PowerFactory model for multi-terminal HVDC network with DC voltage droop control

Asimenia Korompili, Qiuwei Wu

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Abstract

Nowadays, most of the installed HVDC systems are based on line commutated converters (LCC), since this technology offers a series of advantages, mainly low costs and losses. However, voltage source converters (VSCs) have recently drawn more and more attention, due to their high controllability. Moreover, recent developments have improved efficiency and power quality. For multi-terminal HVDC grids, the advantages of VSCs become so large, that VSC-HVDC systems are the only viable solution. Nevertheless, no VSC-based multi-terminal HVDC grids exist to date. This is the reason for which many research projects have recently focused on this topic
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTechnical University of Denmark, Department of Electrical Engineering
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Bibliographical note

Report of the Modeling and Simulation of Wind Power & VSC-HVDC and Its Application in Offshore Wind Power Integration supported by the RED programme

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Korompili, A., & Wu, Q. (2014). PowerFactory model for multi-terminal HVDC network with DC voltage droop control. Technical University of Denmark, Department of Electrical Engineering.
Korompili, Asimenia ; Wu, Qiuwei. / PowerFactory model for multi-terminal HVDC network with DC voltage droop control. Technical University of Denmark, Department of Electrical Engineering, 2014. 17 p.
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