Frequency dependent network equivalents

Frequency dependent network equivalents

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Frequency dependent network equivalents are important for modelling modern power systems due to their size and complexity. The first stage is to determine the response of the portion of the network to be replaced by an equivalent, as seen from its boundary busbar(s). This is most efficiently performed using frequency domain techniques to perform a frequency scan. Once determined, a rational function which is easily implemented can be fitted to match this response.

Inspec keywords: power system simulation; busbars

Other keywords: power system model; frequency domain techniques; frequency scan; frequency dependent network equivalents; boundary busbar

Subjects: Power system management, operation and economics

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