In this paper, the authors extend the results of their earlier paper on waveform relamtion (WR), which is a parallel algorithm for transient stability analysis. The WR algorithm is extended to a structure-preserving power system model in which the loads are retained. This results in a system of differential/ algebraic equations (DAEs). Power systems exhibit several unique dynamic properties which may be exploited in an advantageous manner by the WR algorithm. This leads to a greater computational efficiency than most other direct methods of simulation. This paper presents several theoretical results as well as computational results on parallel implementation.
M. D. Ilić and M. Crow, "The Parallel Implementation of the Waveform Relaxation Method for Transient Stability Simulations," IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 922-932, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1990.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Algebraic Equations; Coherency; Diagonal Dominance; Differential Equations; Digital Simulation; Parallel Implementation; Power System Analysis Computing; Stability; Structure-Preserving Power System Model; Transient Stability Simulations; Transients; Waveform Relaxation Method
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01 Jan 1990