Power System Dynamics and Stability

With Synchrophasor Measurement and Power System Toolbox
Author: Peter W. Sauer,M. A. Pai,Joe H. Chow
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111935577X
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 374
View: 3180
Classic power system dynamics text now with phasor measurement and simulation toolbox This new edition addresses the needs of dynamic modeling and simulation relevant to power system planning, design, and operation, including a systematic derivation of synchronous machine dynamic models together with speed and voltage control subsystems. Reduced-order modeling based on integral manifolds is used as a firm basis for understanding the derivations and limitations of lower-order dynamic models. Following these developments, multi-machine model interconnected through the transmission network is formulated and simulated using numerical simulation methods. Energy function methods are discussed for direct evaluation of stability. Small-signal analysis is used for determining the electromechanical modes and mode-shapes, and for power system stabilizer design. Time-synchronized high-sampling-rate phasor measurement units (PMUs) to monitor power system disturbances have been implemented throughout North America and many other countries. In this second edition, new chapters on synchrophasor measurement and using the Power System Toolbox for dynamic simulation have been added. These new materials will reinforce power system dynamic aspects treated more analytically in the earlier chapters. Key features: Systematic derivation of synchronous machine dynamic models and simplification. Energy function methods with an emphasis on the potential energy boundary surface and the controlling unstable equilibrium point approaches. Phasor computation and synchrophasor data applications. Book companion website for instructors featuring solutions and PowerPoint files. Website for students featuring MATLABTM files. Power System Dynamics and Stability, 2nd Edition, with Synchrophasor Measurement and Power System Toolbox combines theoretical as well as practical information for use as a text for formal instruction or for reference by working engineers.

Handbook of Electrical Power System Dynamics

Modeling, Stability, and Control
Author: Mircea Eremia,Mohammad Shahidehpour
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118516060
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 976
View: 7006
Complete guidance for understanding electrical power system dynamics and blackouts This handbook offers a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of power system dynamics. Addressing the full range of topics, from the fundamentals to the latest technologies in modeling, stability, and control, Handbook of Electrical Power System Dynamics provides engineers with hands-on guidance for understanding the phenomena leading to blackouts so they can design the most appropriate solutions for a cost-effective and reliable operation. Focusing on system dynamics, the book details analytical methods of power system behavior along with models for the main components of power plants and control systems used in dispatch centers. Special emphasis is given to evaluation methods for rotor angle stability and voltage stability as well as the control mechanism for frequency and voltage. With contributions from international experts in both academia and industry, the book features: Critical insight into new trends in power system operation and control Numerous examples and graphics, including more than 600 figures and 1,200 equations In-depth coverage of wind generation, an alternative energy system An easily accessible presentation for readers with varied experience, from students to practicing engineers An invaluable resource for power system engineers and smart grid analysts, this is also an excellent reference for system operators, utility workers, manufacturers, consultants, vendors, and researchers.

Advances in Power System Modelling, Control and Stability Analysis

Author: Federico Milano
Publisher: IET
ISBN: 1785610015
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 495
View: 9681
Advances in Power System Modelling, Control and Stability Analysis describes the variety of new methodologies and technologies that are changing the way modern electric power systems are modelled, simulated and operated. It mixes theoretical aspects with practical considerations, as well as benchmarks test systems and real-world applications. Topics covered include; research works on power system modelling applications of telegrapher equations power flow analysis with inclusion of uncertainty discrete Fourier transformation and stochastic differential equations power system operation and control and presents insights on optimal power flow, real-time control and state estimation techniques advances in the stability analysis of power systems and covers voltage stability, transient stability, time delays, and limit cycles

Power System Stability and Control

Author: P. Kundur,Neal J. Balu
Publisher: IEEE
ISBN: 9780780334632
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 1176
View: 3658

