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Iterative Matrix Pencil Method for Power System Modal Analysis
|Title:||Iterative Matrix Pencil Method for Power System Modal Analysis|
|Keywords:||Monitoring, Control and Protection|
Electric Energy Systems
Iterative Matrix Pencil, Modal Analysis, Power System Dynamics, Synthetic Networks, Transient Stability
|Date Issued:||08 Jan 2019|
|Abstract:||This paper introduces a modal analysis approach|
termed as the Iterative Matrix Pencil method. It uses
the Matrix Pencil Method as the primary tool for mode
identification, and adds to it by utilizing the concept
of a cost function in order to reduce the number of
signals needed to identify the modes for a large system.
The method is tested for a variety of large synthetic
power grids in this paper, with the cost function being
reported to measure accuracy. A sensitivity analysis is
also considered, showing how this new method behaves
when adjusting the two primary user-based inputs; the
number of iterations, and the SVD threshold.
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
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Monitoring, Control and Protection|
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