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van Hooff, Owen (author)
The electrical power system is a critical infrastructure that provides a reliable energy supply for daily businesses. Designing resilient and reliable power grids is of paramount importance to prevent blackouts and their adverse economic impact on society.<br/><br/>Resiliency is fundamentally defined as the ability of a system to respond to high...
master thesis 2023
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Sun, Mingyu (author), Liu, Gaoyuan (author), Popov, M. (author), Terzija, Vladimir (author), Azizi, Sadegh (author)
The conventional Under Frequency Load Shedding (UFLS) scheme could result in unacceptably low frequency nadirs or overshedding in power systems with volatile inertia. This paper proposes a novel UFLS scheme for modern power systems whose inertia may vary in a wide range due to high penetration of renewable energy sources (RESs). The proposed...
journal article 2021
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Sattam, Ala'a (author)
The shifting of the European countries, including the Netherlands, towards an electricity production dominated by renewable energy sources to be (nearly 70%) by mid-century will have a significant impact on the frequency performance of electric networks. This would cause the level of grid inertia to be considerably reduced. From this perspective...
master thesis 2018
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Poorte, Michelle (author)
<br/>In the Netherlands the main sources of electricity are currently coal and gas fired power plants. Due to the increasing share of electricity that is produced from renewable energy sources, the operational hours of these conventional power plants are decreasing. However, these power plants are also the main source of frequency reserves,...
master thesis 2017
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