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PSO-tuned FOPID Controlled MGP System for Fault-Ride-Through of Renewable Sources

Author : Nidhi Pandey 1 Sheela Tiwari 2

Date of Publication :23rd November 2021

Abstract: The globe has now reached a position where Renewable Energy sources like wind, solar, etc., have a more significant role in light of the alarming rate of global warming. However, integrating renewable energy sources into the primary grid is a challenging task, with "Fault Ride Through disturbances" being one of the major issues. A Synchronous Motor Generator Pair (MGP) system can be used to ride through a fault, and it also improves inertia and network stability. This paper presents a PSO-tuned FOPID controller for the MGP system to maintain the grid voltage in the Low and High Voltage FRT scenarios in a system comprising a wind energy conversion system (WECS) and solar system. The performance of the proposed controller is then simulated and compared with the performance of the conventional PI controller. The simulation results establish the superior performance of the proposed controller in terms of settling time and peak overshoot. Further, the effect of using the Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) has also been examined

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