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Zuijderduin, R. (author), Chevtchenko, O. (author), Smit, J.J. (author), Aanhaanen, G. (author), Ross, R. (author)
The electricity grid of the Netherlands is changing. There is a call of society to use more underground cables, less overhead lines (OHL) and to reduce magnetic emissions. At the same time, parts of the future transmission grid need strengthening depending on the electricity demand in the coming decades [1]. Novel high temperature superconductor...
conference paper 2014
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Zuijderduin, R. (author), Chevchenko, O. (author), Smit, J.J. (author), Aanhaanen, G. (author), Melnik, I. (author), Geschiere, A. (author)
ue to increasing power demand, the electricity grid of the Netherlands is changing. The future transmission grid will obtain electrical power generated by decentralized renewable sources, together with large scale generation units located at the coastal region. In this way electrical power has to be distributed and transmitted over longer...
journal article 2012
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Zuijderduin, R. (author), Chevtchenko, O. (author), Smit, J.J. (author), Aanhaanen, G. (author), Melnik, I. (author), Geschiere, A. (author)
Due to increasing power demand, the electricity grid of the Netherlands is changing. The future grid must be capable to transmit all the connected power. Power generation will be more decentralized like for instance wind parks connected to the grid. Furthermore, future large scale production units are expected to be installed near coastal...
journal article 2012