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Power generation and load change to stability effects in Northwest Anatolia transmission system

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1 Author(s)
Pamuk, N. ; TEIAS 5. Iletim Tesis Ve Isletme Grup Mudurlugu, Sakarya, Turkey

The purpose of the transmission system, maximum efficiency is needed in security and that provided the load is kept in optimum conditions. To be on optimal functioning of the system, load flow analysis is required. As a result of load flow analysis, each one buses voltage amplitude, phase angle and reactive power flows and transmission lines are calculated values. In this study, 18 buses transmission system are discussed by using the power system analysis toolbox software (PSAT) for MATLAB. Transmission system load and power generation examined in to the system stability effects. Transmission system is to analyze the increase in energy demand is 15% per annum is projected. Power generation and increase load capacity of the lines that were explained.

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Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (ELECO), 2010 National Conference on

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2-5 Dec. 2010