Power-Electronics-Enabled Transient Stabilization of Power Systems


Transient stability of electric energy grids is defined as the ability of the power system to remain in synchronism during large disturbances. If the grid is not equipped with controllers capable of transiently stabilizing system dynamics, large disturbances could cause protection to trigger disconnecting the equipment and leading further to cascading… (More)


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@inproceedings{Cvetkovic2015PowerElectronicsEnabledTS, title={Power-Electronics-Enabled Transient Stabilization of Power Systems}, author={Milos Cvetkovic}, year={2015} }