This paper presents a definition of sync phenomenon occurring in power systems, and describes the characteristics of sync in basic electric circuits. In addition, sync observed in basic circuits was extended to the analysis of dynamic characteristics in power systems. This paper, moreover, describes the sync occurring among system outputs from time domain simulation for two-area systems. In power systems, sync is a common phenomenon that is always observed among generator powers or bus voltages. Thus, we can use sync to obtain the characteristics of power systems without being bound to a specific operating point. Sync can be useful information in power system operation and planning.
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Shim, Kwan-Shik ; Nam, Hae-Kon ; Kim, Yong-Gu ; Moon, Young-Hoan ; Kim, Sang-Tae 2009. "Analysis of Global Oscillation via Sync Search in Power Systems" 전기학회논문지 = The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers, 58(7): 1255~1262