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Flexible AC Transmission Systems using EMR and Simulink

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Philippe DELARUE

 

Objective

This simulation sessions deals with the control of a Flexible AC Transmission System in electrical networks using Energetic Macroscopic Representation (EMR).

 

Outline

An Advanced Static Var Compensator (ASVC) will be studied in simulation. The ASCV is connected in series with the grid line with a transformer.
Three phase voltages in both parts (A and B) have a rms value of 6.6 kV and frequency of 50 Hz.
The ASVC has to manage active power in the following power range -10 MW to 10 MW for a transport phase between -15° and 15°.
The simulation will be developed using Energetic Macroscopic Representation and Matlab-Simulink.

The following steps are suggested:
1. EMR of the studied FACTS
2. Deduced control structure using anaverage model of power electronics
3. Strategy control level for power management
4. Simulation taking power switching into account and influence of harmonics.



Fig. 1: Studied FACTS (ASVC)




Fig. 2: Simulation model of the studied FACTS

 

References

Ph. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, E. Semail,
"Generic control method of multi-leg voltage-source-converters for fast practical implementation",
IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics,
vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 517-526, March 2003.

A. Bouscayrol, Ph. Delarue, B. François, J. Niiranen,
"Control implementation of a five-leg AC-AC converter to supply a three-phase induction machine",
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics,
vol. 20, no. 1, January 2005, pp. 107-115,
(common paper of L2EP and ABB Finland).


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