Susceptibility of power grids to input fluctuations.
With the increasing inclusion of regenerative resources in the energy mix, their intermittent character challenges power grid stability. Hence it is essential to determine which input fluctuations power grids are particularly vulnerable to. Focusing on angular stability in transmission grids, we propose a linear-response approach that yields a frequency-resolved measure of a grid's susceptibility to temporal input fluctuations. This approach can be applied to arbitrary transmission grid topologies as well as other settings described by oscillator networks.
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.04343
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