Three Area AGC Of An Interconnected Power System With Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage
In this paper, the analysis of Automatic Generation Control (AGC) of a three area interconnected power system is
done with one thermal system and two hydro systems. The effect of superconducting magnetic energy storage in each area
and the improvement in automatic generation control are analyzed. Dynamic responses of frequency deviations of each area
is compared with other area and tie line power deviations are studied under 1% load disturbance. It has been observed from
the analysis that, for small load perturbations, the dynamic performance of AGC has improved significantly. Generation Rate
Constraint (GRC) and electric governors area also incorporated into the system. The oscillations in the area frequencies and
tie-line power deviations have been damped out in the presence of superconducting magnetic energy storage system.