Stability in AC Networks

Please sign in to view the rest of this entry.

Stability in AC Networks
1010603 Stability in AC Networks
Introduction From an engineering viewpoint stability is the ability of a system to return to its steady-state condition after being subjected to a disturbance. Stability for a synchronous machine in a power network refers to recovering its synchronous speed after having been subjected to a disturbance due to changes in the input or output power. Power system stability refers to maintaining the synchronism between the various parts of a power system. Stability considerations are recognized as major concerns in power system planning and studies. A stable power system must …
Masoud Farzaneh, Ph.D.; Shahab Farokhi, Ph.D.; William A. Chisholm, Ph.D.: Electrical Design of Overhead Power Transmission Lines. Stability in AC Networks, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export