Solution to Application Example 7.17

Step #4 of Harmonic Load Flow. The matrix equation shown below makes it easy to identify the entries of the Jacobian matrix:

J¯0=δ21V~21δ31V~31δ41V~41δ15V~15δ25V~25δ35V~35δ45V~45αβJ1,10J1,20J1,30J1,40J1,50J1,60J1,70J1,80J1,90J1,100J1,110J1,120J1,130J1,140J1,150J1,160J2,10J2,20J2,30J2,40J2,50J2,60J2,70J2,80J2,90J2,100J2,110J2,120J2,130J2,140J2,150J2,160J3,10J3,20J3,30J3,40J3,50J3,60J3,70J3,80J3,90J3,100J3,110J3,120J3,130J3,140J3,150J3,160J4,10J4,20J4,30J4,40J4,50J4,60J4,70J4,80J4,90J4,100J4,110J4,120J4,130J4,140J4,150J4,160J5,10J5,20J5,30J5,40J5,50J5,60J5,70J5,80J5,90J5,100J5,110J5,120J5,130J5,140J5,150J5,160J6,10J6,20J6,30J6,40J6,50J6,60J6,70J6,80J6,90J6,100J6,110J6,120

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