Control Secundario con Estandard de Desempeno: El caso de Chile (Perfomance Standard-Compliant Secondary Control: The Case of Chile)

Avila Tomas (tomas.avila@usach.cl)1, Gutierrez Eduardo (eduardo.gutierrez@usach.cl)1, Chavez Hector (hector.chavez@usach.cl)1


1Universidad de Santiago, Chile

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: July 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 7 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
The two largest interconections in Chile (SIC and SING) are about to become interconnected. As power balance is a concern in the operation of a power system, it is important to understand the operation of AGC while systems become interconected. In this sense, the performance of the AGC systems after the interconection may change, and the new operating condition may require a change in the parameters of the AGC controllers to comply with performance standards. This work presents an analisis to determine the parameters of the AGC systems in the two interconection to comply with frequency control perfromance standards and minimize the required reserves. In the absence of a Chilean secondary frequency control performance standard, the North American standards are considered. To validate the results, empirically-validated frequency response models of SING and SIC are considered to obtain numerical results.

Index Terms:
Power system dynamics, power system simulation, secondary frequency control, wind power generation   


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