In this paper, the multirate method is applied to the problem of simulating the dynamics of a power system which contains fast components such as induction machine loads and FACTS devices. Results concerning the numerical stability and accuracy of the multirate method are presented. Implementation concerns are also addressed by studying an example power system which contains a wide range of time response behavior
J. G. Chen and M. Crow, "The Multirate Simulation of FACTS Devices in Power System Dynamics," Proceedings of the IEEE Power Industry Computer Application Conference (1995, Salt Lake City, Utah), pp. 290-296, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1995.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/PICA.1995.515197
IEEE Power Industry Computer Application Conference (1995: May 7-12, Salt Lake City, UT)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
FACTS Devices; Asynchronous Machines; Digital Simulation; Dynamics Simulation; Flexible AC Transmission Systems; Induction Machine Loads; Multirate Simulation; Numerical Accuracy; Numerical Stability; Power System Analysis Computing; Power System Dynamics; Power Transmission; Time Response Behavior
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Article - Conference proceedings
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