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dc.contributor.authorNanda, J-
dc.contributor.authorBijwe, P R-
dc.contributor.authorHenry, J-
dc.contributor.authorBapi Raju, V-
dc.identifier.citationGeneration, Transmission and Distribution IEE Proceedings C, 139(2), 87 - 92p.en
dc.description.abstractA general purpose fast decoupled power flow model (GFDPF) is presented that exhibits more or less best convergence properties for both well-behaved and ill-conditioned systems. In the proposed model, all network shunts such as line charging, external shunts at buses, shunts formed due to π representation of off-nominal in-phase transformers etc. are treated as constant impedance loads. The effect of line resistances is considered while forming the [B'] matrix and is ignored in forming the [B"] matrix. This model is tested on several systems for both well-behaved and ill-conditioned situations. A simple, efficient compensation technique is proposed to deal with Q-limit enforcements associated with bus-type switchings at voltage-controlled buses. The results demonstrate that the proposed GFDPF model exhibits more or less stable convergence behaviour for both well-behaved and ill-conditioned situationsen
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dc.subjectgeneral purpose fast decoupled power flowen
dc.subjectexternal shuntsen
dc.subjectoff-nominal in-phase transformersen
dc.subjectQ-limit enforcementsen
dc.subjectvoltage-controlled busesen
dc.titleGeneral purpose fast decoupled power flowen
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