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Evaluation of harmonic distortion from multiple renewable sources at a distribution substation
Harmonic emission assessment in a distribution network with existing background voltage harmonics is a challenge for Renewable Power Producers (RPP) aiming to achieve grid code compliance. Dynamic interaction of harmonic ...
Modeling and validation of losses due to unbalanced loading of stand-alone generators
The goal of this paper is to evaluate the possibility of deriving a simple lumped electrical model of the additional losses in stand-alone synchronous generators due to unbalanced loading. An in depth analysis will reveal ...
Decongestion of the distribution grid via optimised location of PV-battery systems
In order to achieve the energy targets for 2020, further integration of renewable energy sources is required. Hence, there was a need to investigate possible solutions to achieve a reliable network without loss of production. ...
Harmonic emission assessment on a distribution network: the opportunity for the prevailing angle in harmonic phasors
Harmonic emission assessment in high-voltage networks with a number of renewable power plants (RPP) interconnected is challenging. A sound scientific methodology readily accessible to engineers is needed to validate ...
Dc-bus voltage balancing controllers for split dc-link four-wire inverters and their impact on the quality of the injected currents
The increasing share of single-phase distributed generation units in low-voltage grids causes voltage unbalance problems and overvoltages. Therefore, the need for power quality improving control strategies of grid-connected ...