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Novel load-based control strategies for power system primary frequency regulation

  title={Novel load-based control strategies for power system primary frequency regulation},
  author={Atieh Delavari},
Any inequality between power system generation and load must be corrected in a short time, otherwise frequency deviation will happen and consequently the stability and security of the power system will be threatened. Demand-side endpoints are distributed on the load side of power systems in contrast to traditional control resources such as centralized bulk generators. The ability of outright ON/OFF switching devices on the demand side enables the loads to respond faster to system disturbances… 

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