Transient Stability of Power Systems: Theory and Practice / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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An in-depth treatment of the transient stability problem, its physical description and formulation. Discusses methods for transient stability analysis, sensitivity assessment and control. Considers conventional and non-conventional techniques including direct and artificial intelligence, system theory, load modeling, evaluation of machine parameters, saturation effects and pattern recognition approaches. Features practical examples and simulation results.
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About the Author
M. Pavella and P. G. Murthy are the authors of Transient Stability of Power Systems: Theory and Practice, published by Wiley.
Table of Contents
Synchronous MachinesMathematical Description.
Modeling of Power Systems for Stability Studies.
Conventional Methods of Analysis.
Lyapunov-Like Direct Methods.
Extended Equal-Area Criterion.
Decision Tree Transient Stability Method.
Composite Electromechanical Distance Method.