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Title: Development of Dynamic Equivalents for MicroGrids using System Identification Theory
Authors: João Peças Lopes
Fernanda Resende
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: Large deployment of MicroGrids will have a considerable impact on the future operation of the electrical networks and will greatly influence the power system dynamics mainly at the Medium Voltage (MV) level whenever the upstream system has been lost. In dynamic studies the whole power system cannot be represented in a detailed manner because the huge system dimension would require a very large computational effort. Therefore dynamic equivalents for MicroGrids need to be derived. The proposed approach is based on system identification theory for developing dynamic equivalents for MicroGrids, which are able to retain the relevant dynamics with respect to the existing MV network.
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