Rate of change of frequency under line contingencies in high voltage electric power networks with uncertainties.

@article{Delabays2019RateOC,
  title={Rate of change of frequency under line contingencies in high voltage electric power networks with uncertainties.},
  author={Robin Delabays and Melvyn Tyloo and Philippe Jacquod},
  journal={Chaos},
  year={2019},
  volume={29 10},
  pages={
          103130
        }
}
In modern electric power networks with fast evolving operational conditions, assessing the impact of contingencies is becoming more and more crucial. Contingencies of interest can be roughly classified into nodal power disturbances and line faults. Despite their higher relevance, line contingencies have been significantly less investigated analytically than nodal disturbances. The main reason for this is that nodal power disturbances are additive perturbations, while line contingencies are… 

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