This paper presented in two parts, describes a study on the reenergization of a large electric secondary network distribution system. Part I describes a novel method for representing the start-up impedance of an appliance in terms of a dynamic model to be used later in a network reenergization computer simulation. Part II describes the detailed analysis of a residential network, the labroatory test results, the development of a computer program to simulate the reenergization, and the study's results.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Energy Engineering and Power Technology
- General Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering