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Operating-point-parameterized State-space Models of Black-boxed Grid-following Inverters for Maximum Transferable Active Power Prediction
  • Weihua Zhou ,
  • Nabil Mohammed ,
  • Behrooz Bahrani
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Abstract

This letter, based on measuring the admittance of a black-boxed grid-following inverter (GFLI) at seven distinct operating points to synthesize an operating-point-parameterized state-space model (OPP SSM), presents an efficient method for analytical prediction of the maximum transferable active power (MTAP) injected by the black-boxed GFLI into the grid under any arbitrary grid condition and reactive power injection level. The proposed method obviates the need for repetitive electromagnetic transient time-domain simulations or frequency-domain impedance criteria by gradually increasing active power output until the MTAP is reached. The feasibility of the synthesized OPP SSM for MTAP prediction has been experimentally validated on a power-controlled GFLI, demonstrating its potential for aiding the integration of inverter-based resources in modern power systems.
25 Jan 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
29 Jan 2024Published in TechRxiv