Power System Control and Stability

ISBN-10: 0471238627

ISBN-13: 9780471238621

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

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Book details

List price: $186.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/17/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 672
Size: 6.75" wide x 10.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.992
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Power System Stability
Introduction
Requirements of a Reliable Electrical Power Service
Statement of the Problem
Effect of an Impact upon System Components
Methods of Simulation
Problems
The Elementary Mathematical Model
Swing Equation
Units
Mechanical Torque
Electrical Torque
Power-Angle Curve of a Synchronous Machine
Natural Frequencies of Oscillation of a Synchronous Machine
System of One Machine against an Infinite Bus--The Classical Model
Equal Area Criterion
Classical Model of a Multimachine System
Classical Stability Study of a Nine-Bus System
Shortcomings of the Classical Model
Block Diagram of One Machine
Problems
References
System Response to Small Disturbances
Introduction
Types of Problems Studied
The Unregulated Synchronous Machine
Modes of Oscillation of an Unregulated Multimachine System
Regulated Synchronous Machine
Distribution of Power impacts
Problems
References
The Electromagnetic Torque
The Synchronous Machine
Introduction
Park's Transformation
Flux Linkage Equations
Voltage Equations
Formulation of State-Space Equations
Current Formulation
Per Unit Conversion
Normalizing the Voltage Equations
Normalizing the Torque Equations
Torque and Power
Equivalent Circuit of a Synchronous Machine
The Flux Linkage State-Space Model
Load Equations
Subtransient and Transient Inductances and Time Constants
Simplified Models of the Synchronous Machine
Turbine Generator Dynamic Models
Problems
References
The Simulation of Synchronous Machines
Introduction
Steady-State Equations and Phasor Diagrams
Machine Connected to an Infinite Bus through a Transmission Line
Machine Connected to an Infinite Bus with Local Load at Machine Terminal
Determining Steady-State Conditions
Examples
Initial Conditions for a Multimachine System
Determination of Machine Parameters from Manufacturers' Data
Analog Computer Simulation of the Synchronous Machine
Digital Simulation of Synchronous Machines
Problems
References
Linear Models of the Synchronous Machine
Introduction
Linearization of the Generator State-Space Current Model
Linearization of the Load Equation for the One-Machine Problem
Linearization of the Flux Linkage Model
Simplified Linear Model
Block Diagrams
State-Space Representation of Simplified Model
Problems
References
Excitation Systems
Simplified View of Excitation Control
Control Configurations
Typical Excitation Configurations
Excitation Control System Definitions
Voltage Regulator
Exciter Buildup
Excitation System Response
State-Space Description of the Excitation System
Computer Representation of Excitation Systems
Typical System Constants
The Effect of Excitation on Generator Performance
Problems
References
Effect of Excitation on Stability
Introduction
Effect of Excitation on Generator Power Limits
Effect of the Excitation System on Transient Stability
Effect of Excitation on Dynamic Stability
Root-Locus Analysis of a Regulated Machine Connected to an Infinite Bus
Approximate System Representation
Supplementary Stabilizing Signals
Linear Analysis of the Stabilized Generator
Analog Computer Studies
Digital Computer Transient Stability Studies
Some General Comments on the Effect of Excitation on Stability
Problems
References
Multimachine Systems with Constant Impedance Loads
Introduction
Statement of the Problem
Matrix Representation of a Passive Network
Converting Machine Coordinates to System Reference
Relation Between Machine Currents and Voltages
System Order
Machines Represented by Classical Methods
Linearized Model for the Network
Hybrid Formulation
Network Equations with Flux Linkage Model
Total System Equations
Multimachine System Study
Problems
References
The Mechanical Torque Power System Control and Stability
Speed Governing
The Flyball Governor
The Isochronous Governor
Incremental Equations of the Turbine
The Speed Droop Governor
The Floating-Lever Speed Droop Governor
The Compensated Governor
Problems
References
Steam Turbine Prime Movers
Introduction
Power Plant Control Modes
Thermal Generation
A Steam Power Plant Model
Steam Turbines
Steam Turbine Control Operations
Steam Turbine Control Functions
Steam Generator Control
Fossil-Fuel Boilers
Nuclear Steam Supply Systems
Problems
References
Hydraulic Turbine Prime Movers
Introduction
The Impulse Turbine
The Reaction Turbine
Propeller-Type Turbines
The Deriaz Turbine
Conduits, Surge Tanks, and Penstocks
Hydraulic System Equations
Hydraulic System Transfer Function
Simplifying Assumptions
Block Diagram for a Hydro System
Pumped Storage Hydro Systems
Problems
References
Combustion Turbine and Combined-Cycle Power Plants
Introduction
The Combustion Turbine Prime Mover
The Combined-Cycle Prime Mover
Problems
References
Trigonometric Identities for Three-Phase Systems
Some Computer Methods for Solving Differential Equations
Normalization
Typical System Data
Excitation Control System Definitions
Control System Components
Pressure Control Systems
The Governor Equations
Wave Equations for a Hydraulic Conduit
Hydraulic Servomotors
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