Advanced angle stability controls.
AbstractsThis report provides industry guidance in solving stability problems with new or relatively new technologies. The technologies include control theory and applications, power electronics, microprocessor controllers, signal processing, digital and optical transducers and telecommunications. There is great opportunity for synergism in these areas. The goals are new control strategies that are effective and robust. Effective in an engineering sense means "cost-effective". Control robustness is the capability to function appropriately for a wide range of power system operating and disturbance conditions.
File Size: 9,1 MB
Pages NB: 210
Study Committee : 38 (now C4) ?
WG (TF): TF 38.02.17
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