Optimization of Hydraulic Digital Governor Parameters Using EMTP-RV
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Application of hydraulic digital governor is an important step in achieving a fully integrated system for stability studies. In this paper, EMTP-RV model of hydraulic digital governor is used in order to perform optimization of hydraulic digital governor parameters. The simulated transient response characteristics of a digital governor, obtained by the EMTP-RV model, give us much more realistic insight into optimization of hydraulic digital governor parameters such as transient droop time constant (Tr) and temporary droop coefficient (δ). Optimization of essential hydraulic digital governor parameters gives us possibility to improve transient response characteristics of governing system relating to long-term stability of a power system
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