Advanced electronic load model for dynamic and transient stability studies

R. A. Gawler, Karol Morsztyn, Donald. C. Smith

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Abstract

An analogue model of electrical power system bulk load, suitable for dynamic and transient stability studies has been developed. The load real and reactive power are simulated as nonlinear functions of voltage and linear functions of frequency. Reactors and capacitors for voltage control, and inertial real power are included also. Application to a simple system has shown that dynamic stability limits and critical clearing times are significantly dependent on load voltage and frequency parameters where load centers are close to power stations. The dynamic stability limit may be expressed as a quadratic function of the voltage and frequency sensitivities of the load real and reactive power.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6-10
Number of pages5
JournalNational Conference Publication - Institution of Engineers, Australia
Issue number77 /1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1977
EventIFAC Symp $—$ Autom Control and Prot of Electr Power Syst, Prepr of Pap - Melbourne, Aust
Duration: 21 Feb 197725 Feb 1977

Keywords

  • Load modelling, dynamic stability, transient stability

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