Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs

Anderson, United States

Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs

Anderson, United States
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Saad H.,Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs | Peralta J.,Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs | Dennetiere S.,Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs | Mahseredjian J.,Working Group on Modeling and Analysis of Systems Transients Using Digital Programs | And 8 more authors.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery | Year: 2013

Voltage-source converter (VSC) technologies are rapidly evolving and increasing the range of applications in a variety of fields within the power industry. Existing two-and three-level VSC technologies are being superseded by the new modular multilevel converter (MMC) technology for HVDC applications. The computational burden caused by detailed modeling of MMC-HVDC systems in electromagnetic transient-type (EMT-type) programs complicates the simulation of transients when such systems are integrated into large networks. This paper develops and compares different types of models for efficient and accurate representation of MMC-HVDC systems. The results show that the use of a specific type of model will depend on the conducted analysis and required accuracy. © 1986-2012 IEEE.

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