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Application of long-term simulation programs for analysis of system islanding

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Sancha, J.L. ; Real Electrica de Espana, Madrid, Spain ; Llorens, M.L. ; Moreno, J.M. ; Meyer, B.
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This paper describes the main results and conclusions from the application of two different long-term stability programs to the analysis of a system islanding scenario for a study case developed by Red Electrica de Espana (REE), based on the Spanish system. Two main goals were to evaluate the performance of both simulation programs in the long-term stability area, and to analyze the influence of some important control and protection elements (tie-line loss-of-synchronism relays, underfrequency load-shedding, load-frequency control, and power plant dynamics). Conclusions about modeling and computational requirements for system islanding (frequency) scenarios and use of long-term stability programs are presented

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )