Advanced Computational Algorithms for Transient Stability Simulation Using Dynamic Phasors

The main objective of the proposed research project is to develop a new transient stability simulation method based on advanced computational and modeling techniques that is both fast and accurate. Transient stability studies are an important part of system planning and operation as they ensure that a system will maintain stable operation following severe disturbances. However, traditional simulation techniques were not designed for the size and complexity of modern power systems. Therefore, new methods must be developed to ensure that reliable and accurate information may be drawn from the simulation results of modern power systems. This research project will enable RTDS Technologies, a world-class power systems simulation company based in Manitoba, to provide an affordable method of simulating large power system models. Furthermore, this project will further the reputation of RTDS as a world leader in the power system simulation industry.

Intern: 
Matthew Kulasza
Superviseur universitaire: 
Dr. Udaya Annakkage
Project Year: 
2015
Province: 
Manitoba
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