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Dynamic stability enhancement of TCSC-based tidal power generation using quasi-oppositional harmony search algorithm

Dynamic stability enhancement of TCSC-based tidal power generation using quasi-oppositional harmony search algorithm

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This study presents the dynamic and steady state stability improvement of a tidal power generation system (TPGS) assisted power system model (i.e. single machine infinite bus (SMIB) system) using a thyristor controlled series capacitor (TCSC). To achieve this objective, the TCSC used in the studied model is optimally designed using quasi-oppositional harmony search algorithm (QOHSA). The complete dynamic equation of the studied power system is realised based on d–q-axis decomposition. Eigenvalue analysis is performed using the frequency-domain approach to study the steady-state stability while the time-domain-based simulation is carried out to determine the dynamic stability of the studied system. To corroborate the effectiveness of QOHSA, results yielded by this algorithm are compared with those obtained using particle swarm optimisation technique. It may be inferred from the results obtained in this study that the QOHSA tuned TCSC outperforms the other in improving the overall stability of the TPGS-based SMIB system following disturbance. Furthermore, a similar analysis is extended to the TPGS-based multi-machine power system model to validate the efficiency of QOHSA in optimal designing of TCSC for dynamic stability improvement.

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