ON THE POSSIBILITY OF PARAMETRIC RESONANCE IN POWER SYSTEMS: A NEW CONCEPT OF POWER SYSTEM STABILITY.

Y. Tamura, N. Yorino, H. Mori, S. Iwamoto

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Abstract

The definition of power system stability may be extended with a gradual change in the nature of system structure and load and surroundings such as interaction of control schemes, introduction of new control scheme, etc. This paper presents a new approach of assessing power system stability based on the parametric resonance theory. The analogy is confirmed between a simple pendulum and a one-machine-to-quasi-infinite-bus system from the viewpoint of the Mathieu equation. The existence of major critical frequencies of parametric resonance is recognized by means of simulation for (i) a simple generator model, (ii) two-reaction theory model with and without AVR and (iii) a simple network model (Ward & Hale 6-bus system).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Pages939-946
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1984

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    Tamura, Y., Yorino, N., Mori, H., & Iwamoto, S. (1984). ON THE POSSIBILITY OF PARAMETRIC RESONANCE IN POWER SYSTEMS: A NEW CONCEPT OF POWER SYSTEM STABILITY. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 939-946)