Simulation of Power System with Renewables provides details on the modelling and efficient implementation of MATLAB, particularly with a renewable energy driven power system. The book presents a step-by-step approach to modelling implementation, including all major components used in current power systems operation, giving the reader the opportunity to learn how to gather models for conventional generators, wind farms, solar plants and FACTS control devices. Users will find this to be a central resource for modelling, building and simulating renewable power systems, including discussions on its limitations, assumptions on the model, and the implementation and analysis of the system.
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Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Transmission network modelling Chapter Three: Synchronous machine modelling Chapter Four: Analysis and controller design ideas Chapter Five: Load modelling Chapter Six: Wind turbine generator modelling Chapter Seven: Modelling of solar generation Chapter Eight: Modelling of flexible AC transmission system devices Chapter Nine: Case study of interarea oscillations in power system
was a Research Associate in the Control and Power Research Group at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. He received the B.Tech. degree from Mahatma Gandhi University, India, the M.S. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India, and the Ph.D. degree from Imperial College London, U.K., in 2002, 2006, and 2012, respectively, currently Linash is working as HVDC Engineer at Mitsubishi Electric Europe, UK.
Stefanie Kuenzel Royal Holloway University of London.
Stefanie Kuenzel received the PhD degree from Imperial College London UK in 2014. She is currently Head of the Power Systems group and Lecturer with the Department of Electronic Engineering at Royal Holloway University of London. She is an editor for IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy and her research interests include renewable generation, smart metering and transmission, including HVDC.
Bikash Pal Professor of Power Systems, Imperial College London, UK.
Dr. Bikash Pal is Professor of Power Systems at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, London. He is research active in dynamics, stability, estimation and control of power system dominated by renewable generations. At Imperial College London, he teaches various power system courses at the graduate and post graduate level