Review of System Collapse Incidences on the 330-kV Nigerian National Grid
A modern electric power system network (PSN) is typically a large and complex engineering system whose healthy existence is crucial to industrial and socio-economic development of Nations. Voltage instability contributes to large extent to the system collapses or blackouts. It is a major concern for today’s electric power system operators. The Nigerian National grid (NNG) experiences on an...
Published at International Journal of Engineering Science Invention
Published in 2014
Isaac Samuel, James Katende, S. Adebayo Daramola and Ayokunle Awelewa
Samuel Isaac » R. Engr. Isaac A. Samuel obtained his Ph.D degree from Covenant University, March 2017. He is a researcher and faculty at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, College of Engineering, Ota, Ogun State. He obtained his PGD and M Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering and obtained a PGD in Management from Bayero University, Kano. He is a Registered Engineer with COREN. He has a... view full profile
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