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Unbalanced analysis of multimachine power system using phase frame of reference

Lo, K.L. and El-Khatroushi, H.A. and Tumay, M. and Alammari, R.A. (2001) Unbalanced analysis of multimachine power system using phase frame of reference. Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 1 (1). pp. 29-44. ISSN 1823-4690

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Abstract

The degree of sophistication of power qsteni simulation and analysis has undergone considerable change over the past decade. With the advent of powerful and high-speed computer facilities, power system analysis have been able to stimulate system components as accurately as the available information will allow. The development of a circuit theory approach relating to power system network to the solution of transient problems has evoked considerable interest in different techniques for the solution of the associated differential equations.