9291_c007 - II Power System Dynamics and Stability Richard...

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II Power System Dynamics and Stability Richard G. Farmer Arizona State University 7 Power System Stability Prabha Kundur ........................................................................... 7 -1 Basic Concepts . Classification of Power System Stabilit y . Historical Rev iew of Stabilit y Problems . Consideration of Stabilit y in System Design and Operation 8 Transient Stability Kip Mor ison ........................................................................................ 8 -1 Introduction . Basic Theor y of Transient Stabilit y . Methods of Analysis of Transient Stabilit y . Factors Influencing Transient Stabilit y . Transient Stabilit y Considerations in System Design . Transient Stabilit y Considerations in System Operation 9 Small Signa l Stability and Power System Oscillations John Paserba, Juan Sanchez-Gasca, Prabha Kundur, Einar Larsen, and Charles Concordia ........................... 9 -1 Nature of Power System Oscillations . Criteria for Damping . Study Procedure . Mitigation of Power System Oscillations . Higher-Order Terms for Small-Signal Analysis . Summar y 10 Voltage Stability Yakout Mansour and Claudio Ca n ˜ izares ............................................ 10 -1 Basic Concepts . Analy tical Framework . Mitigation of Voltage Stabilit y Problems 11 Direct Stability Methods Vij ay Vittal ............................................................................. 11 -1 Revi ew of Literature on Direct Methods . The Power System Model . The Transient Energ y Function . Transient Stabilit y Assessment . Determination of the Controlling UEP . The BCU (Boundar y Controlling UEP) Method . Applications of the TEF Method and Modeling Enhancements 12 Power System Stability Controls Carson W. Taylor ...................................................... 12 -1 Revi ew of Power System Synchronous Stabilit y Basics . Concepts of Power System Stabilit y Controls . Ty pes of Power System Stabilit y Controls and Possibilities for Advanced Control . Dynamic Securit y Assessment . ‘‘Intelligent’’ Controls . Wide-Area Stabilit y Controls . Effect of Industr y Restructuring on Stabilit y Controls . Experience from Recent Power Failures . Summar y ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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13 Power System Dynamic Modeling William W. Pr ice .................................................... 13 -1 Modeling Requirements . Generator Modeling . Excitation System Modeling . Prime Mover Modeling . Load Modeling . Transmission Dev ice Models . Dynamic Equivalents 14 Integ rated Dynamic Infor mation for the Wester n Power System: WAMS Analysis in 2005 John F. Hauer, William A. Mittelstadt, Ken E. Martin, Jim W. Bur ns, and Har r y Lee ............................................................................................ 14 -1 Preface . Examples of Dynamic Information Needs in the Western
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