Título Static Modeling of the IDC-PFC to Solve DC Power Flow Equations of MT-HVDC Grids Employing the Newton-Raphson Method
Autores Abbasipour M. , Milimonfared J. , Heidary Yazdi S.S. , ROUZBEHI, KUMARS
Publicación externa No
Medio Int. Power Electron., Drive Syst. Technol. Conf., PEDSTC
Alcance Conference Paper
Naturaleza Científica
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Fecha de publicacion 01/01/2019
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85065484762
DOI 10.1109/PEDSTC.2019.8697665
Abstract Power transmission technology of the offshore wind farm (OWF)s is usually based on HVDC interconnection. Power flow controller (PFC)s are flexible power transmission devices which play important role in the DC power flow (PF) control especially in contingency conditions. So, these devices should be modeled to solve related MT-HVDC grid DC PF equations. In this context, an interline DC PFC (IDC-PFC) is considered as a sample PFC for modeling due to its advantages in comparison to other series and cascaded PFCs. The novelty of this work is solving the DC PF problem of the IDC-PFC compensated MT-HVDC grids by modeling of the IDC-PFC and employing the Newton-Raphson (N-R) method. An eight-bus MT-HVDC test grid is considered to authenticate the presented IDC-PFC modeling and verify the accuracy of the DC PF results obtained by employing the N-R method. The obtained static results verify the accuracy of the presented IDC-PFC modeling and the performance of the N-R method in solving flexible MT-HVDC grid PF equations. Hence, it is suitable to integrate them in the future power system analysis softwares. © 2019 IEEE.
Palabras clave Electric load flow; Electric power factor correction; Electric power transmission networks; Electric utilities; HVDC power transmission; Newton-Raphson method; Offshore oil well production; Offshore technology; Offshore wind farms; Power electronics; Power transmission; DC power flow; IDC-PFC; MT-HVDC grid; Newton raphson (N R); Power flow controllers; Power system analysis; Static model; Electric power system interconnection
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