Development of advanced analytical techniques for the analysis of subsynchronous torsional interaction with FACTS devices

A. R. Messina, C. A. Rivera, D. Olguín, Daniel Ruíz

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Abstract

Flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) devices are increasingly being used to enhance power transfers, as well as to provide voltage stabilisation at critical system locations. The application of FACTS devices, however, presents the potential for excitation of subsynchronous oscillations in nearby turbine-generators. In recent years, subsynchronous oscillations in turbine-generators have also resulted from interaction with major control devices, such as excitation control and HVDC converter controls. Other devices with the ability to control power or speed variations rapidly are a potential source for excitation of subsynchronous oscillations.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages275
Number of pages1
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StatePublished - 1 Jan 1999
EventInternational Conference on Electric Power Engineering, PowerTech Budapest 1999 -
Duration: 1 Jan 1999 → …

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Messina, A. R., Rivera, C. A., Olguín, D., & Ruíz, D. (1999). Development of advanced analytical techniques for the analysis of subsynchronous torsional interaction with FACTS devices. 275. Paper presented at International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, PowerTech Budapest 1999, . https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.1999.826707
Messina, A. R. ; Rivera, C. A. ; Olguín, D. ; Ruíz, Daniel. / Development of advanced analytical techniques for the analysis of subsynchronous torsional interaction with FACTS devices. Paper presented at International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, PowerTech Budapest 1999, .1 p.
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Messina AR, Rivera CA, Olguín D, Ruíz D. Development of advanced analytical techniques for the analysis of subsynchronous torsional interaction with FACTS devices. 1999. Paper presented at International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, PowerTech Budapest 1999, . https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.1999.826707