Phase and Amplitude Synchronization in Power-Grid Frequency Fluctuations in the Nordic Grid

@article{Gorjo2022PhaseAA,
  title={Phase and Amplitude Synchronization in Power-Grid Frequency Fluctuations in the Nordic Grid},
  author={Leonardo Rydin Gorj{\~a}o and Luigi Vanfretti and Dirk Witthaut and Christian Beck and Benjamin Sch{\"a}fer},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2022},
  volume={10},
  pages={18065-18073}
}
Monitoring and modelling the power grid frequency is key to ensuring stability in the electrical power system. Many tools exist to investigate the detailed deterministic dynamics and especially the bulk behaviour of the frequency. However, far less attention has been paid to its stochastic properties, and there is a need for a cohesive framework that couples both short-time scale fluctuations and bulk behaviour. Moreover, commonly assumed uncorrelated stochastic noise is predominantly employed… 
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