The latest power systems have become a highly connected and complex network, consisting of thousands of buses and production stations. In order to provide the required power, it is necessary to expand the power network by adding new production and transmission cables. Due to the economic and environmental constraints of new generator installations and increased demand for load, the flow of transmission lines to existing transmission lines has increased, leading to risks of losing frequency stability and system shutdown. This paper presents a brief overview of the stability of the energy system. A description of the strength of the frequency is presented, along with its terms and conditions. The literature discusses major frequent interruptions in various countries, highlighting the balance of the power system, the relationship of the frequency grid and the control of the power frequency.
Mritunjay Shukla , Vishal V. Mehtre "Power System Stability and Control" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 1 2022 Page 19-23
Mritunjay Shukla , Vishal V. Mehtre "Power System Stability and Control" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(1)