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Power System Stability
Summer 2000
Olof Samuelsson
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6 Subsynchronous
Resonance

Torsional interaction
Mainly thermal plants with long and flexible shafts
Shafts maybreak
Can be excited by switching in the network

Induction generator effect at subsynchronous frequencies
Known since 1970
Power System Stability
Summer 2000
Olof Samuelsson
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Basic phenomena
Resonance dynamics involved in torsional oscillations:
fnet
Network with series compensation: RL\u00e0RLC
fshaft
Drive shaft of power plant \u2013 mass-spring

Torque components
50 Hz\u2013fnet \u2013subsynchronous \u2013 negative damping
50 Hz+fnet \u2013supersynchronous \u2013 positive damping

Induction generator effect
Synchronous generators are asynchronous to currents

with frequencies other than 50 Hz
Negative slip and resistance can lead to resonance
Less common

Time scale: 10-45 Hz
Power System Stability
Summer 2000
Olof Samuelsson
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Famous disturbance

First event in Mohave, 1970
Second event at the same plant, 1971
The weak shaft to the exciter broken by torsional oscillations
The term subsynchronous resonance defined after this

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