Big Data Application in Power Systems

Author: Reza Arghandeh,Yuxun Zhou
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128119691
Category: Science
Page: 480
View: 6043
Big Data Application in Power Systems brings together experts from academia, industry and regulatory agencies who share their understanding and discuss the big data analytics applications for power systems diagnostics, operation and control. Recent developments in monitoring systems and sensor networks dramatically increase the variety, volume and velocity of measurement data in electricity transmission and distribution level. The book focuses on rapidly modernizing monitoring systems, measurement data availability, big data handling and machine learning approaches to process high dimensional, heterogeneous and spatiotemporal data. The book chapters discuss challenges, opportunities, success stories and pathways for utilizing big data value in smart grids. Provides expert analysis of the latest developments by global authorities Contains detailed references for further reading and extended research Provides additional cross-disciplinary lessons learned from broad disciplines such as statistics, computer science and bioinformatics Focuses on rapidly modernizing monitoring systems, measurement data availability, big data handling and machine learning approaches to process high dimensional, heterogeneous and spatiotemporal data

Understanding Symmetrical Components for Power System Modeling

Author: J. C. Das
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119226856
Category: Science
Page: 184
View: 6832
An essential guide to studying symmetrical component theory This book utilizes symmetrical components for analyzing unbalanced three-phase electrical systems, by applying single-phase analysis tools. The author covers two approaches for studying symmetrical components; the physical approach, avoiding many mathematical matrix algebra equations, and a mathematical approach, using matrix theory. Divided into seven sections, topics include: symmetrical components using matrix methods, fundamental concepts of symmetrical components, symmetrical component s –transmission lines and cables, sequence components of rotating equipment and static load, three-phase models of transformers and conductors, unsymmetrical fault calculations, and some limitations of symmetrical components. In addition, this book: Provides concise treatment of symmetrical components Describes major sequence models of power system components Discusses Electromagnetic Transient Program (EMTP) models Includes worked examples to illustrate the complexity of calculations, followed by matrix methods of solution which have been adopted for calculations on digital computers

Control of Power Inverters in Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Integration

Author: Qing-Chang Zhong,Tomas Hornik
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118481798
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 440
View: 9315
Integrating renewable energy and other distributed energy sources into smart grids, often via power inverters, is arguably the largest “new frontier” for smart grid advancements. Inverters should be controlled properly so that their integration does not jeopardize the stability and performance of power systems and a solid technical backbone is formed to facilitate other functions and services of smart grids. This unique reference offers systematic treatment of important control problems in power inverters, and different general converter theories. Starting at a basic level, it presents conventional power conversion methodologies and then ‘non-conventional’ methods, with a highly accessible summary of the latest developments in power inverters as well as insight into the grid connection of renewable power. Consisting of four parts – Power Quality Control, Neutral Line Provision, Power Flow Control, and Synchronisation – this book fully demonstrates the integration of control and power electronics. Key features include: the fundamentals of power processing and hardware design innovative control strategies to systematically treat the control of power inverters extensive experimental results for most of the control strategies presented the pioneering work on “synchronverters” which has gained IET Highly Commended Innovation Award Engineers working on inverter design and those at power system utilities can learn how advanced control strategies could improve system performance and work in practice. The book is a useful reference for researchers who are interested in the area of control engineering, power electronics, renewable energy and distributed generation, smart grids, flexible AC transmission systems, and power systems for more-electric aircraft and all-electric ships. This is also a handy text for graduate students and university professors in the areas of electrical power engineering, advanced control engineering, power electronics, renewable energy and smart grid integration.


Author: P. M. Anderson,A A Fouad
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9788126518180
Page: 672
View: 1568
This subject is taught at many universities and the original book is used by industry engineers. Many of these readers have indicated a keen interest in the long-awaited material that is the subject of the proposed new chapters. We believe that many owners of the present volume will want to purchase the new expanded book.Chapter 1: Power System Stability.Chapter 2: The Elementary Mathematical ModelChapter 3: System Response to Small DisturbancesChapter 4: The Synchronous MachineChapter 5: The Simulation of Synchronous MachinesChapter 6: Linear Models of the Synchronous MachineChapter 7: Excitation SystemsChapter 8: Effect of Excitation on StabilityChapter 9: Multimachine Systems with Constant Impedance LoadsChapter 10: Speed GoverningChapter 11: Steam Turbine Prime MoversChapter 12: Hydraulic Turbine Prime MoversChapter 13: Combustion Turbine and Combined-Cycle Power Plants

