An Approach for Fast Cascading Failure Simulation in Dynamic Models of Power Systems

@article{Gharebaghi2022AnAF,
  title={An Approach for Fast Cascading Failure Simulation in Dynamic Models of Power Systems},
  author={Sina Gharebaghi and Nilanjan Ray Chaudhuri and Ting He and Thomas F. La Porta},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.00103}
}
—The ground truth for cascading failure in power system can only be obtained through a detailed dynamic model involving nonlinear differential and algebraic equations whose solution process is computationally expensive. This has prohibited adoption of such models for cascading failure simulation. To solve this, we propose a fast cascading failure simulation approach based on implicit Backward Euler method (BEM) with stiff decay property. Unfortunately, BEM suffers from hyperstability issue in… 

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