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Conference Paper: PROSPECTS FOR RAPID LARGE DISTURBANCE STABILITY ASSESSMENT.

TitlePROSPECTS FOR RAPID LARGE DISTURBANCE STABILITY ASSESSMENT.
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Issue Date1985
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National Conference Publication - Institution Of Engineers, Australia, 1985 n. 85 /16, p. 175-181 How to Cite?
AbstractThe increasing complexity of modern interconnected power systems has made on-line stability assessment a requirement to consider seriously in security control. Recent developments in the so-called energy function methods (EFMs) give considerable promise of their suitability for this purpose. This paper will review these advances. Then consideration is given to applying EFMs in a control centre. This will be largely based on current feasibility studies for the Queensland Electricity Commission (QEC) system.
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dc.description.abstractThe increasing complexity of modern interconnected power systems has made on-line stability assessment a requirement to consider seriously in security control. Recent developments in the so-called energy function methods (EFMs) give considerable promise of their suitability for this purpose. This paper will review these advances. Then consideration is given to applying EFMs in a control centre. This will be largely based on current feasibility studies for the Queensland Electricity Commission (QEC) system.en_US
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