Robert P. Broadwater

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— Stakeholders' expectations and technology constantly evolve during the lengthy development cycles of a large-scale computer based system. Consequently, the traditional approach of baselining requirements results in an unsatisfactory system because it is ill-equipped to accommodate such change. In contrast, systems constructed on the basis of Capabilities(More)
This paper presents a new method for studying the electromechanical transients in power systems using combined Transmission and Distribution (T&D) models. Unlike the traditional dynamics analysis techniques which assume a balanced electric network, the methodology presented in this paper models individual phases of the power system and associated imbalances(More)
version of the paper from ieeexplore will be provided once the paper becomes available at ieeexplore. Abstract—The primary objective of this paper is to highlight the need for and benefits of studying the steady state and dynamic response of power systems using three phase integrated transmission and distribution (T&D) system models (hereafter referred to(More)
This paper presents a new method for studying electromechanical transients in power systems using three phase, combined transmission and distribution models (hybrid models). The methodology models individual phases of an electric network and associated unbalance in load and generation. Therefore, the impacts of load unbalance, single phase distributed(More)
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