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Engineering - Energy Technology | An Introduction to Modelling of Power System Components

An Introduction to Modelling of Power System Components

Krishna, S

2014, VIII, 134 p. 86 illus.

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  • Concise yet includes all the important power system components which are essential for dynamic analysis
  • Gives a rigorous derivation of the model of system components starting from first principles
  • Includes the latest developments such as voltage source converter based FACTS and DC transmission systems
The brief provides a quick introduction to the dynamic modelling of power system components. It gives a rigorous derivation of the model of different components of the power system such as synchronous generator, transformer, transmission line, FACTS, DC transmission system, excitation system and speed governor. Models of load and prime movers are also discussed. The brief can be used as a reference for researchers working in the areas of power system dynamics, stability analysis and design of stability controllers. It can also serve as a text for a short course on power system modelling, or as a supplement for a senior undergraduate/graduate course on power system stability.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » DC Transmission System - Dynamic Model - FACTS - Power System Modelling - Torsional Dynamics

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Energy Technology - Systems, Storage and Harvesting

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