Detecting the effect of power grid Synchronization failure due to variations in frequency and voltage
Author(s):
Krunal Gotmare, Dr.Chandrashekhar S. Hiwarkar, Yash More, Sushant Giradkar
Keywords:
Grid Synchronization, voltage variation, frequency variation, Timer, Microcontroller.
Abstract
In this project we are going to implement the use of up-to-date technology in sensing the very low variations in frequency or voltage magnitude of a generator in a Power grid in which there may be many generators working in synchronism with the grid in terms of phase sequence, voltage magnitude and frequency. In today’s practical Power grid as we all know many generators or power source are working together and to maintain stability between all, the detection and isolation of the sources falling out of synchronism, is of crucial significance as otherwise it would have caused the entire system to fail. Hence various techniques have been developed in industries and power plants (especially solar power plants) to keep all the generators and sources in synchronism with the Power Grid and in case of and failure detect and isolate the failed generator out of the grid and hence maintain a stable operation of the Power System
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Unique Paper ID: 159882

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 741 - 743
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