Power System Transient Analysis

Theory and Practice Using Simulation Programs (ATP-EMTP)
Author: Eiichi Haginomori,Tadashi Koshiduka,Hisatochi Ikeda,Junichi Arai
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118737539
Category: Science
Page: 400
View: 3636
Understanding transient phenomena in electric power systems and the harmful impact of resulting disturbances is an important aspect of power system operation and resilience. Bridging the gap from theory to practice, this guide introduces the fundamentals of transient phenomena affecting electric power systems using the numerical analysis tools, Alternative Transients Program- Electromagnetic Transients Program (ATP-EMTP) and ATP-DRAW. This technology is widely-applied to recognize and solve transient problems in power networks and components giving readers a highly practical and relevant perspective and the skills to analyse new transient phenomena encountered in the field. Key features: Introduces novice engineers to transient phenomena using commonplace tools and models as well as background theory to link theory to practice. Develops analysis skills using the ATP-EMTP program, which is widely used in the electric power industry. Comprehensive coverage of recent developments such as HVDC power electronics with several case studies and their practical results. Provides extensive practical examples with over 150 data files for analysing transient phenomena and real life practical examples via a companion website. Written by experts with deep experience in research, teaching and industry, this text defines transient phenomena in an electric power system and introduces a professional transient analysis tool with real examples to novice engineers in the electric power system industry. It also offers instruction for graduates studying all aspects of power systems.

Power System Dynamics and Control

Author: Harry G. Kwatny,Karen Miu-Miller
Publisher: Birkhäuser
ISBN: 0817646744
Category: Science
Page: 271
View: 4038
Whereas power systems have traditionally been designed with a focus on protecting them from routine component failures and atypical user demand, we now also confront the fact that deliberate attack intended to cause maximum disruption is a real possibility. In response to this changing environment, new concepts and tools have emerged that address many of the issues facing power system operation today. This book is aimed at introducing these ideas to practicing power systems engineers, control systems engineers interested in power systems, and graduate students in these areas. The ideas are examined with an emphasis on how they can be applied to improve our understanding of power system behavior and help design better control systems. The book is supplemented by a Mathematica package enabling readers to work out nontrivial examples and problems. Also included is a set of Mathematica tutorial notebooks providing detailed solutions of the worked examples in the text. In addition to Mathematica, simulations are carried out using Simulink with Stateflow.

Transient Analysis of Power Systems

Solution Techniques, Tools and Applications
Author: Juan A. Martinez-Velasco
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118352343
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 656
View: 695


Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120346734
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 496
View: 2902
This comprehensive textbook introduces electrical engineering students and engineers to the various aspects of power system dynamics. It focuses on explaining and analysing the dynamic performance of such systems which are important for both system operation and planning. The aim of this book is to present a comprehensive treatise in order to study the dynamics and simulation of the power networks. After going through the complete text, the students will be able to understand fundamental dynamic behaviour and controls of power systems and to perform basic stability analysis. The topics substantiated by suitable illustrations and computer programs describe analytical aspects of operation and characteristic of power system from the view point of steady state and dynamic condition. This text serves as a well-knit introduction to Power System Dynamics and is suitable for a one-semester course for the senior-level undergraduate students of electrical engineering and postgraduate students specializing in Power Systems.

Small Signal Analysis of Integrated Power Systems

Author: M. A. Pai,K. R. Padiyar
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781783322688
Page: 336
View: 1031

Advanced Smart Grid Functionalities Based on PowerFactory

Author: Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt,José Luis Rueda Torres
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319505327
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 371
View: 8219
This book consolidates some of the most promising advanced smart grid functionalities and provides a comprehensive set of guidelines for their implementation/evaluation using DIgSILENT Power Factory. It includes specific aspects of modeling, simulation and analysis, for example wide-area monitoring, visualization and control, dynamic capability rating, real-time load measurement and management, interfaces and co-simulation for modeling and simulation of hybrid systems. It also presents key advanced features of modeling and automation of calculations using PowerFactory, such as the use of domain-specific (DSL) and DIgSILENT Programming (DPL) languages, and utilizes a variety of methodologies including theoretical explanations, practical examples and guidelines. Providing a concise compilation of significant outcomes by experienced users and developers of this program, it is a valuable resource for postgraduate students and engineers working in power-system operation and planning.

