Advances in Power System Modelling, Control and Stability Analysis, 2nd Edition
Power systems are becoming increasingly complex as well as flexible, able to integrate distributed renewable generation, EV, and additional loads. This expanded and updated second edition covers the technologies needed to operate modern power grids.
Initial chapters cover power system modelling, telegrapher equations, power flow analysis, discrete Fourier transformation and stochastic differential equations. Ensuing chapters deal with power system operation and control, power flow, real-time control and state estimation techniques for distribution systems as well as shipboard systems. The final chapters describe stability analysis of power systems and cover voltage stability, transient stability, time delays, and limit cycles. New content for the second edition includes four new chapters on recent modelling, control and stability analysis of power electronic converters and electric vehicles.
This new edition is an essential guide to technologies for operating modern flexible power systems for PhD students, early-career researchers and practitioners in the field.
About the Editors
Federico Milano is a professor at the University College Dublin, Ireland. He has authored 8 books and about 250 scientific papers. He was elevated to IEEE fellow in 2016, IET fellow in 2017, and IEEE PES distinguished lecturer in 2020. He has been an associate editor of several international journals published by IEEE, IET, and other publishers, including the IEEE Transactions of Power Systems. In 2022, he became Co-Editor in Chief of the IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution.