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Breedveld, Patrick (author)
In response to the urgent need for sustainable energy solutions and climate change mitigation, international agreements such as the Paris Agreement have been instrumental in advocating reduced greenhouse gas emissions. As the world shifts towards renewable energy sources and electrification, there arises a heightened challenge of increased...
master thesis 2023
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Tricarico, Gioacchino (author), Wagle, Raju (author), Dicorato, Maria (author), Forte, Giuseppe (author), Gonzalez-Longatt, Francisco (author), Rueda, José L. (author)
Reaching net-zero emissions within the proposed time requires an enormous effort from the energy sector, and it is even more challenging for the electricity infrastructure. This article offers a modified version of the IEEE 39-bus system specifically created to allow zonal day-ahead market (ZDAM) simulations. The system representation is based...
conference paper 2023
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Tricarico, Gioacchino (author), Wagle, Raju (author), Dicorato, Maria (author), Forte, Giuseppe (author), Gonzalez-Longatt, Francisco (author), Rueda, José L. (author)
The increasing penetration of renewable energy resources (RES) in transmission system operating conditions require a suitable test system and a dataset to cope with current issues. RES penetration remarkably affects day-ahead market outcomes regarding zonal prices and dispatched generation levels. For this purpose, zonal day-ahead energy market...
conference paper 2022
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de Roos, Anouk (author)
Due to the much needed energy transition as agreed under the Paris climate agreement, it is expected that large amounts of variable renewable energy supply will be connected to the Dutch Transmission Network. Future social, economic and technological developments will determine both the amount of electrification as the central or decentral...
master thesis 2021
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Giannakopoulos, George (author)
Power systems nowadays are experiencing a significant energy transition characterized by the progressive increment of power electronic interfaced units. Voltage source converters are extensively utilized to interconnect renewable energy sources at various transmission levels, facilitate the asynchronous interconnection of system areas through...
master thesis 2021
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Rakhshani, E. (author), Veerakumar, Nidarshan (author), Ahmad, Z. (author), Rueda, José L. (author), van der Meijden, M.A.M.M. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
This paper deals with the implementation of a Fast Active Power Injection (FAPI) controller in a Type-4 Wind Turbine. Two different FAPI controllers, droop-based and a modified derivative-based controller are proposed and investigated under real-time simulation platform. The implementation is done in a Real-Time Digital Simulator (RTDS) by...
conference paper 2019
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López, Claudio (author), Cvetkovic, M. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
DIgSILENT PowerFactory is among the most widely adopted power system analysis tools in research and industry. It provides a comprehensive library of device models and it allows users to define their own. Models for dynamic simulation can be defined in the DIgSILENT Simulation Language (DSL). When the functionality of DSL is insufficient, new...
conference paper 2019
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Noris Martinez, Leonel (author)
Power outages can damage severely critical infrastructures such as telecommunication networks, financial services, water supplies and hospitals and completely shutting down production at companies. While most power blackouts usually last from some minutes to few hours, some can last days or even weeks. Furthermore, it is likely that these kinds...
master thesis 2018
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Alshehri, Feras (author)
The share of renewable energy sources in the electricity generation is expected to maintain a steady growth in the future driven by economic and environmental reasons. However, these renewable sources such as wind and solar have fluctuating power output. This fluctuation causes strain on the power system and can cause imbalances between...
master thesis 2018
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Tyuryukanov, I. (author), Naglic, M. (author), Popov, M. (author), van der Meijden, M.A.M.M. (author)
Intentional controlled islanding is a novel emergency control technique to mitigate wide-area instabilities by intelligently separating the power network into a set of self-sustainable islands. During the last decades, it has gained an increased attention due to the recent severe blackouts all over the world. Moreover, the increasing...
book chapter 2018
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Karagiannis Kaltsikis, Alexandros (author)
Power systems have undergone major changes the past few decades, leading to an increase in the frequency of occurrence and severity of blackouts. Intentional controlled islanding constitutes the final resort to rescue the system from a blackout by separating the network into islands in a controlled manner. Various post-separation control action...
master thesis 2017
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Ashil Thomas, A (author)
The world at large is passing through a phase of energy transformation – from a traditional centralized unidirectional to a decentralized and distributed bidirectional power system, with consumers becoming prosumers. Facilitated by the technological advancements in power electronics and growing concerns over climatic changes, this transformation...
master thesis 2017
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Muhamad Zamroni, Muhamad (author)
As the scale and complexity of power systems increase, simulating them in efficient and accurate ways continues to<br/>be a challenge in power systems engineering. Electromagnetic Transient (EMT) and Transient Stability (TS) simulation are the two main dynamic power system simulation methods. To simulate large and complex power systems in...
master thesis 2017
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Zhang, M. (author)
Power system blackouts have been observed increasingly frequent and severe. As an emergency control action to rescue the system from complete blackout, under-frequency load shedding (UFLS) technique can disconnect a part of the load when a disturbance occurs and an excessively low frequency is detected. Traditional UFLS scheme is widely adopted...
master thesis 2016
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Braat, R. (author)
One of the main research topics inside this thesis will be on what the effect will be on the present protection scheme when distributed generation units are extensively implemented inside the distribution system. The application of distributed generation will have an impact on the present protection scheme. This because the distributed...
master thesis 2015
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Pantziris, K. (author)
The rapidly increasing penetration of rooftop PV systems in rural LV distribution networks calls for the attention of DNOs in order to secure end-user voltage range. In times of high photovoltaic generation and low load consumption, voltage at PCCs may exceed the specified upper limit and make PV inverters trip. This phenomenon hinders further...
master thesis 2014
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Skaloumpakas, K. (author)
The need for fault ride-through (FRT) capability is not yet documented for the low voltage connected DG. The realization that an increase in the capacity of installed DG power in the specific voltage level can trigger disconnection, in case of transmission faults, of massive amounts of power from DG and jeopardize system stability is forming. In...
master thesis 2014
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Srinivasan, A.K. (author)
This project is a study into the transmission network system setup of tomorrow in the Netherlands. This work was carried out at TenneT TSO and investigates the Network behavior in response to faults at various locations in the system and the influence of varying electrical generation and loads under four growth scenarios envisaged by TenneT in...
master thesis 2011
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