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This paper addresses the development of a portable three-degree-of-freedom (3-DOF) force reflecting manual controller (FRMC) at Florida International University. In order to promote portability, which is the driving concept, a compact gimbal design is used. Furthermore, a parallel fault-tolerant architecture is incorporated in order to insure reliability.(More)
Recent developments in synchronized voltage phasor measurements has made wide area protection and control schemes possible. Recently, wide area disturbances has forced utilities to design protection and control schemes to protect the power system from angular, voltage and frequency instabilities, in order to avoid a complete or partial blackout. A key step(More)
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