This paper deals with the development and testing of a large scale, real time digital power system simulator for the Korean Electric Power Corporation. The so-called KEPS Simulation Center is to be located
at KEPCO’s research center (KEPRI) in Teajon, South Korea and is expected to be in full operation by
The KEPS Simulation Center includes a wide range of off line power system simulation and analysis tools, as well as an advanced real time digital simulator for the study of large scale AC and DC system performance.
Because the application scope of the KEPS real time simulator is broad, and because the network models
being considered are significantly larger and more complex than in traditional real time simulator
applications, many developments and tests have been required during the course of the project. In this paper, the authors will describe some of these developments and will present results from various benchmark tests that have been performed.
Tae-Kyun Kim, Yong-Beum Yoon, Jin-Boo Choo, Rick Kuffel, Rudi Wierckx, In. Proc. International Conference on Power Systems Transients 2001 (IPST 2001), Rio de Janeiro, June 2001
KEYWORDS: Real Time Simulation, Non Real Time Simulation, Electromagnetic Transient, Stability, Power