Dynamic Power System Security Analysis Using a Hybrid PSO-APO Algorithm

  • K. Teeparthi Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Warangal, Warangal, India
  • D. M. Vinod Kumar Department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Warangal, Warangal, India
Volume: 7 | Issue: 6 | Pages: 2124-2131 | December 2017 | https://doi.org/10.48084/etasr.1477

Abstract

In this paper, a novel hybrid particle swarm optimization and artificial physics optimization (HPSO-APO) algorithm is proposed to solve the dynamic security constrained optimal power flow (DSCOPF) problem for enhancing system security. The dynamic security assessment deals with contingency analysis which is carried out using a performance index. DSCOPF recommends preventive control actions like generator rescheduling to alleviate an existing credible contingency in the system while ensuring minimal operating cost. The OPF problem is a highly nonlinear differential one and becomes more complex when considering the rotor dynamics of the system. The APO algorithm has the capability to reach a near global optimum value. However, it suffers from convergence problem. On the other hand, PSO exhibits premature convergence characteristics, but it may get trapped at a local optima value. The proposed HPSO-APO algorithm combines both individual algorithm strengths, to get balance between global and local search capability. The proposed method has been evaluated on a standard IEEE six-generator, 30-bus system and a New England ten-generator, 39-bus test system. The proposed HPSO-APO algorithm gives an efficient and robust optimal solution of DSCOPF problem compared to standard PSO and APO methods.

Keywords: dynamic security assessment, overload alleviations, security enhancement, hybrid evolutionary algorithm, stability limits

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