Flexible HVDC transmission systems small signal modelling: a case study on CIGRE Test MT-HVDC grid
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PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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Future Flexible HVDC Transmission Systems will consist of several active and passive infrastructures including DC Power Flow Controller (DC-PFC) device. The addition of the DC-PFC to the future Multi-Terminal HVDC (MT-HVDC) grids arises some key concerns such as stability, system interoperability, and possible adverse interactions. Hence, a suitable model is necessary to conduct deep frequency domain analysis. In this context, this paper proposes a linearized model for small-signal stability analysis of flexible MT-HVDC grids in state space framework that can be straightforwardly utilized in the process of control design. In this paper, a spick-and-span, systematic and step-by-step process to derive the small signal model of all flexible MT-HVDC grid components is presented such that each sub-system is modeled individually and then all are integrated together. The derived model is cross-verified by time domain simulations of a nonlinear system model in a MATLAB/SIMULINK platform for CIGRE DCS3 MT-HVDC test grid.
CitationHeidary Yazdi, S., Rouzbehi, K., Candela, J., Milimonfared, J., Rodriguez, P. Flexible HVDC transmission systems small signal modelling: a case study on CIGRE Test MT-HVDC grid. A: Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. "IECON 2017: 43rd IEEE Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society: China National Convention Center, Beijing, China, 29, October-01 November, 2017: proceedings". Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017, p. 256-262.
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