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A Power System Stabilixer Using Speed and Electrical Power Inputs-Design and Field Experience

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Further development of a power system stabilizer based on measurement of unit accelerating power, where the mechanical power component is derived from speed and electrical power signals, is described. Techniques to facilitate the implementation of such a controller are discussed and the ability of this type of stabilizer to remove some of the limitations inherent in other stabilizer designs is demonstrated. The design, testing and commissioning of this stabilizers is covered and field experience with it on large fossil-fired and nuclear units is documented.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-100 ,  Issue: 9 )