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This paper analyzes the extent to which the low voltage ride through (LVRT) capability of wind farms using squirrel cage generators can be enhanced by the use of a STATCOM, compared to the thyristor… (More)
The concept of Virtual Synchronous Machines (VSM) is emerging as an alternative approach for control of power electronic converters operating in the power system. One main motivation for applying… (More)
Over the last decade, frequency-droop-based control schemes have become the preferred solution in microgrids dominated by power electronic converters. More recently, the concept of virtual… (More)
A mathematical model of a voltage source converter is presented in the synchronous reference frame for investigating VSC-HVDC for transferring wind power through a long distance. This model is used… (More)
Small-signal state-space analysis of power system stability relies on linearized models where steady state operation corresponds to constant values of all state variables. Such models are available… (More)
Control structures containing cascaded loops are used in several applications for the stand-alone and parallel operation of three-phase power electronic converters. Potential interactions between… (More)
The Virtual Synchronous Machine (VSM) concept is emerging as a flexible approach for controlling power electronic converters in grid-connected as well as stand-alone or microgrid applications.… (More)
This paper presents a single-phase Virtual Synchronous Machine (VSM) and its possible application for providing Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) services from domestic battery chargers of Electric Vehicles… (More)
This paper presents an approach for obtaining a dynamic model of a Modular Multilevel Converter (MMC) where all state variables settle at a constant point of equilibrium during steady-state… (More)