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Zbornik radova, Elektrotehnički institut "Nikola Tesla"
2013, iss. 23, pp. 85-98
article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published on: 16/12/2013
doi: 10.5937/zeint23-4893
Joint excitation and reactive power control in thermal power plant
University of Belgrade, Electrical Engineering Institute 'Nikola Tesla'

e-mail: Jasna.dragosavac@ieent.org

Project

Energy efficiency Improvement of Hydro and Thermal power plants in EPS by development and implementation of power electronics based regulation and automation equipment (MESTD - 33020)

Abstract

The coordinated voltage and reactive power controller, designed for the thermal power plant, is presented in the paper. A brief explanation of the need for such device is given and justification for commissioning of such equipment is outlined. After short description of the theoretical background of the proposed control design, the achieved features of the commissioned equipment are fully given. Achieved performances are illustrated by recorded reactive power and bus voltage responses after commissioning of the described equipment into the largest thermal power plant in Serbia. As it can be seen in presented records, all design targets are met.

Keywords

Thermal power plant; information systems; reactive power - voltage control; Joint Excitation and Reactive Power Control

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