Evaluation of dynamically controlled resistive braking for the Pacific Northwest power system Public Deposited

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  • Today's power systems are undergoing dynamic changes in their operation. The high cost of capital improvements that include new generation and transmission projects has prompted power system planners to look for other alternatives in dealing with increased loads and overall system growth. A dynamic braking resistor is a device that allows for an increased rating of a transmission system's transient stability limit. This allows increased power flows over existing transmission lines without the need to build additional transmission facilities. This thesis investigates the application of dynamically controlled resistive braking in the Pacific Northwest power system. Specifically, possible control alternatives, to replace the present dynamic brake control system at Chief Joseph station, are examined. This examination includes determination of appropriate locations for control system input, development of control algorithms, development of computer and laboratory power system models, and testing and recommendations based upon the developed control algorithms.
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