Electric Power Systems Research by Ying-yi HongElectric Power Systems Research by Ying-yi Hong

Electric Power Systems Research

Guest editorYing-yi Hong

Paperback | June 5, 2017

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This book contains 21 research papers, one review and one editorial focusing on studies in the field of electric power systems research in 2016. These 23 published papers can be classified into five categories: generation systems; transmission systems; distribution systems; end-users; and the power market. Among these, the subjects of generation and distribution systems has caused the most concern due to the realization of smart grids. Papers presented in this book cover research, the development of new procedures or components, an original application of existing knowledge, or new design approaches. The authors of the published articles are from a variety of Asian, North American, and European countries. This book shows that authors in China are the most active and their research covers all of the above-mentioned areas.

Title:Electric Power Systems ResearchFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:372 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 1.01 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 1.01 inPublished:June 5, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038424056

ISBN - 13:9783038424055


Table of Contents

1) Dynamic Equivalent Modeling for Small and Medium Hydropower Generator Group Based on Measurements
2) Anti-Windup Load Frequency Controller Design for Multi-Area Power System with Generation Rate Constraint
3) Interaction and Coordination among Nuclear Power Plants, Power Grids and Their Protection Systems
4) Smart Distribution Systems
5) A Time-Frequency Analysis Method for Low Frequency Oscillation Signals Using Resonance-Based Sparse Signal Decomposition and a Frequency Slice Wavelet Transform
6) A Co-Simulation Framework for Power System Analysis
7) Field Experiments on 10 kV Switching Shunt Capacitor Banks Using Ordinary and Phase-Controlled Vacuum Circuit Breakers
8) Multi-Objective Demand Response Model Considering the Probabilistic Characteristic of Price Elastic Load
9) A Study on Maximum Wind Power Penetration Limit in Island Power System Considering High-Voltage Direct Current Interconnections
10) Designing an Incentive Contract Menu for Sustaining the Electricity Market
11) Voltage Control Method Using Distributed Generators Based on a Multi-Agent System
12) A Two-stage Optimal Network Reconfiguration Approach for Minimizing Energy Loss of Distribution Networks Using Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm
13) Comparison between IEEE and CIGRE Thermal Behaviour Standards and Measured Temperature on a 132-kV Overhead Power Line
14) Response Based Emergency Control System for Power System Transient Stability
15) General Dynamic Equivalent Modeling of Microgrid Based on Physical Background
16) An Analysis of Decentralized Demand Response as Frequency Control Support under CriticalWind Power Oscillations
17) Modeling and Optimization of the Medium-Term Units Commitment of Thermal Power
18) Optimal Subinterval Selection Approach for Power System Transient Stability Simulation
19) Designing a Profit-Maximizing Critical Peak Pricing Scheme Considering the Payback Phenomenon
20) Active Participation of Air Conditioners in Power System Frequency Control Considering Users’ Thermal Comfort
21) A Two-Stage Algorithm to Estimate the Fundamental Frequency of Asynchronously Sampled Signals in Power Systems
22) Interval Type-II Fuzzy Rule-Based STATCOM for Voltage Regulation in the Power System