Open PowerWorld Simulator case _3. This case models the

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Problem 12.3

Open PowerWorld Simulator case 12_3. This case models the system from Example 12.1 except with the rate feedback gain constant, Kf , has been set to zero and the simulation end time was increased to 30 seconds. Without rate feedback the system voltage response will become unstable if the amplifier gain, Ka, becomes too large. In the simulation this instability will be indicated by undamped oscillations in the terminal voltage (because of the limits on Vr the response does not grow to in- finity but rather bounces between the limits). Using transient stability simulations, iteratively determine the approximate value of Ka at which the system becomes unstable. The value of Ka can be on the Generator Information Dialog, Stability, Exciters page.

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