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The future energy system has to satisfy a continuously growing demand for electricity and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Fulfilling such diverse needs requires the integration of renewable energy resources on a large scale. However, the existing information and communication infrastructure controlling the corresponding power grids and components is not(More)
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Power Hardware-in-the-Loop (PHIL) simulations are presented in this contribution for the dedicated use to conduct investigations on single or multiple connected generators connected to LV grids. In principle, it is possible to emulate the behaviour of different electrical components together with various types of loads integrated into a well-defined grid by(More)
This work presents a compendious overview over Power Hardware-in-the-Loop (PHIL) simulations that are used for designing, analysing and testing of electrical power system and its components. PHIL simulations are an advanced application of real time simulations that represent novel methods which conjoins soft-and hardware simulation / testing. It briefly(More)
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