Influence of Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System on Transient Stability of Power Systems Using MATLAB CODE and Power World Simulator
Novel Research Aspects in Mathematical and Computer Science Vol. 6,
21 July 2022
The goal of this work is to investigate how FACTS affects the transient stability of power systems utilising the Power World Simulator software and the MATLAB-created transient stability code, or "TRANS STAB CODE." We made an effort to describe transient stability in the work's introduction, including its definition, criteria, and equations. Next, we provided a general review of FACTS modelling in power systems, including its definition, different types, schemes, and equations. Then, we provided an example using the UPFC (Unified Power Flow Controller) model. Second, we reviewed the MATLAB code called "TRANS STAB CODE" by describing its structure using graphics windows. After that, I described privately the Power World Simulator simulation software. The test electrical network was then shown, together with the results of this network's transient stability as measured by Power World Simulator and the code "TRANS STAB CODE" for both the presence and absence of flexible alternating current transmission systems. We concluded our work by analysing the outcomes of both programmes in both scenarios—with and without Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System.
- Transient Stability
- Power World Simulator