Power system event location analysis using wide-area measurements

@article{Gardner2006PowerSE,
  title={Power system event location analysis using wide-area measurements},
  author={R. Matthew Gardner and J. K. Wang and Yong Liu},
  journal={2006 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting},
  year={2006},
  pages={7 pp.-}
}
Power system frequency can tell volumes about the health and state of a power system. Moreover, the manner in which angle and frequency perturbations travel throughout the power grid has been closely studied in the past. Such perturbations are known to propagate throughout the grid as a function of time and space. Using measurements from a wide-area frequency monitoring network (FNET), one can observe the electromechanical wave signature of power system events in frequency data. In this paper… CONTINUE READING
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