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Type: Conference paper
Title: Benchmark testing methodology for continuous modal-estimation algorithms
Author: Vowles, D.
Gibbard, M.
Geddey, D.
Bones, D.
Citation: Proceedings of the IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, 26-30 July, 2009, pp.1-8
Publisher: IEEE
Publisher Place: USA
Issue Date: 2009
Series/Report no.: IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting PESGM
ISBN: 9781424442416
ISSN: 1944-9925
Conference Name: IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (2009 : Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
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D.J Vowles, M.J. Gibbard, D. K. Geddey and D. Bones
Abstract: A practical methodology for defining the required characteristics of sets of stationary and non-stationary test-signals for benchmarking the performance of modal-estimators is described along with the assessment criteria. The algorithm for the modal-estimator assessed in this paper is used in the Australian National Grid for system damping performance and model calibration. The efficient computational methods used to generate the test-signals are described and are based on detailed models of the operator's own system. The benchmarking methodology has been applied in practice to rigorously and independently assess the relative performance of a number of practical modal-estimators. As a result the system operator is able to identify the key strengths and limitations of the various modal-estimators for their own system and apply the appropriate estimator to the desired application, i.e. short-term or long-term estimation. The set of generated test-signals has proved to be of benefit to the developers of modal-estimators as they endeavour to improve their estimation algorithms.
Rights: Copyright © 2009 IEEE
RMID: 0020084264
DOI: 10.1109/PES.2009.5275491
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