Analysis of Transient and Voltage Stability of an 11-Busbar Testing System

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Analysis of Transient and Voltage Stability of an 11-Busbar Testing System


Alma Halilović, Mirza Šarić


A comprehensive treatment from the physical and mathematical perspective supply
modelling, analysis, control and covers a range of topics including modelling, computation of load
flow in the transmission grid, stability analysis of the transient state. It is widely accepted that
transient stability is an important aspect in designing and upgrading electric power system. In
utility planning, transient stability is studied by numerical simulation. It involves the study of the
power system following a major disturbance. In order to study Electric Power System transient
stability, the models to describe their components should be defined. The components are defined
using the classical model, which is valid to time periods up to 2 seconds. This project contains 11
busbars, 1 synchronous generator, 3 loads and 8 transformers. This research is done in DIgSILENT
PowerFactory software for network modeling and simulation by using Stability Analysis Functions
(RMS) advanced feature. In this paper we are analyses the maximum rated power of distributed
generation (DG) considering only the terms of voltage limit constraints, the N-1 operational
criterion analysis and three-phase symmetrical fault analysis for N-1 criterion is examined.


high load, n-1 criterion, synchronous generator, transient stability analysis




International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Journal of Natural Sciences and Engineering


January, 2020

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