Modelling of voltage collapse including dynamic phenomena.
AbstractsThe brochure describes modelling and simulation techniques for voltage stability analysis. Dynamic analysis is clearly required for fast forms of voltage collapse. Fast or transient voltage collapse usually involves induction motor loads and motor stalling (or re-acceleration difficulty) following faults.
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Pages NB: 150
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