James Jianqiao Yu, Albert Y.S. Lam, David J. Hill, Yunhe Hou, and Victor O.K. Li
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, Volume 10, Issue 4, Jul. 2019, Pages 3732-3742
This paper presents a novel delay aware synchrophasor recovery and prediction framework to address the problem of missing power system state variables due to the existence of communication latency. This capability is particularly essential for dynamic power system scenarios where fast remedial control actions are required due to system events or faults. While a wide area measurement system can sample high-frequency system states with phasor measurement units, the control center cannot obtain them in real-time due to latency and data loss. In this work, a synchrophasor recovery and prediction framework and its practical implementation are proposed to recover the current system state and predict the future states utilizing existing incomplete synchrophasor data. The framework establishes an iterative prediction scheme, and the proposed implementation adopts recent machine learning advances in data processing. Simulation results indicate the superior accuracy and speed of the proposed framework, and investigations are made to study its sensitivity to various communication delay patterns for pragmatic applications.