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Power System Transient Stability Analysis Using the Transient Energy Function Method by Vijay Vittal - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University, Abdel-Azia Fouad

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Chapter 7Applications Of The TEF Method – Classical Power System Model

7.1 Introduction

The basic elements of transient stability assessment of a classically modeled power system, using the transient energy function method, have been presented in Chapter 5. The key step is the determination of the transient energy margin ΔV (equation (5.18)) and its normalized value ΔVn (equation (5.19)). Stability information is obtained from the value of ΔV or ΔVn. The procedure for obtaining δV and ΔVn is outlined in the flowchart in Fig. 7.1. The computational issues involved are presented in Chapters 5 and 6.

In Chapter 1 the complexity of modern interconnected power networks and the types of studies conducted to ensure that these networks are built and ...

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