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Use of controlled shunt reactors in high voltage transmission network of Mongolian power system

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The authors describe how the use of controlled shunt reactors in Mongolia could have a number of advantages: availability to reduce power and energy losses to a minimum; reduce voltage oscillations on substations and provide better quality electricity to customers; and improve power system stability and operation of automatic accessories etc. Using EDSA software, the authors have calculated the state condition of Mongolia's Central Energy system using data measured during the winter maximum demand period. Results of calculation were compared with results of measurements to check the authenticity of this calculation. A final conclusion shows that use of controlled shunt reactors in the Mongolian power system is technically and economically efficient

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Science and Technology, 2001. KORUS '01. Proceedings. The Fifth Russian-Korean International Symposium on  (Volume:1 )

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26 Jun-3 Jul 2001

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