- Volume 29 Issue 4
Subsynchronous Resonance is a condition where the electrical power systems composed of generator and transmission line exchange energy with mechanical turbine-generator system at the frequency of the combined below the subsynchronous frequency. Therefore, the frequency of power systems should be associated with the subsynchronous resonance. This paper describes subsynchronous resonance by flexible frequency operation. It focuses on the characteristics and behavior of subsynchronous resonance. The subsynchronous resonance is being conducted by real-time digital simulator and the IEEE benchmark model for subsynchronous resonance have been utilized for the test systems.
Subsynchronous Resonance;Flexible Frequency Operation;Turbine Generator;RTDS;Power System Analysis
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