This work seeks to provide a solid foundation to the principles and practices of dynamics and stability assessment of large-scale power systems, focusing on the use of interconnected systems - and aiming to meet the requirements of today's competitive and deregulated environments. It contains easy-to-follow examples of fundamental concepts and algorithmic procedures.
Table of Contents
Static electric network models; dynamic electric network models; philosophy of security assessment; assessing angle stability via transient energy function; voltage stability assessment; technology of intelligent systems; application of artificial intelligence to angle stability studies; application of artificial intelligence to voltage stability assessment and enhancement to electrical power systems; epilogue/conclusions. Appendix: chapter problems.