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Effect of load models on angular and frequency stability of low inertia power networks
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution
This paper presents a thorough analysis of the effect of load models on frequency response, small and large disturbance stability of the power system, in order to identify the type of stability exhibiting the most sensitivity to load models, and for each type of studied stability, to pinpoint the load model that has the worst effect. The presented analysis shows clearly that transient stability is the most sensitive to load models. The number of unstable cases varies considerably with each typedoi:10.1049/iet-gtd.2018.5542 fatcat:jta25zxfe5h3vkndrfqhcxv344