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IET Conference on Renewable Power Generation (RPG 2011)

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  • Location: Edinburgh, UK
  • Conference date: 6-8 Sept. 2011
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-536-2
  • Conference number: CP579
  • The following topics are dealt with: renewable power generation; offshore wind power; photovoltaic power systems; nonschedulable power generation; system performance; energy storage device; distributed power generation; HVDC; and other renewable energy.

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  • Sensorless maximum wind energy capture based on input output linearization and sliding mode control
  • Impact of fixed and variable speed wind turbine systems on power system voltage stability enhancement
  • Current matching control system for multi-terminal DC transmission to integrate offshore wind farms
  • Optimisation of concentrator in the solar photonic optoelectronic transformer: optical gain analysis
  • Simulation transient stability of system Impact by wind generations
  • Modeling and control of a boost converter for pseudo-resistive Input behavior
  • Reduced switching frequency algorithm for three-level diode clamped inverter based DVR
  • Photovoltaic model with MPP tracker for standalone / grid connected applications
  • Small-signal probabilistic stability of power systems considering the stochastic uncertainty of grid-connected wind farm
  • Design of an energy storage system in a multi machine power system
  • Comparative analysis between voltage and current source inverters in grid-connected application
  • Power system protection for distributed generators based on off the-shelf components
  • Fast-responding measurements of power system harmonics using discrete and fast Fourier transforms with low spectral leakage
  • Optimal placement of wind-based generation in distribution networks
  • SCADA and communication networks for large scale offshore wind power systems
  • Modelling a grid-connected SOFC power plant into a multi-machine power system
  • Analysis of the effectiveness of non-unit protection methods within DC microgrids
  • Multilink DC transmission system for supergrid future concepts and wind power integration
  • Combined simulation method for improved performance in grid integration studies including multi-terminal VSC-HVDC
  • M2C-based MTDC system for handling of power fluctuations from offshore wind farms
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