Design of FACTS Device For The Improvement of Power System Stability using Mathematical Matching Controller

  title={Design of FACTS Device For The Improvement of Power System Stability using Mathematical Matching Controller},
  author={Seelam Sowjanya and Janagam. SrinivasaRao},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering},
The power system installed with a FACTS device demonstrates the application of the model in analyzing the damping effect of the FACTS device stabilizer to improve power system oscillation stability. In case of single-machine infinite bus power systems to be studied and an example power system is presented which show the negative damping influence of STATCOM DC voltage regulator on power system oscillation and the effectiveness of STATCOM stabilizer superimposed on a STATCOM AC voltage regulator… 
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