This article deals with a novel method for detecting and analyzing inter-area oscillations on electric power transmission networks. The method starts from the modal analysis performed by the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) algorithm, which is able to exploit the synchronized acquisitions of various measurement instruments to detect the mode of a dynamic system. Compared with the classical algorithm, the proposed method presents a fundamental improvement, which ensures its reliability even without having prior information on the type of input signal. In particular, the order of the DMD, i.e., the number of modes characterizing the acquired signal, is dynamically updated according to its energy content. The method has been tested with simulated signals, considering both single-oscillation signals and two-oscillation signals, varying the amplitude, frequency, and damping of the oscillatory components. In this way, the improvement with respect to the classical DMD was highlighted and the performance in terms of deviation between the estimated and nominal parameters was evaluated. Furthermore, the assessment on real life acquired signals has been performed; the results confirmed the reliability and accuracy of the measurement method, even in the presence of noisy signals and ambient data.

Detection and Analysis of Inter-Area Oscillations Through a Dynamic-Order {DMD} Approach / Liccardo, Annalisa; Tessitore, Salvatore; Bonavolonta, Francesco; Cristiano, Sara; DI NOIA, LUIGI PIO; Maria Giannuzzi, Giorgio; Pisani, Cosimo. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT. - ISSN 0018-9456. - 71:(2022), pp. 1-14. [10.1109/TIM.2022.3186371]

Detection and Analysis of Inter-Area Oscillations Through a Dynamic-Order {DMD} Approach

Annalisa Liccardo;Salvatore Tessitore;Francesco Bonavolonta;Sara Cristiano;Luigi Pio Di Noia;Cosimo Pisani
2022

Abstract

This article deals with a novel method for detecting and analyzing inter-area oscillations on electric power transmission networks. The method starts from the modal analysis performed by the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) algorithm, which is able to exploit the synchronized acquisitions of various measurement instruments to detect the mode of a dynamic system. Compared with the classical algorithm, the proposed method presents a fundamental improvement, which ensures its reliability even without having prior information on the type of input signal. In particular, the order of the DMD, i.e., the number of modes characterizing the acquired signal, is dynamically updated according to its energy content. The method has been tested with simulated signals, considering both single-oscillation signals and two-oscillation signals, varying the amplitude, frequency, and damping of the oscillatory components. In this way, the improvement with respect to the classical DMD was highlighted and the performance in terms of deviation between the estimated and nominal parameters was evaluated. Furthermore, the assessment on real life acquired signals has been performed; the results confirmed the reliability and accuracy of the measurement method, even in the presence of noisy signals and ambient data.
2022
Detection and Analysis of Inter-Area Oscillations Through a Dynamic-Order {DMD} Approach / Liccardo, Annalisa; Tessitore, Salvatore; Bonavolonta, Francesco; Cristiano, Sara; DI NOIA, LUIGI PIO; Maria Giannuzzi, Giorgio; Pisani, Cosimo. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT. - ISSN 0018-9456. - 71:(2022), pp. 1-14. [10.1109/TIM.2022.3186371]
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