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IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol.

4, Issue 02, 2016 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613

Power Transfer Capability Improvement of Transmission Line using


TCSC
Kailas Bharatbhai Khimsuriya1 Mehul Dansinh Solanki2
1
M.E Scholar 2Assistant Professor
1,2
Department of Electrical Engineering
1,2
Shantilal Shah Engineering College, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India- 364060
Abstract this paper deals with the single phase Thyristor
controlled series capacitor (TCSC) to improve the power
transfer capability in transmission line. The Aim of this
work is to show the possibilities of using TCSC and its
MATLAB/SIMULINK modelling of a simple model of
electrical network with two parallel lines simulate the
behaviour of TCSC in terms of power flow control through
the lines. The simulation results show that TCSC controller
provides a better performance in the open loop system and
desire control of power flow in the incorporate of TCSC line
can achieve.
Key words: TCSC, FACTS, Power Flow Control, Power
System, Modelling of TCSC, MATLAB/Simulink
I. INTRODUCTION
The electricity is an essential part of our life and need to get
electricity to the consumer in reliable and specified quality.
Nowadays, the demand of electricity has dramatically
increased and a modern power system becomes highly
complex in nature. Due to the excessive demand of
electrical power, the size and complexity of power systems
is increasing equally. To meet this demand, it is essential to
raise the transmitted power along with the existing
transmission facilities. Therefore, the Grid companies are
more interested in raising and controlling the power-flow
through the main transmission lines without losing system
reliability.
In reality, the power transfer capability of
transmission line is reduced by a number of various
mechanisms, including stability, voltage and thermal
constraints. Different components and transmission lines in
a large interconnected power system can also be affecting
the transfer capability on some certain transmission paths.
The changes of inductive impedance of line greatly affect
the active power flow. Power flow is based on the inverse of
the transmission line impedance. Hence, the need to transfer
power over long transmission lines is becoming very
important.
Therefore, FACTS devices were proposed, which
have facilitate the power control, enhance the power transfer
capacity, decrease the line losses and generation costs, and
improve the stability and security of the power system.
The significant device from the group of FACTS is a TCSC,
which finds application in solving many problems in the
power system. Its properties can increase the power
transmission capacity and power flow control.

Fig. 1: Block Diagram of TCSC


The TCSC device is simply to increase the
fundamental frequency voltage across a fixed capacitor by
appropriate variation of the firing angle of TCR. This
enhanced voltage changes the effective value of series
capacitive reactance.
The steady-state impedance of the TCSC is that of
a parallel LC circuit, consisting of a fixed capacitive
impedance, XC, and a variable inductive impedance, X L(),
that is,
X TCSC
X TCR

X C X L

X L X C

1
BTCR

where X L X L

XL

2 sin 2

X L (= L ) X TCR

XL = L and is the delay angle measured from


the crest of the capacitor voltage or equivalent zero crossing
of the line current. As the impedance of the controlled
reactor, XL (), is varied from its maximum (infinity) toward
its minimum (L), the TCSC increases its minimum
capacitive impedance, XTCSC.min = XC = 1/C, (and thereby
the degree of series capacitive compensation) until parallel
resonance at XC = XL() is established and XTCSC.max
theoretically becomes infinite. Under normal operating
conditions TCSC can operate in four modes of operation,
namely: blocked mode, bypassed mode, capacitive and
inductive mode
The effective reactance of TCSC operates in three
regions:1) Inductive region: 0 Llim. range,
2) Capacitive region: Clim 90 range,
3) Resonance region: L lim C lim range,

II. TCSC CONTROLLER


The basic structure of TCSC is shown in Fig.1. Which
consist of a fixed series capacitor (FC) connected with
parallel TCR. Where, The TCR is formed by a reactor in
series with a bi-directional thyristor switch.
Fig. 2: Reactance vs Firing Angle Characteristic Curve

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III. TCSC MODELING USING SIMULINK


The block diagram of simple electrical two bus network
consists of a voltage source, load, two parallel identical
lines, and TCSC bock. In this system, TCSC is installing in
the second transmission line of two bus network. Therefore,
the TCSC will control the power flow in second
transmission line by reducing effective impedance of that
line. The diagram of simple network with TCSC Controller
has been shown in Figure 3.
V2

V1

I1

L1

R1

I2

Fig. 4: Matlab modeling of TCSC integrated with system

L2

R1
P=300MW
Q=150Mvar

IDEAL VOLTAGE
SOURCE

values of angle switching thyristors, TCSC can change the


impedance of the line and thereby regulates the power flow
as required.

