In the past some issues have revolved around scalability. Running on the simplistic IEEE cases does not necessarily translate well into 150,000 to 200,000 bus models. There are size constraints, solution issues, and data file size concerns. Also, the complexity of models is becoming greater and greater. With the inclusion of complex control systems for inverter based resources, there are definitely some solution issues that occur when one moves from the IEEE models to full blown power system representations.
Suitability of Research Software Programs for Real Systems Applications ?
- Jun 10, 2020 8:24 pm GMT
Power Systems analysis tools such as software programs can be built and published everywhere. Usually, they consider typical simplified models of power systems ( mainly IEEE) as demonstration systems.
On applying this software to the existing real power systems, what are the anticipated problems that prevent operation?
Thanks in advance.
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