Identification and Estimation of Erroneous Transmission Line Parameters Using PMU Measurements
Place of publicationPortland, OR, USA
Source2018 IEEE Power Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)
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The accurate knowledge of the transmission line parameters can be beneficial for several monitoring and control applications accommodated in the power system control center. Actually transmission line parameters are stored in the control center databases (assuming that they are time invariant)however, the databases might be obsolete and contain erroneous parameters. This paper proposes a methodology for identifying and estimating the erroneous transmission line parameters using measurements provided by phasor measurement units (PMUs) and estimated states provided by a state estimator. The main advantage of the proposed methodology is that for the identification of the erroneous transmission lines and the estimation of the line parameters only one PMU is required for the monitoring of the transmission line (i.e., capture measurements related to the transmission line). The proposed methodology is tested in the IEEE 14- and 118-bus systems.