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Modelling of power systems in Omola for transient stability studies

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1 Author(s)
Mattsson, S.E. ; Dept. of Autom. Control, Lund Inst. of Technol., Sweden

It is illustrated how the universal, equation-based, and object-oriented modeling language Omola facilitates modeling and simulation. The application is modeling of power systems for transient stability studies. However, the intention is not to develop a full-fledged power system mode, but to illustrate general ideas with concrete examples. The focus is on structural issues of model decomposition, which give flexibility. Model component shells with well-defined terminals which can be easily used to define models of different complexity through inheritance are developed. These model components have been used to implement a 16-machine power system model of the Scandinavian power grid. Simulations agree very well with results obtained from ABB's package Simpow

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Computer-Aided Control System Design, 1992. (CACSD), 1992 IEEE Symposium on

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17-19 Mar 1992

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