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Synchronized Phasor Measurement on the All-Ireland Electrical Network

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Variations in the phase angle difference between a remote 11 kV connected wind farm and the centre of Belfast during a typical working day are investigated in the paper. The results obtained using phasor measurement units (PMUs) are compared with the data generated using a PSS/E simulator configured to model the N. Ireland network. The study investigates the effect of changes in the load demand and the wind farm output power on the phase angles at various locations on the network. The paper finally describes how a major system disturbance on the All-Ireland network was monitored and analysed using PMUs located at Queen's University, Belfast and University College Dublin.

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Power Tech, 2007 IEEE Lausanne

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1-5 July 2007