Power System DynamicsCopyright: Martin Braun
In this class, the principles of Power System Dynamics are covered. Starting with a review of the fundamentals of the modeling of the most significant network components, typical categories of power system transient behavior will be introduced, as well as ways to relate these to control theory. The course covers steady state classical analysis as well as electromagnetic phenomena. Small disturbances for unregulated systems and regulated systems are investigated, and for large disturbances transient stability and the Lyapunov method are discussed. A special focus lies in the dynamics of wind farms. The aspect of voltage stability and frequency stability will round up the class.
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