|Team Name||SCADA Control|
|Duration||Semester Year - Semester Year|
(1) Learning the principle and operation of Synchronous motor generator and SCADA Control system.
(2) Using PC software (which is little relative to the Programmable Logic Controller) to control the rotation speed of the generator.
(3) Able to adjust speed and frequency of the motor,and show the rotate frequency of the Synchronous motor in the scope successfully.
The UI Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering laboratory facilities include an analog model power system (AMPS) that is capable of simulating interaction of control and protection hardware in a network with up to five lines transmission line segments. The system protection hosts a full complement of commercial protective relays and a fault generator capable of initiating common fault types with any fault impedance and any duration. Multiple generation sources can be interfaced with the system including synchronous machines, a doubly fed induction generator and power electronically coupled generation.The facility shown in Figure 1 is used for labs for several power systems courses as well as for research projects.
The model power system has controls to control a synchronous generator for manual synchronization to the Avista system through the building power supply. The manual controls include push buttons for start and start and potentiometers to control speed and terminal voltage as shown in Figure 1. The potentiometers regulator a dc control signals for the MG set. There is also a synchroscope for visual indication to determine when to manually close the circuit breaker. While the circuit breaker can be remotely controlled through a supervisory control and automation (SCADA) interface, the machine itself cannot be controlled through SCADA.
Equipment Information and Data
Test Bench Power up Instructions
Turn on Breakers in the picture.
On panels, open all breakers (should be green color).
Press MG Set Start button.
MG Set Control Connections
File:SCADA-Control Meeting Record 7.pdf