Use of least mean squares (LMS) adaptive filtering technique for estimating low-frequency electromechanical modes in power systems

@article{Wies2004UseOL,
  title={Use of least mean squares (LMS) adaptive filtering technique for estimating low-frequency electromechanical modes in power systems},
  author={R. Wies and J. W. Pierre and D. J. Trudnowski},
  journal={IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={1863-1870 Vol.2}
}
The stability of heavily interconnected power systems is a primary concern in the power utility industry. Accurate knowledge of the low-frequency electromechanical modes in power systems gives vital information about the stability of the system. Current techniques for estimating electromechanical modes are computationally intensive and rely on complex system models. This research complements model-based approaches with the use of measurement-based techniques. Current measurement-based… CONTINUE READING
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