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Required Accuracy Level of Critical Load Model Parameters

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Abstract

After identifying the important load model parameters for power system stability studies, the next question is how accurately these parameters need to be modelled. This chapter solves this problem by obtaining the accuracy levels required for different load model parameters in order to achieve certain confidence levels of chosen power system stability indices. The accuracy levels of chosen critical load model parameters have been obtained for different load models, different power system stability studies and different loading conditions. This chapter thus provides guidance for determining the required accuracy of load models for individual loads in power system based on their influence on different types of power system stability studies.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Grid Corporation of ChinaShanghaiChina

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