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A unified model for the analysis of FACTS devices in damping power system oscillations. I. Single-machine infinite-bus power systems

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2 Author(s)
Wang, H.F. ; Manchester Metropolitan Univ., UK ; Swift, F.J.

The static VAr compensator (SVC), controllable series compensator (CSC) and phase shifter (PS) are three of the options of power electronic devices, referred to as FACTS (flexible AC transmission systems) devices. They are becoming of increasing importance in suppressing power system oscillations and improving system damping. In this paper, a unified model of a power system installed with these three FACTS devices is established. Their effectiveness in suppressing power system oscillations is investigated by analysing their damping torque contributions to the power system. The work in this paper relies on the theoretical analysis of a general single-machine infinite-bus power system where the objective is to present an insight into the operation of the damping control of the FACTS devices

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 2 )