Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS): Newton Power-Flow Modeling of Voltage-Sourced Converter Based Controllers.
Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS): Newton Power-Flow Modeling of Voltage-Sourced Converter Based Controllers
Bhowmick focuses on power-flow modeling in a technology that was developed during the late 1980s in which various static controllers based on power electronics enhance controllability and increase power transfer capability over existing transmission corridors. After introducing the Newton-Raphson method and the power flow problem, he considers the Newton power flow model of the static synchronous series compensator, of the unified power flow controller, of the interline power flow controller, of the generalized power flow controller, and of the static compensator, voltage-sourced converter based on high-voltage direct current systems. He closes with a case study of an IEEE 300-bus test system incorporated with a three-terminal voltage-sourced converter high-voltage direct current network. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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|Date:||Jul 1, 2016|
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