Power Systems Electromagnetic Transients Simulation

Author: Neville Watson,Jos Arrillaga
Publisher: IET
ISBN: 0852961065
Category: Science
Page: 421
View: 4470
Accurate knowledge of electromagnetic power system transients is crucial to the operation of an economic, efficient and environmentally friendly power systems network without compromising on the reliability and quality of Electrical Power Supply. Electromagnetic transients simulation (EMTS) has become a universal tool for the analysis of power system electromagnetic transients in the range of nanoseconds to seconds. This book provides a thorough review of EMTS and many simple examples are included to clarify difficult concepts. This book will be of particular value to advanced engineering students and practicing power systems engineers.

Power System Coherency and Model Reduction

Author: Joe H. Chow
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461418038
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 300
View: 6210
"Power System Coherency and Model Reduction" provides a comprehensive treatment for understanding interarea modes in large power systems and obtaining reduced-order models using the coherency concept and selective modal analysis method. Both linear and nonlinear analysis methods are covered. This is a reference book for researchers interested in interarea oscillations and model reduction, and power engineers in developing reduced models for power system studies and control design.

Power System Economic and Market Operations

Author: Jin Zhong
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351180053
Category: Science
Page: 237
View: 7575
Power system operation is one of the important issues in the power industry. The book aims to provide readers with the methods and algorithms to save the total cost in electricity generation and transmission. It begins with traditional power systems and builds into the fundamentals of power system operation, economic dispatch (ED), optimal power flow (OPF), and unit commitment (UC). The book covers electricity pricing mechanisms, such as nodal pricing and zonal pricing, based on Security-Constrained ED (SCED) or SCUC. The operation of energy market and ancillary service market are also explored.

Small Signal Analysis of Power Systems

Author: M. A. Pai,D. P. Sen Gupta,K. R. Padiyar
Publisher: Alpha Science International Limited
ISBN: 9781842652060
Category: Mathematics
Page: 291
View: 7722
Power system oscillations without a big disturbance occur spontaneously in a power system and if they are not damped out properly may lead to grid failure. In this book we examine the methodology to study this phenomenon from several angles. Modeling the system to investigate these oscillations is given top priority along with physical interpretation of the phenomenon. The book covers low frequency 1-3 Hz as well as sub synchronous oscillations in the 10-50 Hz range. The latter are called torsional oscillations. Design of Power system stabilizers as well as damping techniques for sub synchronous oscillations are discussed. Modeling and design of FACTS devices is included. The small signal analysis of multimachine systems along with the selective computation of Eigen value(s) of interest in a large system is presented.

Power System Modelling and Scripting

Author: Federico Milano
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642136696
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 558
View: 5280
Power system modelling and scripting is a quite general and ambitious title. Of course, to embrace all existing aspects of power system modelling would lead to an encyclopedia and would be likely an impossible task. Thus, the book focuses on a subset of power system models based on the following assumptions: (i) devices are modelled as a set of nonlinear differential algebraic equations, (ii) all alternate-current devices are operating in three-phase balanced fundamental frequency, and (iii) the time frame of the dynamics of interest ranges from tenths to tens of seconds. These assumptions basically restrict the analysis to transient stability phenomena and generator controls. The modelling step is not self-sufficient. Mathematical models have to be translated into computer programming code in order to be analyzed, understood and “experienced”. It is an object of the book to provide a general framework for a power system analysis software tool and hints for filling up this framework with versatile programming code. This book is for all students and researchers that are looking for a quick reference on power system models or need some guidelines for starting the challenging adventure of writing their own code.