IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy
Online ISSN : 1348-8147
Print ISSN : 0385-4213
ISSN-L : 0385-4213
Power System Transient Stability Simulation Based on OOP and TEF
Ji-Ho ParkYoung-Sik Baek
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2009 Volume 129 Issue 3 Pages 405-412


In this paper, power system transient stability is simulated by using the new method of power system transient stability simulation. It combines the desirable features of both the time domain technique based on OOP (Object-oriented Programming) and the TEF (Transient Energy function) of detailed generator model. OOP is an alternative to overcome the problems associated with the development, maintenance and update of large software by electrical utilities. Several papers have already evaluated this approach for power system applications in areas such as load flow, security assessment and graphical interface. This paper applied the object-oriented approach to the problem of power system transient stability simulation. The modeling method is that each block of dynamic system block diagram is implemented as an object and connected each other. In the transient energy method, the detailed synchronous generator model is so-called two-axis model. For the excitation model, IEEE type1 model is used. The developed mothed was successfully applied to New England Test System.

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