Hi, I just want to double check my understanding of Power angle. Say you have a large network, and you have a bus with a small generator and a larger load on it. For power to be going into that bus from the rest of the network there has to be power angle between the bus and a bus(s) which power is flowing from. The implication for the small generator being that it's speed has drooped down lower/slower then synchronisation? So that means that for that generator the angle between the stator electromagnetic field (which is presumably still grid synchronous frequency) and the rotor mechanical angle, is greater than 90 degrees? So if this was a isolated generator and load then I presume that it would be slipping poles etc? But because this is part of a network that is that not the case and it just droops slower a bit and power flows? Cheers!