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Analyzes the dynamic functionality of interconnected energy systems.* Examines the features of a few of the elements of an influence approach in the course of common working stipulations and through disturbances.* Explores the precise mathematical types of process parts and analyzes the process habit utilizing the required computational instruments.

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17 Representation or a muhimachine system (classical model). conditions is needed. The magnitudes £;, i = I, 2, .. , n are held constant during the transient in classical stability studies. The passive electrical network described above has n nodes with active sources. The admittance matrix of the n-port network, looking into the network from the terminals of the generators. 53) where Y has the diagonal elements Y;; 'Vij Vii and the off-diagonal elements Y;j' By definition. n.. 54) The power into the network at node i, which is the electrical power output of machine i, is given by P; = eRe El;* Pd = £1 o, + L n j-I EjEj Yij cos (8(i - 0; + OJ) i = 1,2, .

4 for the faulted network and for the system with the fault cleared. These equations are nonlinear; therefore, time solutions will be obtained by numerical methods. A partial survey of these methods is given in Appendix B. To illustrate the procedure used in numerical integration, the modified Euler method is used in this example. This method is outlined in Appendix B. l . l. These are called the predicted values of the variables and are based only on the values of 0(1), w(l), and their derivatives.

14(b). The area A 2 is smaller than A I' and as 0 increases beyond the value where P, reverses sign again, the area A 3 is added to A I. The limit of stability occurs when the angle omax is such that Pa(omax) = 0 and the areas A I and A 2 are equal. For this case omax coincides with the angle Om on the power-angle curve with the fault cleared such that P = Pm and () > tr/2. Note that the accelerating power need not be plotted as a function of o. We can obtain the same information if the electrical and mechanical powers are plotted as a function of o.

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