Date: November 26 2019.
Time: 5:30 PM to 07:00 PM (EDT)
Speaker: Mike Richardshon
700 Morrison Road
United States 43230
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The power flow on an AC transmission line can be impacted by thermal, voltage magnitude, voltage-drop, and steady-state stability limitations. This seminar deals with the steady-state voltage limitations and using phase angles as a proxy. Existing real time tools in the control room address the thermal, voltage magnitude, and voltage drop limitations. Note that voltage stability is related to phase angles. In addition, the power component of a traditional PV curve is associated with phase angles across a circuit.
Michael R Richardson, PE is currently working as a Staff Engineer at American Electric Power (AEP) Transmission Operations. Mike has worked at AEP for 42 years, in distribution, environmental, and transitioning to transmission all in engineering roles. He has served on the NERC system restoration standard drafting team and has his NERC certification. He is a member of IEEE, the Power Engineering Society, and CIGRE. Mike has co-authored a paper on voltage security and authored two papers on the application of a voltage stability triangle. He is a registered professional engineer in Ohio and has a BSEE from Ohio State University.