Modeling of 14 Bus System with UPFC for Transient Stability Enhancement
The revolution of Power Electronics Technology has given opportunities for developing the FACTS devices for stable operation of power system. In the last two decades number of Power Electronic based devices are implemented and known as FACTS (Flexible AC transmission System).These devices are effectively used for voltage control, power flow control, harmonic elimination, damping oscillation and improving transient stability and minimization of losses. Static and Transient stability enhancement of IEEE 14 bus system is done with the help of UPFC. Fault is created at a bus and the results show that by properly placing UPFC, settling time of the system can be reduced considerably making the system stable with fewer oscillations.
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