September 15, 2020
Conference Paper

Frequency Responsive Demand in U.S. Western Power System Model

Marcelo Elizondo
Karan Kalsi
Wei Zhang
Christian Moya

Abstract

Frequency control from the demand side presents a novel and viable way to complement control by traditional generators. This paper presents simulation tests of a previously developed load controller in a large interconnected system model. The controller was implemented as a user defined model in PowerWorld software. WECC system model was used. The simulation tests include comparison of situation with and without control, sensitivities to controller location, control gain parameters, and type of end-use loads. The performance is measured in terms of frequency and intertie power flow deviations after a large generator outage.

Revised: September 15, 2020 | Published: September 1, 2015

Citation

Elizondo M.A., K. Kalsi, C. Moya, and W. Zhang. 2015. "Frequency Responsive Demand in U.S. Western Power System Model." In IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, July 26-30, 2015, Denver, Colorado, 1-5. Piscataway, New Jersey:IEEE. PNNL-SA-106784. doi:10.1109/PESGM.2015.7286352