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Dynamic stability and power system stabilizersߞAnalysis and tests on the Venezuelan system

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4 Author(s)
Millan, R.H. ; Universidad Central, de Venezuela, Caracas ; Mendoza, J.A. ; Cardozo, C. ; de Lima, A.

The nature of undamped oscillations in a power system is closely examined in this paper and an experimental approach is proposed for the adjustment of the power system stabilizers to damp these oscillations. A description is given of the poorly damped and occasionally sustained oscillations that the Venezuelan Interconnected power system experienced after the installation of high initial response solid-state exciters and a detailed discussion is presented of the results of tests performed on the power system with stabilizers adjusted using the experimental approach proposed.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:96 ,  Issue: 3 )