A Distributed Static Series Compensator System for Realizing Active Power Flow Control on Existing Power Lines

@article{Divan2004ADS,
  title={A Distributed Static Series Compensator System for Realizing Active Power Flow Control on Existing Power Lines},
  author={D. M. Divan and W. Brumsickle and R. Schneider and Burkhard Kranz and R. J. Gascoigne and D. Bradshaw and M. Ingram and I. S. Grant},
  journal={IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={654-661 vol.2}
}
Flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) devices can control power flow in the transmission system to improve asset utilization, relieve congestion, and limit loop flows. High costs and reliability concerns have restricted their use in these applications. The concept of distributed FACTS (D-FACTS) is introduced as a way to remove these barriers. A new device, the distributed static series compensator (DSSC), attaches directly to existing HV or EHV conductors and so does not require HV… CONTINUE READING
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