I am wondering if any potential damage or fault can be caused by low-frequency electrical resonance/oscillation in a power grid/system due to its internal & external/parasitic inductive and capacitive components.
If so, what are some good examples to prove and show this point?
We know at the resonant frequency, a system can output much higher output in magnitude which might exceed the power rating of the circuit, which can potentially damage the circuit or the load that's connected to the circuit. I am wondering if this situation can be applied to power systems/grids, more specifically in the low-frequency range, like 1Hz to 20Hz.
Many thanks in advance!