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—This paper utilizes an adaptive three-bus power system equivalent for measurement-based voltage stability analysis. With that equivalent identified online, a measurement-based approach is developed to estimate real-time voltage stability margin for a load-rich area supported by remote generation via multiple tie lines. Compared with traditional Thevenin… (More)
A system wide disturbance event usually triggers inter-area oscillations at the system. Understanding the nature of those oscillations is important for taking necessary early mitigation actions. This work presents a novel scheme for analyzing inter-area oscillations by identification of the centers of oscillation (CoO) using two methods based on wide-area… (More)
In the title complex, (C(12)H(10)FN(2))(2)[Ni(C(4)N(2)S(2))(2)], the anion lies on an inversion center with the Ni(II) ion coordinated by four S atoms in a slightly distorted square-planar environment. In the unique cation, the dihedral angle between the benzene and pyridine rings is 7.1 (2) Å.
—This paper proposes a method of real-time voltage stability assessment for load areas, in which the proximity to voltage collapse point at each bus can be accurately evaluated. Based on the non-iterative holomorphic embedding method (HEM), the voltage of each bus for different loading levels in the load area is quickly screened out by only performing… (More)
—This paper proposes a new approach using phasor measurement units (PMUs) to estimate real-time voltage stability margin for a load area supported by multiple tie lines. For the monitored tie lines, it can provide accurate real and reactive power transfer margins. Compared to a traditional Thevenin equivalent-based approach, the new approach is more… (More)