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Tools and Methods for the Analysis and Simulation of Large Transmission Systems Using 100% Power Electronics

Abstract : The development of renewable generation and HVDC links lead to an important increase of the penetration of power electronics in the transmission systems. As Power Electronics converters have completely different physical behavior than synchronous machines, an evolution in the way TSOs control transmission systems is needed. It is impossible to build a real size prototype of a transmission system. The validation of the solutions must be done using dynamic numerical simulations. Because of the size of the studied systems, we have to be careful with the simulation tools that we use, in order to reduce the computation time. In this PhD tools and methods for the analysis and simulation of large transmission systems using 100% power electronics are developed. An important part of the work looks at the models of the converters. Those models allow us to do numerical simulations and to apply and develop stability and performance analysis methods for the considered system. A simple model of the Irish network will be used as an example in order to assess the developed methods.
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Quentin Cossart. Tools and Methods for the Analysis and Simulation of Large Transmission Systems Using 100% Power Electronics. Other. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019ENAM0031⟩. ⟨tel-02464516⟩

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