Voltage Profile Improvements of Mosul City Ring System by STATCOM Reactive Power Control

2011-09-10
Al-Nimma, Dhiya A.
Al-Hafid, Majed S. M.
Mohamed, Saad Enad
Static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) is a regulating device used in AC transmission systems as a source or a sink of reactive power. The most common use of the STATCOM is in improving the voltage stability of the transmission system.

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Citation Formats
D. A. Al-Nimma, M. S. M. Al-Hafid, and S. E. Mohamed, “Voltage Profile Improvements of Mosul City Ring System by STATCOM Reactive Power Control,” 2011, p. 525, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67147.