Identification of Multi-Machine Power System Coherent Group in Nigeria
Okhueleigbe E.I, Okhueleigbe A.O, Oshevire P.O
Corresponding Author : Okhueleigbe E.I
Oska~Jo & Partners LTD, Edo State, Nigeria.
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Received : 2014-04-19 Accepted : 2014-05-16 Published : 2014-05-16
Abstract : This paper discuss Nigeria 330KV integrated power system coherent groups of generators for coherency based analysis method for network reduction to carry out transient stability analysis for multi-machine power system network. This method is based on the following different indices, the first one is inertia condition index and second one is initial power variation index. The coherency identification method has the ability to identify perfect coherent groups in a very simple way, so that the nature of the machines in the reduced order system is exactly similar to those of the full system. Each coherent group is replaced by a single machine using the method of dynamic equivalent construction. The proposed test system involves the integrated network consisting of 39 buses.
Keywords : generators, buses, dynamic equivalents, inertia constant, initial power variation, Nigeria
Citation : Okhueleigbe E.I, et al (2014) Identification of Multi-Machine Power System Coherent Group in Nigeria. J. of Advancement
in Engineering and Technology. V1I3. 02 DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.999458
Copyright : © 2018 Okhueleigbe E.I. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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