Improving power systems stability using reactive power compensation

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Bahadornejad, Momen
Zarreh, Hooman
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2022-12-09
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voltage control
reactive power control
distributed electricity generation
electrical engineering
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Bahadornejad, M., & Zarreh, H. (2022, December, 8-9). Improving power systems stability using reactive power compensation [Paper presentation]. Rangahau: Te Mana o te Mahi Kotahitanga: Research: The Power of Collaboration, MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2022, Te Pūkenga, New Zealand
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Introduction to angle stability Example of steady state instability Methodology, the theory, examples Simulation: Python Code results Simulation: Circuit without midpoint compensation Multisim simulation Simulation: No midpoint compensation Validation: Power Lab Bench test Angle differences comparison
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