Generalized dynamic phasor-based simulation for power systems
This thesis presents a new general purpose power system simulation technique based on dynamic phasors and conventional power system simulation methods. The method developed in this work converts time-domain circuits to equivalent dynamic phasor representations. These dynamic phasor equivalents are then simulated using nodal analysis and numerical integrator substitution. Simple linear circuit models are presented first in order to demonstrate that the new method is capable of accurately simulating small systems. The method developed in this work is then expanded to include control systems, power electronic converters, and synchronous machines. Visual comparisons with simulation results obtained using time-domain electromagnetic transient simulators demonstrate that the new dynamic phasor-based technique is capable of accurately simulating power system components.
Dynamic phasors, Power system simulation