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Simulation Study on Electromechanical Disturbance Propagation in Large Power System

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Power systems are subjected to all kinds of random disturbances, showing the electromechanical dynamic. A lot of theoretical researches show that the disturbance power and frequency is propagating in the form of wave which is called electromechanical wave. But electromechanical wave theory is not widely used in actual power system. In this paper we focus on simulation study of electromechanical wave frequency sensitivity and propagation velocity and elaborating the simulation results with the electromechanical wave theory. Finally some summaries and expectations on electromechanical wave study are made.

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Chen, C. , Hu, B. and Wang, X. (2015) Simulation Study on Electromechanical Disturbance Propagation in Large Power System. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 3, 155-161. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2015.34022.

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