Load Model Parameter Ranking for Different Types of Power System Stability Studies

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This chapter discusses the main part of this research, which is identifying critical load model parameters according to their influence of power system stabilities. First, it introduces the test network for the load model parameter ranking and explains the procedure for parameter ranking. Then the load model parameter ranking is carried out for three types of load models and four types of power system stability using Morris screening method. The parameter ranking is performed considering various loading conditions. The results of the ranking are illustrated using heatmaps. Finally, a summary of the parameter ranking is made at the end of this chapter.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Grid Corporation of ChinaShanghaiChina

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