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IEEE 421A

GUIDE FOR IDENTIFICATION, TESTING, AND EVALUATION OF THE DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF EXCITATION CONTROL SYSTEMS

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 29 June 1978
Status: inactive
Page Count: 52
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This guide includes criteria, definitions, and test procedures for evaluating the dynamic performance of excitation control systems as applied by electric utilities. Primary purposes are to provide a basis for evaluating closed-loop performance of excitation control systems (including both the synchronous machine and its excitation system) for both large and small signal disturbances; confirming the adequacy of mathematical models of excitation systems for use in analytical studies of power systems; specifying methods for performing tests of excitation control systems and their components; and preparing excitation system specifications and additional standards. Portions of this guide will also serve as an educational means for people becoming acquainted with excitation control systems.

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IEEE 421A
June 29, 1978
GUIDE FOR IDENTIFICATION, TESTING, AND EVALUATION OF THE DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF EXCITATION CONTROL SYSTEMS
This guide includes criteria, definitions, and test procedures for evaluating the dynamic performance of excitation control systems as applied by electric utilities. Primary purposes are to provide a...

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