =

xmd 0 e xe 0 xmd 0 D xD 0

x ~ x = mq 0 x xx 0 ~ Q =

With

(35)

xmq 0 xQ 0

xe 0 = xmd 0 + xlr + xle xD 0 = xmd 0 + xlr + xlD x x 0 = xmq 0 + xlr + xlx xQ 0 = xmq 0 + xlr + xlQ

Rotor voltage equations, d-axis: (36)

~ d e ~ ~ ue = ie + Te 0 dt ~ d D ~ 0 = iD + TD 0 dt

(37)

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~ d x ~ 0 = ix + Tx 0 dt d Q ~ 0 = iQ + TQ 0 dt

Rotor voltage equations, q-axis, salient pole:

(38)

~ d Q ~ 0 = iQ + TQ 0 dt

With

(39)

Te 0 = TD 0 =

xe 0 ren xD 0 rDn

x Tx 0 = x 0 rxn TQ 0 = xQ 0 rQn

(40)

The actual position of the rotor d-axis with respect to the network voltages is monitored and is important for the behaviour of the machine and for assessing its stability. It is expressed as the rotor angle. In PowerFactory the rotor angle is available with several reference angles. The angles available are: fipol / [deg]: firot / [deg]: firel / [deg]: dfrot / [deg]: phi / [rad]: Rotor angle with reference to the local bus voltage of the generator (terminal voltage) Rotor angle with reference to the reference voltage of the network (slack bus voltage) Rotor angle with reference to the reference machine rotor angle (slack generator) identical to firel Rotor angle of the q-axis with reference to the reference voltage of the network (=firot-90)

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Additionally there is the variable dfrotx available at each generator, which is indicating the maximum value of dfrot for all generators in the system. This variable can assist you to indicate, if a generator is falling out of step with respect to the reference machine angle.

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2.1 Stability Model (RMS)

psie psiD psix psiQ xspeed phi ve fref ut/utr/uti pt pgt ie xmdm pgt outofstep xme xmt cur1/cur1r/cur1i P1 Q1

Figure 5: Input/Output Definition of the synchronous machine model for stability analysis (RMSsimulation)

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Parameter ve pt xmdm Description Excitation Voltage Turbine Power Torque Input Unit p.u. p.u. p.u.

Parameter psie psiD psix psieQ xspeed phi fref ut pgt outofstep xme xmt cur1 cur1r cur1i P1 Q1 utr uti Description Excitation Flux Flux in Damper Winding, d-axis Flux in x-Winding Flux in Damper Winding, d-axis Speed Rotor Angle Reference Frequency Terminal Voltage Electrical Power Out of step signal (=1 if generator out of step) Electrical Torque Mechanical Torque Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence active power Positive-sequence reactive power Terminal Voltage, real part Terminal Voltage, imaginary part Unit p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. rad p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u.

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2.2 EMT-Model

psie psiD psix psiQ xspeed phi ve pt fref ut/utr/uti pgt ie xmdm pgt outofstep xme xmt cur1/cur1r/cur1i P1 Q1

Figure 6: Input/Output Definition of the HVDC converter model for stability analysis (EMTsimulation)

Parameter ve pt xmdm Description Excitation Voltage Turbine Power Torque Input Unit p.u. p.u. p.u.

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Parameter psie psiD psix psieQ xspeed phi fref ut pgt outofstep xme xmt cur1 cur1r cur1i P1 Q1 utr uti Description Excitation Flux Flux in Damper Winding, d-axis Flux in x-Winding Flux in Damper Winding, d-axis Speed Rotor Angle Reference Frequency Terminal Voltage Electrical Power Out of step signal (=1 if generator out of step) Electrical Torque Mechanical Torque Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence current Positive-sequence active power Positive-sequence reactive power Terminal Voltage, real part Terminal Voltage, imaginary part Unit p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. rad p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u. p.u.

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References

3 References

[1] P. Kundur, Power System Stability and Control, McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1994.

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