Basic Mathematical Descriptions for Electric Power Systems
It is a significant task to integrate the latest research achievements on nonlinear control theory with the electric power system dynamics in order to form a modern disciplinary system of nonlinear control of power systems, with the goal of improving the dynamic performance and both small and large disturbance stability so as to provide better quality and more security of power supply.
KeywordsPower System Electric Power System Nonlinear Control System Synchronous Generator Flux Linkage
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