International Journal of Electronics and Electical Engineering


Series compensation has been successfully employed for many years in electric power networks. Series capacitor compensation has a tendency to act as a negative damping on torsional vibrations of nearby turbine generator units. However, their presence in the system may lead to the Sub-synchronous resonance (SSR) phenomenon especially for the nearby generating plants that have a direct or a near radial connection to series capacitor compensated line. In an attempt to analyze the SSR phenomenon, analysis has been done on Second Benchmark model system using both frequency analysis and eigenvalue techniques with three phase fault for different compensation levels. This analysis has been carried out using Matlab control system toolbox.





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