Stability-constrained optimal power flow

D. Gan, R.J. Thomas, R.D. Zimmerman
2000 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  
Stability is an important constraint in power system operation. Often trial and error heuristics are used that can be costly and imprecise. A new methodology that eliminates the need for repeated simulation to determine a transiently secure operating point is presented. The theoretical development is straightfforward: dynamic equations are converted to numerically equivalent algebraic equations and then integrated into the standard OPF formulation. Implementation issues and simulation results
more » ... imulation results are discussed in the context of a 162-bus system.
doi:10.1109/59.867137 fatcat:swigsn33n5davb4w6kgmvjll5a