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Structure Preserving Energy Functions in Power Systems [electronic resource]: Theory and Applications

K.R. Padiyar
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Boca Raton : C RC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2013.
Language
English
ISBN
9781439879368 (hardcover : acid-free paper)
Contents
  • 1. Introduction
  • General
  • Power System Stability
  • Power System Security
  • Monitoring and Enhancing System Security
  • Emergency Control and System Protection
  • Applications of Energy Functions
  • Scope of the Book
  • 2. Review of Direct Methods for Transient Stability Evaluation for Systems With Simplified Models
  • System Model
  • Mathematical Preliminaries
  • Liapunov Functions for Direct Stability Evaluation
  • Energy Functions for Multimachine Systems
  • Estimation of Stability Domain
  • Extended Equal Area Criterion
  • 3. Structure Preserving Energy Functions for Systems with Nonlinear Load Models and Generator Flux Decay
  • A Structure Preserving Model
  • Inclusion of Voltage Dependent Power Loads
  • SPEF with Voltage Dependent Load Models
  • Case Studies on IEEE Test Systems
  • Solution of System Equations During a Transient
  • Non-Iterative Solution of Networks with Nonlinear Loads
  • Inclusion of Transmission Losses in Energy Function
  • SPEF for Systems with Generator Flux Decay
  • A Network Analogy for System Stability Analysis
  • 4. Structure Preserving Energy Functions for Systems with Detailed Generator and Load Models
  • Structure-Preserving Energy Function with Detailed Generator Models
  • Numerical Examples
  • Modeling of Dynamic Loads
  • New Results on SPEF Based on Network Analogy
  • Unstable Modes and Parametric Resonance
  • 5. Structure Preserving Energy Functions for Systems with HVDC and FACTS Controllers
  • HVDC Power Transmission Links
  • Static Var Compensators
  • Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM)
  • Series Connected FACTS Controllers
  • Potential Energy in a Line with Series FACTS Controller
  • Unified Power Flow Controller
  • 6. Detection of Instability Based on Identification of Critical Cutsets
  • Basic Concepts
  • Prediction of the Critical Cutset
  • Detection of Instability by Monitoring the Critical Cutset
  • Algorithm for Identification of Critical Cutset
  • Prediction of Instability
  • Case Studies
  • Study of a Practical System
  • Adaptive System Protection
  • -- 7. Sensitivity Analysis for Dynamic Security and Preventive Control Using Damping Controllers
  • Basic Concepts in Sensitivity Analysis
  • Dynamic Security Assessment Based on Energy Margin
  • Energy Margin Sensitivity
  • Trajectory Sensitivity
  • Energy Function Based Design of Damping Controllers
  • Damping Controllers for UPFC
  • 8. Application of FACTS Controllers for Emergency Control I
  • Switched Series Compensation
  • Control Strategy for a Two Machine System
  • Comparative Study of TCSC and SSSC
  • Discrete Control of STATCOM
  • Discrete Control of UPFC
  • Improvement of Transient Stability by Static Phase Shifting Transformer
  • Emergency Control Measures
  • 9. Application of FACTS Controllers for Emergency Control II
  • Discrete Control Strategy
  • Case Study I: Application of TCSC
  • Case Study II: Application of UPFC
  • Discussion and Directions for Further Research
  • Appendix A: Synchronous generator Model
  • Synchronous Machine
  • Park's Transformation
  • Per Unit Quantities
  • Synchronous Machine Model
  • Application of Model 1.1
  • Simpler Models
  • Appendix B: Boundary of Stability Region : Theoretical Results
  • Stability Boundary
  • Gradient Systems
  • Appendix C: Network Solution for Stability Analysis
  • Inclusion of Generator Stator in the Network
  • Treatment of Transient Saliency
  • Load Representation
  • AC Network Equations
  • System Algebraic Equations
  • System Differential Equations
  • Solution of System Equations
  • Appendix D: Data on the Ten Generator Test System.
Description
Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
  • "A CRC title, part of the Taylor & Francis imprint, a member of the Taylor & Francis Group, the academic division of T&F Informa plc."
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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