Application of Static VAR Compensation on the Southern California Edison System to Improve Transmission System Capacity and Address Voltage Stability Issues

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Application of Static VAR Compensation on the Southern California Edison System to Improve Transmission System Capacity and Address Voltage Stability Issues

Published By Siemens

  • By Janet Kowalski, Ivars Vancers, Mark Reynolds, and Heinz Tyll
  • Published October 2006
  • 10 Page(s)

This paper describes the planning, specification and design of the 500 kV Static Var System (SVS) installed on the Southern California Edison network at Devers Substation.

 

 

 

 

 

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2006 Power Systems Conference & Exposition (PSEC) IEEE Power Engineering Society
 
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