The Resource High voltage direct current transmission : converters, systems and DC grids, Dragan Jovcic , Khaled Ahmed, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

High voltage direct current transmission : converters, systems and DC grids, Dragan Jovcic , Khaled Ahmed, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

Label
High voltage direct current transmission : converters, systems and DC grids
Title
High voltage direct current transmission
Title remainder
converters, systems and DC grids
Statement of responsibility
Dragan Jovcic , Khaled Ahmed, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This comprehensive reference guides the reader through all HVDC technologies, including LCC (Line Commutated Converter), 2-level VSC and VSC HVDC based on modular multilevel converters (MMC) for an in-depth understanding of converters, system level design, operating principles and modeling. Written in a tutorial style, the book also describes the key principles of design, control, protection and operation of DC transmission grids, which will be substantially different from the practice with AC transmission grids. The first dedicated reference to the latest HVDC technologies and DC grid developments; this is an essential resource for graduate students and researchers as well as engineers and professionals working on the design, modeling and operation of DC grids and HVDC. Key features: -Provides comprehensive coverage of LCC, VSC and (half and full bridge) MMC-based VSC technologies and DC transmission grids. -Presents phasor and dynamic analytical models for each HVDC technology and DC grids. -Includes HVDC protection, studies of DC and AC faults, as well as system-level studies of AC-DC interactions and impact on AC grids for each HVDC technology. -Companion website hosts SIMULINK SimPowerSystems models with examples for all HVDC topologies
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
621.319/12
Index
index present
LC call number
TK3111
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
High voltage direct current transmission : converters, systems and DC grids, Dragan Jovcic , Khaled Ahmed, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title page; Table of Contents; Preface; Part I: HVDC with Current Source Converters; 1 Introduction to Line-Commutated HVDC; 1.1 HVDC Applications; 1.2 Line-Commutated HVDC Components; 1.3 DC Cables and Overhead Lines; 1.4 LCC HVDC Topologies; 1.5 Losses in LCC HVDCSystems; 1.6 Conversion of AC Lines to DC; 1.7 Ultra-High Voltage HVDC; 2 Thyristors; 2.1 Operating Characteristics; 2.2 Switching Characteristic; 2.3 Losses in HVDC Thyristors; 2.4 Valve Structure and Thyristor Snubbers; 2.5 Thyristor Rating Selection and Overload Capability; 3 Six-Pulse Diode and Thyristor Converter
  • 3.1 Three-Phase Uncontrolled Bridge3.2 Three-Phase Thyristor Rectifier; 3.3 Analysis of Commutation Overlap in a Thyristor Converter; 3.4 Active and Reactive Power in a Three-Phase Thyristor Converter; 3.5 Inverter Operation; 4 HVDC Rectifier Station Modelling, Control and Synchronization with AC Systems; 4.1 HVDC Rectifier Controller; 4.2 Phase-Locked Loop (PLL); 5 HVDC Inverter Station Modelling and Control; 5.1 Inverter Controller; 5.2 Commutation Failure; 6 HVDC System V-I Diagrams and Operating Modes; 6.1 HVDC-Equivalent Circuit; 6.2 HVDC V-I Operating Diagram; 6.3 HVDC Power Reversal
  • 7 HVDC Analytical Modelling and Stability7.1 Introduction to Converter and HVDC Modelling; 7.2 HVDC Analytical Model; 7.3 CIGRE HVDC Benchmark Model; 7.4 Converter Modelling, Linearization and Gain Scheduling; 7.5 AC System Modelling for HVDC Stability Studies; 7.6 LCC Converter Transformer Model; 7.7 DC System Model; 7.8 HVDC-HVAC System Model; 7.9 Analytical Dynamic Model Verification; 7.10 Basic HVDC Dynamic Analysis; 7.11 HVDC Second Harmonic Instability; 7.12 Oscillations of 100{u2009}Hz on the DC Side; 8 HVDC Phasor Modelling and Interactions with AC System
  • 8.1 Converter and DC System Phasor Model8.2 Phasor AC System Model and Interaction with the DC System; 8.3 Inverter AC Voltage and Power Profile as DC Current is Increasing; 8.4 Influence of Converter Extinction Angle; 8.5 Influence of Shunt Reactive Power Compensation; 8.6 Influence of Load at the Converter Terminals; 8.7 Influence of Operating Mode (DC Voltage Control Mode); 8.8 Rectifier Operating Mode; 9 HVDC Operation with Weak AC Systems; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Short-Circuit Ratio and Equivalent Short-Circuit Ratio; 9.3 Power Transfer between Two AC Systems
  • 9.4 Phasor Study of Converter Interactions with Weak AC Systems9.5 System Dynamics (Small Signal Stability) with Low SCR; 9.6 HVDC Control and Main Circuit Solutions for Weak AC Grids; 9.7 LCC HVDC with SVC (Static VAR Compensator); 9.8 Capacitor-Commutated Converters for HVDC; 9.9 AC System with Low Inertia; 10 Fault Management and HVDC System Protection; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 DC Line Faults; 10.3 AC System Faults; 10.4 Internal Faults; 10.5 System Reconfiguration for Permanent Faults; 10.6 Overvoltage Protection; 11 LCC HVDC System Harmonics; 11.1 Harmonic Performance Criteria
Control code
ocn907133121
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118846704
Lccn
2015014392
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
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.b35532968
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)907133121
  • pebcs1118846664

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