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|Title:||Performance of synchronous machine models in a series-capacitor compensated system|
|Citation:||IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2014, Vol.29, 3, pp.1023-1032|
|Abstract:||This paper compares the IEEE-specified generator models such as the equivalent circuit (EC) models and the operational inductance (OI) models to understand their damping performances in the IEEE first-benchmark system for subsynchronous resonance study. These models are found to differ from one another only to an extent they accurately represent the standard transfer functions. By carrying out different case studies an effort is made to analyze the influence of these differences among the models on the damping performance of swing-mode and torsional modes. Through a detailed eigenvalue analysis and time-domain simulations, it is demonstrated that these models offer differing results with respect to swing-mode, thereby strongly influencing the power system stabilizer (PSS) performances, especially when the system is series compensated. Even the torsional mode interactions are found to exhibit dependency on the models employed for the generators. Such a study is expected to provide better insight into the behavior of generator models and controller design/tuning in system analysis. 1969-2012 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||1. Journal Articles|
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