The paper presents the results of a theoretical study on the behaviour of a battery storage system operated as a Fast Reserve Unit and equipped with additional synthetic inertia control. The Fast Reserve Unit is assumed connected to the transmission system of Sicily, operated as an isolated grid in order to show more clearly the effect of the Fast Reserve Unit intervention during a power imbalance. The unit is controlled also to provide synthetic inertia with a conventional control scheme and with a new scheme proposed by the authors and named “Modular Synthetic Inertia”. The latter has been conceived for offering a modular response as a function of the Rate of Change of Frequency, to avoid short repetitive charging/discharging of the battery.

Di Dio V., Sciume' G., Zizzo G., Musca R., Vasile A. (2021). Analysis of a Fast Reserve Unit Behaviour with Additional Modular Synthetic Inertia Control. In 2021 IEEE 15th International Conference on Compatibility, Power Electronics and Power Engineering, CPE-POWERENG 2021 (pp. 1-6). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/CPE-POWERENG50821.2021.9501206].

Analysis of a Fast Reserve Unit Behaviour with Additional Modular Synthetic Inertia Control

Di Dio V.;Sciume' G.;Zizzo G.;Musca R.;Vasile A.
2021-07

Abstract

The paper presents the results of a theoretical study on the behaviour of a battery storage system operated as a Fast Reserve Unit and equipped with additional synthetic inertia control. The Fast Reserve Unit is assumed connected to the transmission system of Sicily, operated as an isolated grid in order to show more clearly the effect of the Fast Reserve Unit intervention during a power imbalance. The unit is controlled also to provide synthetic inertia with a conventional control scheme and with a new scheme proposed by the authors and named “Modular Synthetic Inertia”. The latter has been conceived for offering a modular response as a function of the Rate of Change of Frequency, to avoid short repetitive charging/discharging of the battery.
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Di Dio V., Sciume' G., Zizzo G., Musca R., Vasile A. (2021). Analysis of a Fast Reserve Unit Behaviour with Additional Modular Synthetic Inertia Control. In 2021 IEEE 15th International Conference on Compatibility, Power Electronics and Power Engineering, CPE-POWERENG 2021 (pp. 1-6). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/CPE-POWERENG50821.2021.9501206].
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