TY - JOUR
A2 - Tsekouras, George E.
AU - Khan, Shagufta
AU - Bhowmick, Suman
PY - 2015
DA - 2015/04/19
TI - Effect of DC Link Control Strategies on Multiterminal AC-DC Power Flow
SP - 685943
VL - 2015
AB - For power-flow solution of power systems incorporating multiterminal DC (MTDC) network(s), five quantities are required to be solved per converter. On the other hand, only three independent equations comprising two basic converter equations and one DC network equation exist per converter. Thus, for solution, two additional equations are required. These two equations are derived from the control specifications adopted for the DC links. Depending on the application, several combinations of valid control specifications are possible. Each combination of a set of valid control specifications is known as a control strategy. The number of control strategies increases with an increase in the number of the DC terminals or converters. It is observed that the power-flow convergence of integrated AC-MTDC power systems is strongly affected by the control strategy adopted for the DC links. This work investigates the mechanism by which different control strategies affect the power-flow convergence pattern of AC-MTDC power systems. To solve the DC variables in the Newton-Raphson (NR) power-flow model, sequential method is considered in this paper. Numerous case studies carried out on a three-terminal DC network incorporated in the IEEE-300 bus test system validate this.
SN - 2356-6655
UR - https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/685943
DO - 10.1155/2015/685943
JF - Advances in Electrical Engineering
PB - Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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