Power Systems Engineering Research Center

Current Projects 

Markets

  • M-39: Newly Implemented and Proposed Market Products and Reformulations: Pricing Implications, Analysis, and Enhancements (ending in 2020)
  • M-38: Coordination Mechanisms for Seamless Operation of Interconnected Power Systems (ending in 2019)
  • M-37: Development of expansion planning methods and tools for handling uncertainty (ending in 2019)

Systems

  • S-86G: Input-Output Metrics for the Power-Grid’s Swing Dynamics (ending in 2020)
  • S-85G: Analysis Tool for Fast Power System Steady-State Angular Stability Assessment (ending in 2019)
  • S-84G: Data-Driven and Machine Learning Based Load Modeling (ending in 2020)
  • S-83G: Hybrid simulation for large-scale MMC-MTDC embedded power systems (ending in 2020)
  • S-82G: Cyber-Physical Modeling, Visualization and Metric for Microgrid Resiliency (ending in 2019)
  • S-81G: Oscillation Monitoring and Control of the RTE power System Using Synchrophasors (ending in 2019)
  • S-80: Improved Dynamic Load Modeling Using Power System Measurements for Enhanced Transmission and Distribution System Operation and Planning (ending in 2020)
  • S-79G: Input-Output Properties of the Power System Swing Dynamics: Identification, Model Reduction, and Controller Design (ending in 2018)
  • S-77G: Improving Voltage Stability Margin Estimation through the use of HEM and PMU Data (ending in 2018)
  • S-76: Modeling, Control, and Protection of Multi-Terminal Direct-Current Transmission for Improving Power Grid's Performance (ending in 2019)
  • S-75: Reliability Evaluation of Renewable Generation Integrated Power Grid including Adequacy and Dynamic Security Assessment (ending in 2019)
  • S-74: Synchrophasor-Data Analytics for a More Resilient Electric Power System (ending in 2019)
  • S-70: Leveraging Conservation Voltage Reduction for Energy Efficiency, Demand Side Control and Voltage Stability Enhancement in Integrated Transmission and Distribution Systems (ending in 2018)
  • S-64: Monitoring and Maintaining Limits of Area Transfers with PMUs (ending in 2017)

Transmission and Distribution Technologies (T&D)

  • T-62G: Unified Approach to the Optimization of Transmission Lines for Maximum Power Transfer Capacity Based on their Electric Field Distribution (ending in 2020)
  • T-61: Optimal Model Coordination for Integrated Transmission and Distribution Systems (ending in 2020)
  • T-60: Framework to Analyze Interactions between Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Systems with High Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Penetrations (ending in 2019)
  • T-59G: RTE DSE-Protection Demonstration (ending in 2017)