SSO/SSR Detection, Modeling and Analysis in a Smart Grid
15 Jul 2021
Dr M V Chilukuri
Subsynchronous Oscillations/Resonance (SSO/SSR) is a very important phenomenon in Wind Energy Integration to Smart Grid. Since 2009, there were several SSO events causing damage to the wind turbines across the world. The increase in integration of wind energy system to electric grid with series compensation leads to SSO with Type-3/4 Wind Turbines. In addition, it may also occur due to low SCR (weak grid), inverter controls connected to series capacitor, HVDC/STATCOM system. Recently, IEEE PES Task Force on SSO published TR-80 Report focusing on modeling and analysis of SSO. Study of SSO phenomenon in the Smart Grid requires advanced signal processing methods both for measurement and analysis. This webinar will discuss the modeling, detection and analysis of SSO in the Smart Grid. The application of Time-Frequency Signal Processing and Machine Learning for the study of SSO/SSR phenomenon under flicker and noise. Design of protection for the Wind Turbines as well as the system. It will also help in revision of IEEE Distributed Generation Standard 1547.