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This paper presents an approach for splitting equivalent Thevenin voltage into components induced by each voltage source in the reduced grid. Thevenin equivalent representation of the system is sometimes used for stability assessment of a given generator, where the Thevenin voltage is one of the key variables affecting the stability conditions. Thevenin voltage is formed by components induced by each voltage source in the grid, while depending on topology and system parameters, the impact of these components on the equivalent Thevenin voltage Eth might vary considerably. This paper demonstrates how the impact of individual voltage source to the Eth might be defined utilizing system admittance matrix. Knowledge about alternation of Eth while applying changes to either admittance matrix or generators’ excitation and torque gives promising perspective for determination of effective countermeasures aimed on instability prevention. Suggested approach for Eth decomposition is applied to the IEEE 30 bus test system.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of 10th International Power and Energy Conference, IPEC 2012|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||The 10th International Power and Energy Conference (IPEC 2012) - Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam|
Duration: 12 Dec 2012 → 14 Dec 2012
|Conference||The 10th International Power and Energy Conference (IPEC 2012)|
|City||Ho Chi Minh City|
|Period||12/12/2012 → 14/12/2012|
- Power systems
- Preventive countermeasure
- Thevenin equivalent
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