A Full-view Synchronized Measurement System for Renewables, Loads, and Power-electronics-enabled Power Grids
Date: Thursday, May 27 Time: – 11
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Organisation: North China Electric Power University, China
Biography of the speaker: Prof. Bi received her Ph. D degree from the University of Hongkong in 2002 and currently is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at North China Electric Power University. She also serves as the Vice President of North China Electric Power University and Executive Director of the State Key Lab of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources. She got the honor of “Distinguished Young Scholars supported by NSFC(National Natural Science Foundation of China)” in 2017. Her main area of expertise is synchronized measurement technology and its applications, power system protection and control. She is PI of NSFC projects, including National Major Research Instrument Development Project, Major International Joint Research Project and MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology) Projects, including 973, 863 and Key Basis Research Subprojects. And she has published over 200 academic papers. One National Science and Technology Progress Awards (2nd class), three Ministry and Provincial Science and Technology Progress Awards (1st class), and four Ministry and Provincial Science and Technology Progress Awards (2nd class) have been conferred. She also got the honor of Outstanding Contribution Award for Chinese Power Industry Science and Technology Development. She has established broad research collaborations with research institutes and universities in US and EU.
Abstract: With the rapid development of renewables, DC transmission, and active loads, increasingly more power electronics are and will be introduced into power grids. This has led to an increasing need for a new synchronized measurement system that covers different scenarios and applications to improve the stability and reliability of power-electronics-enabled power grids. Therefore, a full-view synchronized measurement system (SYMS) for renewables, loads, and grids is established by our group, which is composed of different types of synchronized measurement devices (SMDs) and a data center. A general design method for synchrophasor estimation of the SMDs in different scenarios is proposed by deducing phasor measurement error models. This is further applied in combination with the design of hardware and a communication protocol to develop SMDs for the measurement of the renewables, loads, and power-electronics-enabled power grids. Then, the framework of the data center of the SYMS, as well as several potential applications based on real-time measurements, are presented and discussed.