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Frequency Stability of the Bulk Isolated Power System with a High Share of Renewables and Nuclear Generation

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Frequency stability is one of the principal tasks of providing the security and reliability of power system operation. This chapter covers the various aspects of frequency stability study in power systems. The chapter consists of three parts. In the first part, the identification methodology of the frequency characteristics of the power system is presented. The second part covers the questions of the local frequency control to mitigate the impact of the renewable generation on highly loaded tie-line flows. The third part of the frequency stability study considers the frequency emergency systems and AGC simulation.

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Pavlovskyi, V., Steliuk, A., Lenga, O., Hrechko, V. (2022). Frequency Stability of the Bulk Isolated Power System with a High Share of Renewables and Nuclear Generation. In: Kyrylenko, O., Zharkin, A., Butkevych, O., Blinov, I., Zaitsev, I., Zaporozhets, A. (eds) Power Systems Research and Operation. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 388. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-82926-1_8

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