Guide on the assessment, specification and design of synchronous condenser for power system with predominance of low or zero inertia generators
This guide has been developed to inform users on the challenges being faced due to the large addition of renewable power generation which is replacing machine based thermal power generation. The voltage and frequency stability issues arising out of this inverter based power generation can be addressed to a large extent by adding synchronous condensers into power systems as per system requirements. This guide gives users a comprehensive overview on synchronous condenser performance, design aspects and specification requirements.
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