PMU measurements of IEEE 39-bus power system model
The dataset contains PMU measurements of all ten generators of IEEE 39-bus transmission system model, installed at the generators terminal. The dataset was obtained by using RTDS power system simulator and GTNETx2 based PMUs, and was stored by using Synchro-measurement Application Development Framework (SADF) Matlab library. Dataset constructs in total 86.6s of simulation and 5197 PMU measurements per generator.
The dataset contains PMU measurements of the following three use-cases, executed consecutively in one simulation:
A. Quasi-steady-state operation, where generator G1 mechanical torque is being modulated every 200 ms with a random perturbation within ± 1 % of the nominal value.
B. Quasi-steady-state operation + change in topology (2 times) caused by the applied three-phase self-cleared fault on bus B25 with permanent tripping of line B2-B25 and the delayed line B2-B25 reconnection.
C. Quasi-steady-state operation + temporal perturbation caused by the three-phase self-cleared fault on bus B14.
Use-case A continues with the use-case B. In the use-case B, a fault is applied, leading to line B2-B25 permanent disconnection. This results in the topology change. Moreover, approximately 37 s after the fault, the line B2-B25 is reconnected to restore the initial topology (as in the use-case A). Finally, in use-case C, the quasi-steady-state conditions, as in use-case A, are followed by a three-phase 80 ms self-cleared fault on bus B1.
The Matlab dataset in struct format contains:
- positive sequence voltage and current synchrophasor (magnitude and angle) measurements
- frequency measurements
- rate-of-change-of-frequency measurements
- delta frequency measurements from nominal system frequency
- corresponding measurement timestamps
- PMU measurement quality indicators.
To load dataset into Matlab use the following command: load('IEEE-39-bus_10_generator_PMU.mat').