Aging and Radiation Effects in Stockpile Electronics by Hartman, E.F.; Sandia National Laboratories.; United States.

By Hartman, E.F.; Sandia National Laboratories.; United States. Dept. of Energy.; United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Scientific and Technical Information

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5. Wood, A. J. and Wollenberg, B. , Power Generation, Operation, and Control, Wiley, New York, 1996. 6. DyLiaco, T. , An Overview of Power System Control Centres, IEEE Tutorial Course on Energy Control Center Design, 1977. 1 Introduction The power industry in the United States has been engaged in a changing business environment for quite some time now, moving away from a centrally planned system to one in which players operate in a decentralized fashion with little knowledge of the full state of the network, and where decision making is likely to be market driven rather than based on technical considerations.

If corrective control is not possible, then emergency control is applied [6]. This control can be due to relay-initiated action, automatic control, or operator control. In any case, the system will drift to the restorative state as a result of emergency control. Finally, in the restorative state, control action is initiated to restore all services by means of restorative control. This should put the system back to the normal state. 3 illustrates the various transitions due to disturbances as well as various control actions.

A bus tie circuit breaker presents somewhat of a mathematical difficulty in that opening of the breaker in the computer study requires ‘‘outaging’’ of a zero impedance tie. 00001 per unit impedance). 2. Transformer-magnetizing branch is occasionally required in EHV studies at off-peak hours when the magnetizing current may be a considerable fraction of the total transformer current. If the transformer is located at bus i, inclusion of the magnetizing reactance as a lumped ground tie at bus i is usually adequate.

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