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Converter-Based Dynamics and Control of Modern Power Systems

  • ID: 5007918
  • Book
  • September 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 300 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Converter-Based Dynamics and Control of Modern Power Systems is designed to prepare future engineers for operating a system that will be driven by electronics and less by electro-mechanical systems. Converter-based dynamics and control of modern power systems addresses the ongoing changes and challenges in rotating masses of synchronous generators which are transforming dynamics of the electrical system. These changes make it more important to consider and understand the role of power electronic systems and their characteristics in shaping the subtleties of the grid and this book fills that knowledge gap. Balancing theory, discussion, diagrams, mathematics and data this reference provides the information needed to acquire a thorough overview of resilience issues and frequency definition and estimation in modern power systems. It offers an overview of classical power system dynamics and identifies ways of establishing future challenges and how they can be considered at a global level to overcome potential problems.
  • Includes theory on the emerging topic of electrical grids based on power electronics
  • Creates a good bridge between traditional theory and modern theory to support researchers and engineers
  • Links the two fields power systems and power electronics in electrical engineering
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1. Introduction
2. Review of the classical power system dynamics concepts
3. Modal Analysis
4. Classical grid control: Frequency and Voltage Stability
5. Grid Connected Power Electronics
6. Grid-embedded power electronics
7. Frequency definition and estimation in modern power systems
8. Architectures for Frequency Control in Modern Power Systems
9. From virtual inertia to advanced control solutions for Modern Power Systems
10. Converter-based Swing Dynamics
11. Long-term Voltage Control
12. Dynamic Voltage Stability
13. Conclusions
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Monti, Antonello
During his time at the University of South Carolina before joining RWTH, Professor Monti was Associate Director of the Virtual Test Bed (VTB) project, which focusesd on computational simulation and visualisation of modern power distribution systems. His 4 main areas of research are Simulation of Complex Systems with focus on Real Time and Hardware in the Loop, Distributed Intelligence for Grid Automation, Advanced Monitoring Solution for Distribution Grids and Development of solution for Smart Home/Smart Cities applications
Milano, Federico
Federico Milano is currently Professor of Power Systems Control and Protections and Head of Electrical Engineering.at University College of Dublin School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ireland. He has published 60 journal papers in JCR-indexed transactions and about 70 international conference papers and has been editor of several international journals published by IEEE, IET, Elsevier and Springer.
Bompard, Ettore
Ettore Bompard is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy where he focuses on Power Systems and acts as a Ph.D students supervisor. He served as Deputy Director for International Relations of the Doctorate School and Vice-Dean for International Culture of the First School of Engineering at Polito.
Guillaud, Xavier
Xavier Guillaud is a professor in L2EP Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics, and leader of EPMLab, at Ecole Centrale de Lille, France.
His research interests are in the areas of advanced control systems, power systems and power electronics.
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