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Advancement in Wide Area Monitoring Protection and Control Using PMU’s Model in MATLAB/SIMULINK

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A big step forward to improve power system monitoring and performance, continued load growth without a corresponding increase in transmission resources has resulted in reduced operational margins for many power systems worldwide and has led to operation of power systems closer to their stability limits and to power exchange in new patterns. These issues, as well as the on-going worldwide trend towards deregulation of the entire industry on the one hand and the increased need for accurate and better network monitoring on the other hand, force power utilities exposed to this pressure to demand new solutions for wide area monitoring, protection and control. Wide-area monitoring, protection, and control require communicating the specific-node information to a remote station but all information should be time synchronized so that to neutralize the time difference between information. It gives a complete simultaneous snap shot of the power system. The conventional system is not able to satisfy the time-synchronized requirement of power system. Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) is enabler of time-synchronized measurement, it communicate the synchronized local information to remote station.

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W. Rahman, M. Ali, A. Ullah, H. Rahman, M. Iqbal, H. Ahmad, A. Zeb, Z. Ali, M. Shahzad and B. Taj, "Advancement in Wide Area Monitoring Protection and Control Using PMU’s Model in MATLAB/SIMULINK," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2012, pp. 294-307. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2012.34040.

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