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Power system: mid and long term stability

September 22nd, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality
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One of the most important features of an electrical power system is stability. An electrical power system must be stable within the predefined limits against different types of disturbances.

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Electric load forecasting: advantages and challenges

October 13th, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Hello everybody, I am Steven Mill and at times I publish articles on the blog to feed this great community! Today, let me tell you about electric load forecasting…

Load forecasting is the predicting of electrical power required to meet the short term, medium term or long term demand. The forecasting helps the utility companies in their operation and management of the supply to their customers.

Electrical load forecasting is an important process that can increase the efficiency and revenues for the electrical generating and distribution companies. It helps them to plan on their capacity and operations in order to reliably supply all consumers with the required energy.

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Frequency conversion in electrical power systems

April 7th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Hi everybody, let A.N (one of the professional from the community) tell us about frequency conversion in electrical power systems.

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The frequency conversion in electrical power systems is often required when the load is designed and rated for a different frequency other than that of the utility mains or from any other source. The frequency converters take in the AC power at one frequency and voltage and then provide an output power at a different frequency, and equal or different voltage.

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