Power System Transient Analysis

Author: Eiichi Haginomori
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118737453
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Understanding transient phenomena in electric power systems and the harmful impact of resulting disturbances is an important aspect of power system operation and resilience. Bridging the gap from theory to practice, this guide introduces the fundamentals of transient phenomena affecting electric power systems using the numerical analysis tools, Alternative Transients Program- Electromagnetic Transients Program (ATP-EMTP) and ATP-DRAW. This technology is widely-applied to recognize and solve transient problems in power networks and components giving readers a highly practical and relevant perspective and the skills to analyse new transient phenomena encountered in the field. Key features: Introduces novice engineers to transient phenomena using commonplace tools and models as well as background theory to link theory to practice. Develops analysis skills using the ATP-EMTP program, which is widely used in the electric power industry. Comprehensive coverage of recent developments such as HVDC power electronics with several case studies and their practical results. Provides extensive practical examples with over 150 data files for analysing transient phenomena and real life practical examples via a companion website. Written by experts with deep experience in research, teaching and industry, this text defines transient phenomena in an electric power system and introduces a professional transient analysis tool with real examples to novice engineers in the electric power system industry. It also offers instruction for graduates studying all aspects of power systems.

Power System Transients

Author: Akihiro Ametani
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781315349435
Size: 17.64 MB
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This new edition covers a wide area from transients in power systems—including the basic theory, analytical calculations, EMTP simulations, computations by numerical electromagnetic analysis methods, and field test results—to electromagnetic disturbances in the field on EMC and control engineering. Not only does it show how a transient on a single-phase line can be explained from a physical viewpoint, but it then explains how it can be solved analytically by an electric circuit theory. Approximate formulas, which can be calculated by a pocket calculator, are presented so that a transient can be analytically evaluated by a simple hand calculation. Since a real power line is three-phase, this book includes a theory that deals with a multi-phase line for practical application. In addition, methods for tackling a real transient in a power system are introduced. This new edition contains three completely revised and updated chapters, as well as two new chapters on grounding and numerical methods.

Power System Transient Stability Analysis Using The Transient Energy Function Method

Author: Abdel-Azia Fouad
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780132440516
Size: 13.53 MB
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This book details the state of the art in the development and application of the transient energy function (TEF) method as a tool for power system transient stability assessment. It provides both the analytical foundations of the TEF method and the practical issues involved in the application of the method to analyze power systems. Of primary interest to electric utility engineers who need to understand and apply the technique, as well as engineers in research organizations involved in research and development projects on power system dynamics, and utility engineers interested in the use of the TEF method as a tool for dynamic security assessment.

Numerical Analysis Of Power System Transients And Dynamics

Author: Akihiro Ametani
Publisher: IET
ISBN: 9781849198493
Size: 10.14 MB
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This book describes the three major power system transient and dynamics simulation tools based on a circuit-theory based approach which are most widely used all over the world (EMTP-ATP, EMTP-RV and EMTDC/PSCAD), together with other powerful simulation tools such as XTAP.

Power System Transients

Author: Juan A. Martinez-Velasco
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420065300
Size: 19.82 MB
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Despite the powerful numerical techniques and graphical user interfaces available in present software tools for power system transients, a lack of reliable tests and conversion procedures generally makes determination of parameters the most challenging part of creating a model. Illustrates Parameter Determination for Real-World Applications Geared toward both students and professionals with at least some basic knowledge of electromagnetic transient analysis, Power System Transients: Parameter Determination summarizes current procedures and techniques for the determination of transient parameters for six basic power components: overhead line, insulated cable, transformer, synchronous machine, surge arrester, and circuit breaker. An expansion on papers published in the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, this text helps those using transient simulation tools (e.g., EMTP-like tools) to select the optimal determination method for their particular model, and it addresses commonly encountered problems, including: Lack of information Testing setups and measurements that are not recognized in international standards Insufficient studies to validate models, mainly those used in high-frequency transients Current built-in models that do not cover all requirements Illustrated with case studies, this book provides modeling guidelines for the selection of adequate representations for main components. It discusses how to collect the information needed to obtain model parameters and also reviews procedures for deriving them. Appendices summarize updated techniques for identifying linear systems from frequency responses and review capabilities and limitations of simulation tools. Emphasizing standards, this book is a clear and concise presentation of key aspects in creating an adequate and reliable transient model.

Controlling Power System Transients Using Transient Analysis Of Control System Tacs Modules

Author: Zia Salami
ISBN: OCLC:657102850
Size: 17.32 MB
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Investigates the causes that lead to electrical transients or system instability in power systems. Discusses lightning, fault, switching events, and starting universal machines as major causes that lead to transient signals. Performs a series of test case studies for different types of disturbances. Developes the power system controller for protecting power systems from transient signals which enhances system operation. Emphasizes switching events and fault analysis for one phase and three phase power systems.