publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

The Use of Nuclear Generation to Provide Power System Stability

Wyman-Pain, Heather; Yuankai Bian; Furong Li;
Open Access English
  • Published: 03 Jun 2016
The decreasing use of fossil fuel power stations has<br> a negative effect on the stability of the electricity systems in many<br> countries. Nuclear power stations have traditionally provided minimal<br> ancillary services to support the system but this must change in the<br> future as they replace fossil fuel generators. This paper explains the<br> development of the four most popular reactor types still in regular<br> operation across the world which have formed the basis for most<br> reactor development since their commercialisation in the 1950s. The<br> use of nuclear power in four countries with varying levels of capacity<br> provided by nuclear generators...
free text keywords: Frequency control, nuclear power generation, power system stability, system inertia., power system stability
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