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Technical Note

. 2016; 4(1): 1-6


CONTROL ANALYSIS OF STATCOM UNDER POWER SYSTEM FAULTS

Dr.K.Sundararaju, T.Rajesh.

Abstract
Voltage source convertors based static
synchronous compensators are used in the
transmission and distribution line for voltage
regulation and reactive power compensation.
Nowadays angle controlled STATCOM have been
deployed in the utilities to improve the output voltage
waveform quality with lower losses compared to that
of PWM STATCOMS. Even though angle control
STATCOM has lot of advantages, it suffers in their
operation, when unbalanced and fault conditions
occur in the transmission and distribution lines. This
paper presents an approach of Dual Angle control
strategy in STATCOM to overcome the drawbacks of
the conventional angle control and PWM controlled
STATCOMS. Here, this paper will not completely
changes the design of conventional angle control
STATCOM, instead it add only (αac ) AC oscillations
to the output of the conventional angle controller
output (αdc) to make it as a dual angle controlled.
Hence the STATCOM is called dual angle controlled
(DAC) STATCOM.

Key words: Dual angle control (DAC),hysteresis controller, STATCOM.


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