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The Study of FACTS Impacts for Probabilistic Transient Stability
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 Title & Authors
The Study of FACTS Impacts for Probabilistic Transient Stability
Kim Hyung-Chul; Kwon Sae-Hyuk;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes a probabilistic evaluation for the transient stability of electrical power systems incorporating FACTS devices. The uncertainties of the fault location and relay operation time play important keys in power system instability evaluation. The TCSC and SVC are employed for the reduction of system instability probability. This method is demonstrated by the WSCC test system and the results are compared with and without FACTS by means of Monte Carlo simulation.
 Keywords
FACTS;Monte Carlo simulation;SVC;TCSC;Transient stability;
 Language
English
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