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Synchronized phasor measurements of a power system event

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The paper describes one of the first field measurements of positive sequence voltage phasors at key system buses during a switching operation at Plant Scherer of the Georgia Power Company. The phasor measurements were synchronized using time transmissions from the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. The data show the first ever observation of power swings recorded via synchronized phasors at several points on an integrated power network. Measurements were made on the Georgia Power Company (GPC) system, the Florida Power and Light (FPL) system, and on the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) system. The disturbance was also simulated on a stability program. Results of the simulation, and a comparison with the observed field data are also included

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 3 )