Stability Study of a 23 MVA Turbine Generator
Abstract: Power system stability is a very important issue in power system engineering because a decrease in the stability margins can cause unacceptable operating conditions, which leads to frequent failures. In this paper, SKM POWER TOOLS PTW-32 Version 188.8.131.52 was used to study different Stability recovery tests after a medium voltage short circuit fault on a turbine generator in the power system. The analysis focused on the generator electrical and mechanical powers stability recovery test, generator speed stability recovery test, excitation voltage stability recovery test, bus voltage and bus frequency stability recovery test. In our study, when the introduced fault was cleared after 0.5 s, it reveals that the recovery rate of electrical power was much faster than that of mechanical power. Also, the results reveal that it took about 10 seconds for the turbine speed to stabilize while it took fewer seconds for the frequency to stabilize.
Keywords: Power System Stability / Turbine Generator / Power System Limit
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