Frequency Response as Tuning of Power System Stabilizer on Rotor Speed Dynamic Stability

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Power system stability is the ability of an electric power system unit, for giving operating conditions beginning to recover operating state of equilibrium after being subjected to a physical interference. Power system stability has been recognized as an important problem for safe operation of system unit. Stability of power system is similar to the stability of any dynamic system, and has basic mathematical. Concepts from the mathematics and theoretical stability control are first revised to provide background information related to stability of dynamic system generally and establish a connection theoretical. This paper presents to improve of dynamic power system stability using frequency response as tuning of system stabilizer. It is started by electrical power systems mathematic modeling in state variable equation then set the expertise function of frequency response as tuning of system stabilizer. The plant controlled by function of frequency response is tuned to left half plane (LHP) as system stabilizer which their input from the rotor speed. When the system occur fault, the rotor speed should be synchronized, for this case one electrical controller is needed to make sure the system is stable.

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Gomesh Nair a/l Shasidharan, Muhammad Irwanto, Muhammad Mokhzaini Azizan and Baharuddin Ismail

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110-113

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M. Irwanto et al., "Frequency Response as Tuning of Power System Stabilizer on Rotor Speed Dynamic Stability", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 793, pp. 110-113, 2015

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September 2015

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