Open PowerWorld Simulator case _11, which includes a

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Problem 12.11

Open PowerWorld Simulator case 12_11, which includes a transient stability representation of the system from Example 6.13. Each generator is modeled using a two-axis machine model, an IEEE Type 1 exciter and a TGOV1 governor with R _ 0:05 per unit (a summary of the generator models is available by selecting either Stability Case Info, Transient Stability Generator Summary which includes the generator MVA base, or Stability Case Info, Transient Stability Case Summary). The contingency is the loss of the generator at bus 50, which initially has 42.1 MW of generation. Analytically determine the steady-state frequency error in Hz following this contingency. Use PowerWorld Simulator to confirm this result; also determine the magnitude and time of the largest bus frequency deviation.

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Textbook: Power System Analysis and Design
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Author: J. Duncan Glover
ISBN: 9781133172871

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