Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability. / Assis, Tatiana Mariano Lessa; Kuenzel, Stefanie; Pal, Bikash.

2020. Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada.

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Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability. / Assis, Tatiana Mariano Lessa; Kuenzel, Stefanie; Pal, Bikash.

2020. Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada.

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Assis, TML, Kuenzel, S & Pal, B 2020, 'Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability', Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada, 3/08/20 - 6/08/20.

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Assis, T. M. L., Kuenzel, S., & Pal, B. (2020). Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability. Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada.

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Assis TML, Kuenzel S, Pal B. Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability. 2020. Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada.

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Assis, Tatiana Mariano Lessa ; Kuenzel, Stefanie ; Pal, Bikash. / Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability. Paper presented at IEEE PES GM 2020, Montreal, Canada.

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title = "Impact of Multi-Terminal HVDC Grids on Enhancing Dynamic Power Transfer Capability",
abstract = "This paper proposes the exploitation of multiterminal HVDC grids to improve transfer capability in power systems. Multiterminal HVDC systems based on voltage source converters (VSC-MTDC) have been recognized as a promising alternative for the wind power integration. Under low wind scenarios, these grids originally dedicated for wind power transmission can be exploited as an additional interarea transmission path, providing extra dynamic security. The paper focuses on small-signal stability assessment, especially in poor damped oscillations associated with interarea modes. Simulations performed through a generic computational framework have shown that the high level of flexibility and controllability provided by voltage source converters can considerably improve the transfer capacity, while preserving adequate dynamic performance.",
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