报告主题：On Smart Frequency Control
会议时间：12月7日 （周三） 14:00
Vladimir Terzija received the Dipl-Ing., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. He is a Full Professor at Skoltech, Moscow, Russian Federation. He is also a Distinguished Professor at Shandong University, Jinan, China. In the past, he has been with the University of Belgrade (Serbia). ABB （Germany）and The University of Manchester (UK). His research interests include smart grid applications; WAMPAC; power system protection: transient processes; data analytics and digital signal processing applications in power systems. Prof Terzija is Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Fellow of IEEE and the recipient of the National Friendship Award (China).
Massive integration of converter interfaced generation, e.g. Type-3 and Type-4 wind generators, PV and battery storage systems, but also power electronics connected demand, is significantly influencing power system dynamics. One of the consequences is that the system is losing one of its important features: its inertia. The system inertia is becoming not only reduced, but also time variable. Consequently, power system frequency control is becoming a challenge, asking for new solutions, capable of making sure that frequency operational and statutory limits will not be breached during normal and faulty system conditions. In this lecture, a new PMU-based Smart Frequency Control scheme will be proposed. It has been implemented in Great Britain, as a result of a large scale demonstration project entitled Enhanced Frequency Control Capabilities, EFCC, led by National Grid, UK. The project had research elements. design and development challenges, as well as hardware in the loop testing activities making sure that the proposed wide area frequency control scheme will be successfully operating in real-time.