Stability of DC Networks with Generic Load Models


DC grids are prone to small-signal instabilities due to the presence of tightly controlled loads trying to keep the power consumption constant over range of terminal voltage variations. Th, so-called, constant power load (CPL) represents a classical example of this destabilizing behavior acting as an incremental negative resistance. Real-life DC loads… (More)

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