As future power systems become increasingly complex and interconnected to other energy carriers, a single research infrastructure can rarely provide the required test-beds to study a complete energy system, especially if different types of real power hardware are expected to be in-the-loop. Therefore, virtual interconnection of laboratories for large-scale systems plays an important role for geographically distributed realtime simulation. This paper presents the improvements made in simulation fidelity as well as usability for establishing future simulator and laboratory connections. A general procedure is proposed and analyzed for geographically distributed real-time simulation, which allows users easily to adapt this procedure to specific test cases. A systematic and comprehensive analysis of a dynamic phasor based co-simulation interface algorithm and its improvements are provided to demonstrate the advantages as well as limitations of this approach.
|Name||IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference)|
|Period||14/10/19 → 17/10/19|
- Dynamic phasors
- Geographically distributed real-time simulation
- Laboratory coupling
- g, Realtime digital simulator