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This paper investigates the voltage and phase dynamics of a low inertia inverter based Microgrid in islanded operation. In such case, the network is less robust to disturbances due to the lack of associated inertia within an inverter. In islanded operation the assumption of a stiff grid is no longer valid and the voltage and phase adjustment based on conventional droop control have a resulting effect on the power flows throughout the network where voltage and frequency stability of the networkdoi:10.34890/999 fatcat:cp7bthqpafa35fgarshu3evk2a