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A Novel Solution for Stable and High Quality Power for Power System with high Penetration of Renewable Energy Transmission by HVDC

EasyChair Preprint no. 1940

6 pagesDate: November 13, 2019

Abstract

In Recent days the use of renewable energy resources are generally in a increasing manner. With the development of renewable energy resources are too long from the load stations in the southeast and east side locations. Power system dynamic issues are solved in a way, the issues like damping and lack of inertia, sub synchronous oscillations caused by inter harmonics with AC-AC power conversion based Renewable energy power generators, comparing 18 HVDC transmission lines, a combined capacity of exceeding 130GW, are currently under process. A new technology is proposed in a stable way for power system with high capacity of renewable energy sources. The pair of synchronous motor-generator pair (MGP) is proposed to solve the above mentioned issues. The new expansion of generation and proposed system transmission capacities based power sources are modeled to design the characteristics of the power grid. Small signal stability of the system is varied and it can be used as a suitable damping control model. The harmonic response of MGP is analyses the electromagnetic principle. The harmonic content present in the load side is heavily eliminated.  The renewable energy system characterizes power electronics and used in HVDC and the renewable power generation. By this proposed model, this clean energy greatly improves the system stability and power quality.

Keyphrases: HVDC transmission, renewable energy, System Resonance, system stability

BibTeX entry
BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
@Booklet{EasyChair:1940,
  author = {John De Britto C and S Nagarajan},
  title = {A Novel Solution for Stable and High Quality Power for Power System with high Penetration of Renewable Energy Transmission by HVDC},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 1940},

  year = {EasyChair, 2019}}
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