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Investigations of the frequency and voltage dependence of load part systems using a digital self-acting measuring and identification system

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3 Author(s)
E. Welfonder ; Stuttgart Univ., West Germany ; H. Weber ; B. Hall

Automatic equipment has been developed for the investigation of the static and dynamic behavior of load part systems. Two of these microcomputer-based measuring systems have been installed: one at a 150 MW load part system in Heidelberg, West Germany, and the other at a 80 MW load part system in West Berlin. The measuring equipment and the evaluation procedures are described as well as the load parameters obtained by identifying the strongly disturbed and therefore ensemble-averaged input/output signals recorded inside the load part systems

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IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )