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Introduction
1.1 Control Theory Basics - A Review
1.1.1 Simple Control Loop
1.1.2 State Space Formulation
1.2 Control of Electric Power Systems
1.2.1 General considerations
Frequency Dynamics in Electric Power
2.1 Dynamic Model of the System Frequency
2.1.1 Dynamics of the Generators
2.1.2 Frequency Dependency of the Loads
2.2 Dynamic Response of Uncontrolled Power System
2.3 The Importance of a Constant System Frequency
2.4 Control Structures for Frequency Control
Primary Frequency Control
3.1 Implementation of Primary Control in the Power
3.2 Static Characteristics of Primary Control
3.2.1 Role of speed droop depending on type of power system
3.3 Dynamic Characteristics of Primary Control
3.3.1 Dynamic Model of a One-Area System
3.3.2 Dynamic Response of the One-Area System
3.3.3 Extension to a Two-Area System
3.3.4 Dynamic Response of the Two-Area System
3.4 Turbine Modelling and Control
3.4.1 Turbine Models
3.4.2 Steam Turbine Control Valves
3.4.3 Hydro Turbine Governors
3.5 Dynamic Responses including Turbine Dynamics
Load Frequency Control
4.1 Static Characteristics of AGC
4.2 Dynamic Characteristics of AGC
4.2.1 One-area system
4.2.2 Two-area system – unequal sizes – disturbance response
Synchronous Machine Model
5.1 Park’s Transformation
5.2 The Inductance Matrices of the Synchronous Ma-
5.3 Voltage Equations for the Synchronous Machine
5.4 Synchronous, Transient, and Subtransient Induc-
5.5 Time constants
5.6 Simplified Models of the Synchronous Machine
5.6.1 Derivation of the fourth-order model
5.6.2 The Heffron-Phillips formulation for stability studies
Voltage Control in Power Systems
6.1 Relation between voltage and reactive power
6.2 Voltage Control Mechanisms
6.3 Primary Voltage Control
6.3.1 Synchronous Machine Excitation System and AVR
Stability of Power Systems
7.1 Damping in Power Systems
7.1.1 General
7.1.2 Causes of Damping
7.1.3 Methods to Increase Damping
7.2 Load Modelling
7.2.1 The Importance of the Loads for System Stability
7.2.2 Load Models
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