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Voltage Stability in Electrical Power Systems

Concepts, Assessment, and Methods for Improvement

Karbalaei, Farid / Abbasi, Shahriar / Shabani, Hamid Reza

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1. Auflage Dezember 2022
288 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-83059-7
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Voltage Stability in Electrical Power Systems

Explore critical topics and the latest research in voltage stability in electric power systems

In Voltage Stability in Electrical Power Systems: Concepts, Assessment, and Methods for Improvement, three distinguished electrical engineers deliver a comprehensive discussion of voltage stability analysis in electrical power systems. The book discusses the concept of voltage stability, effective factors and devices, and suitable system modeling, offering readers an authoritative overview of the subject and strategies to prevent instability in power systems.

The authors explore critical topics such as load and load tap changer (LTC) transformer modeling and the impact of distributed generation and transmission-distribution interactions on voltage stability. They also present practical methods to improve voltage stability.

Readers will also find:
* Thorough introductions to voltage stability, effective factors and devices, and suitable systems modeling
* Comprehensive explorations of voltage stability assessment methods, including the continuation power flow methods and PV-curve fitting
* In-depth explorations of methods of improving voltage stability, including preventive and corrective methods
* Fulsome presentations of measurement-based indices and model-based indices of stability assessment

Perfect for engineers and other professionals designing electric power systems, Voltage Stability in Electrical Power Systems: Concepts, Assessment, and Methods for Improvement will also earn a place in the libraries of graduate and senior undergraduate students with an interest in power systems.

Foreword

Preface

Chapter 1 How does voltage instability occur?

Chapter 2 Loads and Load Tap Changer (LTC) transformer modeling

Chapter 3 Generator modeling

Chapter 4 Impact of distributed generation and transmission-distribution interactions on voltage stability

Chapter 5 The continuation power flow methods

Chapter 6 PV-curve fitting

Chapter 7 Measurement-based indices

Chapter 8 Model-based indices

Chapter 9 Machine learning-based assessment methods

Chapter 10 Preventive Control of Voltage Instability

Chapter 11 Emergency Control of Voltage Instability
Farid Karbalaei, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University in Lavizan, Tehran, Iran. His research is focused on voltage stability analysis, power system dynamic and control, and optimization methods and algorithms.

Shahriar Abbasi, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Electrical Power Engineering at the Technical and Vocational University of Iran. His research is focused on stochastic power systems planning and optimization, power systems modeling and analysis, uncertainty modeling, and wind power generation.

Hamid Reza Shabani, PhD, currently works as a postdoctoral researcher at Aalborg University (AAU Energy) in the Esbjerg Energy Section. His main research interests include power system stability, power system dynamic and control, and renewable energies.

F. Karbalaei, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran; S. Abbasi, Technical and Vocational University of Iran, Kermanshah, Iran; H. R. Shabani, Aalborg University, Esbjerg, Denmark