In-Depth Study on Synthesis Load Modeling

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Detailed procedures for the modeling of synthesis load models (SLM) of actual power network are presented, then the classification indices based on 1oad characteristics and the principle of load classification are expounded. Based on the results of general investigation of 220 kV and 330kV substations in China’s power grid, the load characteristics are classified, and detailed load characteristic investigation of selected different kinds of typical substations are carried out. By use of statistical synthesis, the SLM for typical substations, in which the distribution networks are taken into account, are built; and the modeling results are disseminated and applied to whole Chinese power grid. Besides, the load model parameters are evaluated and verified via post-disturbance simulation method. The effectiveness of the built SLM is validated by the fitting of some disturbance incidents.

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Q. Wang, Y. Tang and B. Zhao, "In-Depth Study on Synthesis Load Modeling," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 498-504. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B096.

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