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Power System Modeling, Computation, and Control

; Juan J. Sanchez-Gasca

Provides students with an understanding of the modeling and practice in power system stability analysis and control design, as well as the computational tools used by commercial vendors


Bringing together wind, FACTS, HVDC, and several other modern elements, this book gives readers everything they need to know about power systems. Les mer
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Provides students with an understanding of the modeling and practice in power system stability analysis and control design, as well as the computational tools used by commercial vendors


Bringing together wind, FACTS, HVDC, and several other modern elements, this book gives readers everything they need to know about power systems. It makes learning complex power system concepts, models, and dynamics simpler and more efficient while providing modern viewpoints of power system analysis.


Power System Modeling, Computation, and Control provides students with a new and detailed analysis of voltage stability; a simple example illustrating the BCU method of transient stability analysis; and one of only a few derivations of the transient synchronous machine model. It offers a discussion on reactive power consumption of induction motors during start-up to illustrate the low-voltage phenomenon observed in urban load centers. Damping controller designs using power system stabilizer, HVDC systems, static var compensator, and thyristor-controlled series compensation are also examined. In addition, there are chapters covering flexible AC transmission Systems (FACTS)-including both thyristor and voltage-sourced converter technology-and wind turbine generation and modeling.





Simplifies the learning of complex power system concepts, models, and dynamics

Provides chapters on power flow solution, voltage stability, simulation methods, transient stability, small signal stability, synchronous machine models (steady-state and dynamic models), excitation systems, and power system stabilizer design

Includes advanced analysis of voltage stability, voltage recovery during motor starts, FACTS and their operation, damping control design using various control equipment, wind turbine models, and control

Contains numerous examples, tables, figures of block diagrams, MATLAB plots, and problems involving real systems

Written by experienced educators whose previous books and papers are used extensively by the international scientific community



Power System Modeling, Computation, and Control is an ideal textbook for graduate students of the subject, as well as for power system engineers and control design professionals.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface xvii


About the Companion Website xxi


1 Introduction 1


1.1 Electrification 1


1.2 Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Systems 2


1.2.1 Central Generating Station Model 2


1.2.2 Renewable Generation 4


1.2.3 Smart Grids 5


1.3 Time Scales 5


1.3.1 Dynamic Phenomena 5


1.3.2 Measurements and Data 5


1.3.3 Control Functions and System Operation 7


1.4 Organization of the Book 7


Part I System Concepts 9


2 Steady-State Power Flow 11


2.1 Introduction 11


2.2 Power Network Elements and Admittance Matrix 12


2.2.1 Transmission Lines 12


2.2.2 Transformers 13


2.2.3 Per Unit Representation 14


2.2.4 Building the Network Admittance Matrix 14


2.3 Active and Reactive Power Flow Calculations 16


2.4 Power Flow Formulation 19


2.5 Newton-Raphson Method 21


2.5.1 General Procedure 21


2.5.2 NR Solution of Power Flow Equations 22


2.6 Advanced Power Flow Features 27


2.6.1 Load Bus Voltage Regulation 27


2.6.2 Multi-area Power Flow 28


2.6.3 Active Line Power Flow Regulation 29


2.6.4 Dishonest Newton-Raphson Method 30


2.6.5 Fast Decoupled Loadflow 30


2.6.6 DC Power Flow 31


2.7 Summary and Notes 31


Appendix 2.A Two-winding Transformer Model 32


Appendix 2.B LU Decomposition and Sparsity Methods 36


Appendix 2.C Power Flow and Dynamic Data for the 2-area, 4-machine System 39


Problems 42


3 Steady-State Voltage Stability Analysis 47


3.1 Introduction 47


3.2 Voltage Collapse Incidents 48


3.2.1 Tokyo, Japan: July 23, 1987 48


3.2.2 US Western Power System: July 2, 1996 48


3.3 Reactive Power Consumption on Transmission Lines 49


3.4 Voltage Stability Analysis of a Radial Load System 55


3.4.1 Maximum Power Transfer 59


3.5 Voltage Stability Analysis of Large P

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