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Title Improving the stability of meshed power networks [electronic resource] : a probabilistic approach using embedded HVDC lines : doctoral thesis accepted by the University of Manchester for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences / Robin Preece.
Author Preece, Rob.
Publication Info. Cham ; New York : Springer, [2013]

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Description 1 online resource.
Series Springer theses.
Thesis Thesis (doctoral)--University of Manchester, 2013.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Supervisor's Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Symbols and Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 1.1...Power System Stability; 1.1.1 Stability Issues; 1.1.2 Power System Oscillations; Inter-Area Oscillations; Consequences of Unstable Oscillations; 1.1.3 Wide Area Measurement Systems; 1.2...HVDC Development; 1.2.1 HVDC Technology; 1.2.2 LCC-HVDC; 1.2.3 VSC-HVDC; 1.2.4 Offshore Development; 1.2.5 Future HVDC Systems; 1.3...Past Research on Damping of Power Oscillations; 1.3.1 Power Oscillation Damping Control; Generator-Based Control; FACTS-Based Control HVDC-Based Damping Control1.3.1.4 Multi-Terminal HVDC Systems; Signal Delays in WAMS-Based Damping Controllers; 1.3.2 Probabilistic Small-Disturbance Stability Assessment; Numerical Method; Analytical Methods; Efficient Sampling Methods; 1.3.3 Summary of Past Research; 1.4...Research Aims and Objectives; 1.5...Main Contributions of this Research; 1.6...Thesis Overview; References; 2 Power System Modelling and Analysis Techniques; 2.1...Modelling Power System Components; 2.1.1 Synchronous Generators; Sixth Order Model with Leakage Reactance Fifth Order Model Neglecting Leakage Reactance2.1.2 Generator Excitation Systems; Manual Excitation; Static Excitation (IEEE Type ST1A); DC Excitation (IEEE Type DC1A); 2.1.3 Power System Stabilisers; 2.1.4 Transmission Lines; 2.1.5 Transformers; 2.1.6 Loads; 2.1.7 Network; Network Reference Frames; Network Disturbances; 2.1.8 Modelling of Signal Time Delays; 2.2...Modelling HVDC Systems; 2.2.1 HVDC Converters; 2.2.2 LCC-HVDC Modelling; LCC-HVDC Converter Controls; LCC-HVDC Line Modelling; Reactive Power Compensation
2.2.3 VSC-HVDC Modelling2.2.3.1 VSC-HVDC Converter Controls; VSC-HVDC Line Modelling; 2.2.4 Interface with AC System; 2.2.5 Multi-Terminal HVDC Grid Modelling; 2.2.6 HVDC Model Summaries; LCC-HVDC; VSC-HVDC; VSC-MTDC; 2.3...Power System Analysis Techniques; 2.3.1 Power System Linearisation; 2.3.2 Modal Analysis; Modal Stability; Modal System Representation; 2.4...Damping Controller Design; 2.4.1 PSS-Based POD Control; 2.4.2 Modal Linear Quadratic Gaussian Control; Model Reduction; 2.5...Test Networks; 2.5.1 Two Area Network
2.5.2 New England Test System and New York Power System2.6...Summary; References; 3 The Effects of HVDC Lines on Power System Stability; 3.1...Introduction of HVDC Lines into AC Networks; 3.1.1 Modifications to the Test Network; 3.1.2 HVDC Line Power Flow Variations; 3.1.3 Results and Discussion; 3.2...VSC-HVDC POD Control on a Small Test System; 3.2.1 Modifications to the Test Network; 3.2.2 POD Controller Designs; PSS-Based POD Controller Details; MLQG POD Controller Details; 3.2.3 Small-Disturbance Analysis; 3.2.4 Large Disturbance Analysis; Base Case Scenario
Note Increased Power Transfer Scenario
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Nov. 25, 2013).
Subject Electric power system stability -- Mathematical models.
Electric power transmission -- Direct current.
High voltages.
Electric power systems -- Control.
Added Author Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: Preece, Robin Improving the Stability of Meshed Power Networks : A Probabilistic Approach Using Embedded HVDC Lines Dordrecht : Springer,c2013 9783319023922
ISBN 9783319023939
OCLC # EBC1538510
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