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This paper describes an open loop method of controlling FACTS devices for power oscillation damping. The method is based on step-wise series reactance modulation. The principle of the method is to stabilize an oscillation in a power system which is characterized by one major mode of oscillation by switching a reactance in series with one transmission line,(More)
We describe a new method for identification of confident associations within large clinical data sets. The method is a hybrid of two existing methods; Self-Organizing Maps and Association Mining. We utilize Self-Organizing Maps as the initial step to reduce the search space, and then apply Association Mining in order to find association rules. We(More)
SUMMARY Experience and theoretical analysis show that the voltage and power stability becomes an important issue when high-voltage direct current (HVDC) systems using line-commutated converters (LCC) are connected to AC systems with low short-circuit capacity and that these problems become more pronounced the lower the short-circuit capacity of the(More)
This paper describes an adaptive method of controlling FACTS devices for power oscillation damping. The method is based on step-wise series reactance modulation. Here, a reduced model of the power system with only two rotating masses is used as a basis for the control design. The model parameters are updated using local measurements of the active power on(More)
Modular multilevel converters, based on cascading of half-bridge converter cells, can combine low switching frequency with low harmonic interference. They can be designed for high operating voltages without direct series connection of semiconductor elements. This has led to a rapid adoption within high-power applications such as HVDC, STATCOM and railway(More)
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