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Planning against voltage collapse.



Extensive version with all appendices. It is well known that transmission of active power is dependent on the voltages at both the sending and receiving ends of a transmission system. The most well known steady state limitation to power transmission on a system occurs when the electrical angle between the voltage sources at the two ends reaches 90°.

Pages NB: 61

Year: 1986


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