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Teixeira Pinto, R. (author)
When large amounts of electricity need to be transported for long distances, or when underground or submarine cables are involved, using direct current high-voltage transmission systems is more efficient and cost effective than using traditional high-voltage alternating current transmission. Therefore, the main thesis objective is to study to...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Josifovic, I. (author)
Current PCB power converter construction technologies are based on the utilization of nonstandardized building blocks. Utilization of passive components with various shapes, poor thermal properties and mixed technology mounting (THT and SMT) represents fundamental limit for reaching high power density, effective thermal management, particular...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Teixeira Pinto, R. (author), Fragoso Rodrigues, S. (author), Wiggelinkhuizen, E. (author), Scherrer, R. (author), Bauer, P. (author), Pierik, P. (author)
For achieving the European renewable electricity targets, a significant contribution is foreseen to come from offshore wind energy. Considering the large scale of the future planned offshore wind farms and the increasing distances to shore, grid integration through a transnational DC network is desirable for several reasons. This article...
journal article 2012
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Yuan, Z. (author)
In modern power systems, there is a great demand to control the power flow actively. Power flow controlling devices (PFCDs) are required for such purpose, because the power flow over the lines is the nature result of the impedance of each line. Due to the control capabilities of different types of PFCDs, the trend is that mechanical PFCDs are...
doctoral thesis 2010
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