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Avoiding Hopf bifurcations in power systems via set-points tuning

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2 Author(s)
Lerm, A.A.P. ; Centro Fed. de Educacao Tecnologica do RS, Univ. Catolica de Pelotas, Brazil ; Silva, A.Se.

This paper presents a methodology to control Hopf bifurcations in power systems based on several control actions, as reactive power compensation, LTC switching, load shedding, and adjustment of set-point values of automatic voltage regulators and governors. This approach is suited to large power systems since it includes a detailed system modeling, where the bifurcation diagrams are obtained directly from the DAE representation. Results are presented for two systems: the New England test system and the Southern Brazil power system.

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 2 )