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An online implementation of transient stability in a dispatcher training simulator

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5 Author(s)
Vadari, S. ; ESCA Corp., Bellevue, WA, USA ; Demaree, K. ; Hwang, D. ; Miller, G.
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An integrated online transient stability program in the power system dispatcher training simulator (DTS) environment is presented. The DTS stability simulation completes the training system by allowing engineers and training specialists preparing the various scenarios with an opportunity to validate the events sequence for each scenario and to review and evaluate the operator's performance during a training session. The simulation can be directly initialized from the DTS state. The computer program uses the same models which are used in the DTS augmented by the extra modeling needed for the transient capabilities of the generators and DC systems. The interactive user interface is compatible with the DTS/energy management system environment. The output events of the simulation can be directly inserted into the events database of the DTS. Easy data entry capabilities for model building exist. Data security and organization via a database management system is provided. The results of testing are very favorable under various system conditions

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 1 )