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JEET, Vol. 13, No. 1, January 2018
Supplementary Control of Conventional Coordinated Control for 1000 MW Ultra-supercritical Thermal Power Plant using Dynamic Matrix Control
Un-Chul Moon
Area A - Electric Power Engineering
Abstract This paper proposes supplementary control of conventional coordinated control of a power plant which directly affects network frequency. The supplementary control with dynamic matrix control is applied for 1000 MW power plant with ultra-supercritical (USC) once-through boiler. The supplementary control signal is added to the boiler feedforward signal in the existing coordinated control logic. Therefore, it is a very practical structure that can maintain the existing multi-loop control system. This supplementary controller uses the step response model for the power plant system, and on-line optimization is performed at every sampling step. The simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed supplementary control in a wide operating range of a practical 1000 MW USC power plant simulator. These results can contribute the stable operation of power system frequency.
Keyword Dynamic matrix control,Coordinated control,Boiler-turbine system,Ultra-supercritical boiler (USC) power plant
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