Session

Energy Efficiency Engineering

Description

Electrical power systems are such nonlinear systems that the ever changing working environments. Generator outputs, loads and the electrical power system parameters are continuously changing. In recent years, because of economic and environmental conditions, electrical power systems have been forced to work nearly maximum load capacity with the most efficient operating conditions. Accordingly, also, power flow and critical fault conditions analysis is a significant criterion for operation of electrical power systems. Modern power systems are planned for high level, multi-variable dynamic systems. In this study, 16 busbar section from 118 busbar interconnected 420 and 170 kV Marmara region electrical power system transmission lines are discussed. Electrical power system stability is investigated under the critical fault conditions. Power flow and critical fault condition analysis of newly installed transmission lines, additional power transformers and power generating units possibly installed in coming future was performed. Power flow and fault analysis of mentioned electrical power system are solved by using the Power System Analysis Toolbox 2.1.9 (PSAT) software

Keywords:

Critical Fault Condition, Electrical Power System Stability, PSAT

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-10-9

First Page

91

Last Page

100

Location

Durres, Albania

Start Date

7-11-2015 9:00 AM

End Date

7-11-2015 5:00 PM

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Engineering Commons

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Analysis of Marmara Region Electrical Power System Stability under the Critical Fault Conditions

Durres, Albania

Electrical power systems are such nonlinear systems that the ever changing working environments. Generator outputs, loads and the electrical power system parameters are continuously changing. In recent years, because of economic and environmental conditions, electrical power systems have been forced to work nearly maximum load capacity with the most efficient operating conditions. Accordingly, also, power flow and critical fault conditions analysis is a significant criterion for operation of electrical power systems. Modern power systems are planned for high level, multi-variable dynamic systems. In this study, 16 busbar section from 118 busbar interconnected 420 and 170 kV Marmara region electrical power system transmission lines are discussed. Electrical power system stability is investigated under the critical fault conditions. Power flow and critical fault condition analysis of newly installed transmission lines, additional power transformers and power generating units possibly installed in coming future was performed. Power flow and fault analysis of mentioned electrical power system are solved by using the Power System Analysis Toolbox 2.1.9 (PSAT) software