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Voltage and Power Stability of H and New Analyti

  title={Voltage and Power Stability of H and New Analyti},
  author={Denis Lee Hau Aik and G{\"o}ran Andersson},
Traditionally HVDC links have been built as single point to-point AC/DC interconnections, or single-infeed HVDC systems as they are commonly known. However in recen years, as the use of HVDC transmission continues to develop situations have arisen where multiple HVDC links terminate in close proximity in a common AC system area. These emerging system configurations generally known as multi-infeed HVDC systems, ar particularly inherent in regional power system predominantly interconnected by… 


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Voltage and Power Stability Analysis of HVDC Systems
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