Power system voltage stability

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 273 pages
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Provides solutions to everyday voltage stability problems increasingly faced by engineers in electric power plants. Table of Contents: General Aspects of Electric Power Systems; What is Voltage Stability; Transmission System Reactive Power Compensation and Control; Power System Loads; Generation Characteristics; Simulation of Equivalent Systems; Voltage Stability of a Large System; Voltage Stability with HVDC Links; Power System Planning and Operating Guidelines. Appendices: A. Notes on the Per Unit System; B. Voltage Stability and the Power Flow Problem; C. Power Flow Simulation Methodology; D. Dynamic Analysis Methods; E. Equivalent System 2 Data; F. Voltage Instability Incidents. Index. Illustrations.

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Contents

General Aspects of Electric Power Systems
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What is Voltage Stability?
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Transmission System Reactive Power Compensation
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