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Repository contains Modelica models presented in the paper "Modeling of PMU-Based Automatic Re-synchronization Controls for DER Generators in Power Distribution Networks using Modelica language," Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019, by B. Mukherjee and L. Vanfretti.
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PMU Based Automatic Re-synchronization Controller Model Implementation in Modelica

Architecture of the Automatic Re-synchronization Controller

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This repository contains an Automatic re-synchronization Controller Model Implementation. These Modelica-compliant models are briefly described in the following paper of the American Modelica Conference 2018:

Biswarup Mukherjee and Luigi Vanfretti, "Modeling of PMU-Based Automatic Re-synchronization Controls for DER Generators in Power Distribution Networks using Modelica language," Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019. [http://dx.doi.org/10.3384/ecp19157607]

Centralized Control Structure Implementation

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How to Simulate it?

In your favorite Modelica tool, e.g. Open Modelica, follow the steps below:

  • File/Open ./package.mo
  • Under the main package Modelica2019Germany_ResynchOperation, Six subpackages should appear as: (1) Controls, (2) Generators, (3) SimulationSetup, (4) Essentials, (5) PowerFlowData, (6) Network. It is recommended to use the distributed version of OpenIPSL library package (version: 1.0.0) from this repository.
  • Under the Network subpackage, go to the model Network_10MW; the Modelica implementation of the distribution network generator model is shown above including the Automatic Re-synchronization controller.
  • Go to the Simulation tab of your tool, and click the Simulate button.
  • The simulaiton results of the transmission and distribution network bus voltages should be similar to the figure shown below:

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  • You can perform similar simulations of the power system model by making your own changes using other components from the distributed package 'Modelica2019Germany_ResynchOperation.mo'.

Development and contribution

The library is developed by Biswarup Mukherjee and Luigi Vanfretti.

Contributions are welcome via pull requests.

License - No Warranty

This Modelica package is free software and the use is completely at your own risk; it can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU Public License version 3.

Copyright (C) 2019, Biswarup Mukherjee and Luigi Vanfretti

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