Online training via Zoom
PowerFactory | Power System Stability
Objectives: This course provides a comprehensive overview of power system stability and control. The dynamic modeling and simulation environment of PowerFactory are introduced. It includes a presentation of the mathematical models of synchronous generators, induction machines, loads, excitations systems, turbines and governing systems. Participants perform numerous exercises, in which they investigate the stability of single-machine and multi-machine power systems, using time-domain and frequency-domain techniques.
- Fundamentals of Power System Stability
- Network models for dynamic analysis
- Time domain analysis (RMS) using PowerFactory
- Transient Stability
- Oscillatory Stability (small signal)
- Voltage Stability
- Frequency Stability
Target audience: Utility engineers, power system operators, project developers, manufacturers, consultants and electrical engineers in general, interested in stability analysis of networks.
Prerequisites: Participants should be familiar with the basic handling of PowerFactory, either from experience or by completing the Basic Training Part 1. Experience with PowerFactory’s time domain simulation functions is not required and will be introduced in the course.
Duration: 2 days / 16 hours
Available in: English