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Inter-area low-frequency power system oscillations caused by open-loop modal resonance

Inter-area low-frequency power system oscillations caused by open-loop modal resonance

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This study examines a modal condition to cause inter-area, low-frequency, electromechanical power oscillations in an interconnected power system with two subsystems. The modal condition being examined is the closeness of two electromechanical oscillation modes from each subsystem on the complex plane, which is referred to as open-loop modal resonance. The analysis in this study indicates that under the condition of open-loop modal resonance, the electromechanical oscillation modes of the interconnected power system are located at approximately opposite positions on the complex plane with respect to the resonant electromechanical oscillation modes of the subsystems. Hence, when open-loop modal resonance occurs, one electromechanical oscillation mode of the interconnected power system must have reduced damping. In this study, the damping reduction in the inter-area, low-frequency power oscillations caused by open-loop modal resonance is demonstrated using example power systems. An incident of inter-area, low-frequency electromechanical power oscillations that occurred in an actual large-scale power system in China is examined. The examination results indicate that the poorly damped, inter-area, low-frequency power oscillation incident was caused by open-loop modal resonance.

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