## Computer modelling of electrical power systemsComputer models can be used to simulate the changing states of electrical power systems. Such simulations enable the power engineer to study performance and predict disturbances. Focusing on the performance of the power system boosted by the FACTS. (Flexible Alternate Current Transmission Systems), this timely update of a highly successful text responds to recent developments in power electronics. Comprehensive coverage includes ? The mathematical background, algorithms and the basic tools needed to study complex power systems, their interaction and likely response to different types of network pathologies or disturbances ? The latest improvements in network modelling techniques ? Power electronics equipment Written by an internationally renowned author in the field, this text is a valuable reference resource for practising engineers responsible for power supply systems as well as electrical engineering postgraduates. |

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### Contents

Transmission Systems | 5 |

FACTS and HVDC Transmission | 53 |

Load Flow | 81 |

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Computer modelling of electrical power systems J. Arrillaga,C. P. Arnold,B. J. Harker Snippet view - 1983 |

Computer modelling of electrical power systems J. Arrillaga,C. P. Arnold,B. J. Harker Snippet view - 1983 |

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A-stable a.c. system admittance matrix algorithm Apparatus and Systems branch calculated characteristic components conductor constant d.c. current d.c. link d.c. voltage derived differential equations electromagnetic transient elements EMTDC equivalent circuit fault function fundamental frequency HVDC IEEE Transactions illustrated in Figure induction inductor initial injected current input integration interface inverter Jacobian matrix linear load flow matrix equation mismatches mode Newton-Raphson Newton-Raphson method nodal node non-linear normally Norton equivalent number of iterations operation parameters phase positive sequence Power Apparatus power flow power system primitive network problem reactance reactive power rectifier relay representation represented resistance rotor saturation shown in Figure shunt admittance simulation solution solved specified STATCOM static VAR compensation steady-state step length subsystem switching synchronous machine terminal busbar terminal voltage three-phase thyristor Transactions on Power transformer transmission line trapezoidal method turbine valve variables vector voltage and current voltage magnitude waveforms zero