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11th IET International Conference on AC and DC Power Transmission

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  • Location: Birmingham, UK
  • Conference date: 10-12 Feb. 2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-982-7
  • Conference number: CP654

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  • Impact of the DC technology on transmission grids
  • Frequency-response Analysis and Compensator Enhancement of Droop Control for VSC-HVDC
  • Cost evaluation of EHVAC offshore wind farm using intermediate shunt compensation: a parametric study
  • Delivery of the Nan'ao multi-terminal VSC-HVDC system
  • Frequency control capability of VSC-HVDC transmission system
  • Optimal Steady-State Operation of a MTDC system based on DC-Independent System Operator Objectives
  • Substation layout for multi-terminal HVDC systems and neutral conductor arrangements for reduced field emissions
  • Frequency support among asynchronous AC systems through VSCs emulating power plants
  • Secure and optimal operation of hybrid AC/DC grids with large penetration of offshore wind
  • Distributed Control for LCL DC Hub Enabling Reliable Energy Transfer in Future DC Grids
  • Interaction between the Voltage-Droop and the Frequency-Droop Control for Multi-Terminal HVDC Systems
  • Low Frequency AC Transmission - Elements of a Design for Wind Farm Connection
  • Risk of Multiple Cross-Over of Control Characteristics in Multiterminal HVDC
  • Robust coordination damping control of multi-model system with FACTS devices via sequential approach
  • Assessment of Line Overloading Risk for Transmission Networks
  • Power-System Modeling - A Transfer Matrix Approach
  • An active damping scheme of the voltage-source converter driving the induction machine damping unit for mitigating subsynchronous oscillation in power systems
  • Comparison of Different Technologies for Improving Commutation Failure Immunity Index for LCC HVDC in Weak AC Systems
  • Real Time Simulation for HVDC grids with modular multi-level converters
  • A New Control Strategy of Decoupling the AC/DC Voltage-offset for Modular Multilevel Converter
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