T1

T2

TCSC

LOAD

Fig. 3: Block diagram of the model of electrical network


with TCSC
The parameters of TCSC device are follows:
Inductance of TCR L = 0.0012 H,
Capacitance of TCSC c = 0.0011 F,
Ratio Xl / Xc = 0.1256.
With 90.4mH as the transmission line reactance,
this line reactance is compensated by providing capacitive
reactance of TCSC controller. The parameters of TCSC
model were designed so that the Percentage of
compensation of TCSC was approximately 40% when
switching thyristors angle = 70, according to the following
calculations:
Reactance of line No.2 is
2 = 2 = 28.38
Percentage of compensation can be determined by the
equation[7]
X TCSC
K
0<k<1

B. Modeling Single Phase TCSC Module


Controller block is the shown in figure 5. From the value of
the capacitor voltage and inductive current of TCSC, We
can get the value of impedance and angle alpha. Than these
values are transferred to sub block of controller which
generates the triggering pulse. There is firing block in which
line current is matched using Phase Lock Loop. The TCSC
is controlled by varying the phase delay of the thyristor
firing pulses synchronized to the line current waveform
through a PLL which Matched phase and frequency of line
current along with angle alpha is used for generation of
triggering pulses. So controller sub system block work as a
feedback system for TCSC because it keeps that reference
impedance to be matched with measured impedance.

X TL

A. TCSC Integrated with System (Open Loop)


In the matlab model; A TCSC is placed on a 400kV, long
transmission line, to improve power transfer. The nominal
compensation is 40%, i.e. using only the capacitors (firing
angle of 90deg). The natural oscillatory frequency of the
TCSC is 148.54Hz. Since the resonance for this TCSC is
around 56deg firing angle, the operation is prohibited in
firing angle range 47deg - 67deg. The capacitive mode is
achieved with firing angles 58-89.5 deg. The impedance is
lowest at 90deg, and therefore power transfer increases as
the firing angle is reduced.
In Figure 3The diagram of simple network with
Single phase TCSC Controller; the parameter lines are the
same, the flow of active and reactive power is distributed
evenly on both lines, and i.e. the power flows of the given
lines are equal. The voltage drops at the load due to loss of
voltage on lines.
Incorporating of TCSC device to one of the lines
changes the power flow in given lines according to level
desired. This change is achieved by changing the impedance
of line, in which is installed TCSC device. With the entry

Fig. 5: Modeling Of Singe Phase TCSC Module


C. Generation of Trigger Pulse
In Fig 4.3 show that the capacitor voltage, inductive current
of TCSC block and angle alpha are input signals to the firing
block sub system. Initially assumed to the value of firing
pulse and voltage are equal to one then output of saturation
block also gives one which is store in the memory block.
Now, if the value of the current signal is one(which is
depand of nature of the cycle) then generate the output
signal that is triggering pulse for the thyristor of controller.

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Waveforms for i, vC and iL for varying firing angle from


170 to 150 is shown in figure 8.
At firing alpha = 70 deg, The corresponding
waveform of capacitor voltage and TCR current are shown
in below; The load voltage around 322kv and The load
current around 907 amp at receiving side which can be
increased by reducing firing angle of TCR.

Fig. 6: Trigger Pulse Unit


IV. SIMULATION RESULTS
In the modeled electrical network , As Figure 6.4 shows at
t=0 sec to t=2.5sec, the firing angle change the value from
170^ to 150^ , Impedance of TCSC is capacitive
and Therefore there is a change in power flow on lines No.2,
whose value has risen that is P= 147 MW to P= 171 MW
(measured at the load).

Fig. 6: Firing pulse at t=0 to 2.5sec for varying =170 to


150

Fig. 9: The load voltage at =70

Fig. 10: The load current at =70


At particularly firing alpha =70, the power flow in
second line is equal to 146 MW where the actual power flow
in the system is about 300MW. Therefore the actual power
will try to more flow in second line compare to other line.

Fig. 10: Active Power flow at firing angle alpha 70


A. Analysis in Capacitive Region
Fig. 7: Actual power flow for varying =170 to 150

ALPHA
60
65
70
75
80
85
89.5

Xtcsc(alpha*pi/180)
-13.41
-5.0058
-3.67
-3.2252
-3.0583
-3.0068
-3.00
Table 1:

POWER (MW)
171
151
148
147.73
147
146.9
146.97

Fig. 8: i, vC and iL for varying =170 to 150


The variation in capacitance voltage vC and TCR
current i for different conduction angle is observed in The
MATLAB Simulink waveforms of the module. The

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Fig. 11:
System Parameter
Value
Supply frequency
50Hz
Supply voltage [Vrms]
415V
Resistor Rl
2.25
Inductor Ll
0.316mH
Capacitor Cl
9mF
Inductor Lf
0.25mH
Capacitor Cdc
2.4mF
DC bus voltage
840V
Source inductance
196H
Proportional gain
0.15
Integral gain
0.05
Table 2: System Parameters
V. CONCLUSION
In this paper power flow control in transmission line is done
by using TCSC controller. TCSC device is implemented in a
simple two bus electrical network and mathematic modeling
of the system with open loop control strategy has been done
with help of MATLAB/SIMULINK software and the
performance of TCSC device has been found to be
excellent.
The simulation results show that the power flow
can vary in second transmission line as our desire level by
changing firing angle of TCSC device. Furthermore, the
reversal capacitor voltage is also reduced with help of TCSC
device.

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