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Thermal Engineering

, Volume 64, Issue 13, pp 971–981 | Cite as

Application of a Modal Approach in Solving the Static Stability Problem for Electric Power Systems

  • J. V. Sharov
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Abstract

Application of a modal approach in solving the static stability problem for power systems is examined. It is proposed to use the matrix exponent norm as a generalized transition function of the power system disturbed motion. Based on the concept of a stability radius and the pseudospectrum of Jacobian matrix, the necessary and sufficient conditions for existence of the static margins were determined. The capabilities and advantages of the modal approach in designing centralized or distributed control and the prospects for the analysis of nonlinear oscillations and rendering the dynamic stability are demonstrated.

Keywords

static or dynamic stability stability margin algebra-differential equations linearization Jacobi matrix eigenvalues modal analysis generalized transition function controllability control law synthesis centralized or distributed control Poincare-Dulac normal form nonlinear modal interaction strong or weak resonance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Research University Moscow Power Engineering Institute (NIU MPEI)MoscowRussia

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