By Olle Ingemar Elgerd
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The angle changes of generator 1 are in antiphase with the angle changes at generator 2, and the angle changes at generator 3 are in antiphase with the angle changes at generator 4. The angle change at generator 1 is in phase with that at generator 3. The speed eigenvector components are 90° out of phase with the angle eigenvector components. • in the second local mode, the amplitudes of the angle oscillations in area 1 are lower than those in area 2. The angle change at generator 1 is in antiphase with that at generator 2, and the angle change at generator 3 is in antiphase with that at generator 4.
Modal Analysis of Power Systems 51 arbitrary constant. This means that, while the eigenvector is a good indication of the relative activity of the states within a mode, hence its common name 'mode shape', it is not a good indicator of the importance of states to the mode from a control point of view. The participation factor is quite a good indication of the importance of a state to the mode. In power systems, it is particularly useful as a screen for power system stabiliser placement. If mechanical damping could be applied to the shaft of a generator, it would appear in the state equations as a negative coefficient on the diagonal of the state matrix in the row corresponding to the speed change of the generator.
In contrast, the diagonal terms in the rows corresponding to the rotor angles cannot be changed, so that the participation factors associated with the angle changes are of mathematical interest only. 52 The largest participation factors are associated with the area 2 generators (the sending end generators). 19972 and the imaginary part will remain unaltered.. 5232 with this change to the state matrix. 3720. 5319. The slight differences in the prediction of the eigenvalue's change are due to the incremental nature of the sensitivity calculation.
electric energy system theory an introduction by Olle Ingemar Elgerd