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Sustainable design of power systems: A fully magnetic multi-scale model devoted to grid stability

Abstract : To address the abysmal lack of efficiency of the electrical system (73% of losses, 45% of worldwide CO2 emissions), an energy-efficient description of electromagnetism lying on a reversible interpretation of the Faraday's law is described. Space-consolidation and time-reconciliation of all the scales involved in the management of the power system are derived from this framework. At the upper space-scale, a simplified description of the grid based on the Kuramoto's model is proved to be suitable for assessing the stability of the synchronous state of a power system. Hence, a coherent approach for long-term power systems analysis is proposed and demonstrated in the case of the French Reunion island.
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Vincent Krakowski, Nadia Maïzi, Vincent Mazauric. Sustainable design of power systems: A fully magnetic multi-scale model devoted to grid stability. IEEE Intermag Conference 2016, 2016, San Diago United States. ⟨hal-01439755⟩

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