PhD defence by Bahram Shakerighadi on Modelling and Control of Large-Signal Stability in Power Electronic-based Power Systems
21.09.2020 kl. 14.00 - 17.00
Bahram Shakerighadi, Department of Energy Technology, will defend the thesis "Modelling and Control of Large-Signal Stability in Power Electronic-based Power Systems"
Modelling and Control of Large-Signal Stability in Power Electronic-based Power Systems
Professor Frede Blaabjerg
Professor Claus Leth Bak & Esmaeil Ebrahimzadeh
Associate Professor Yongheng Yang
Professor Zhe Chen, Dept. of Energy Technology, Aalborg University (Chairman)
Professor Qing-Chang Zhong, Illinois Institute of Technology, Illinois, USA
Professor Jinjun Liu, Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, China
Nowadays, power-electronic-based (PE-based) energy sources, such as wind turbines and photovoltaics (PV), are increasing in capacity in electrical grids. Increasing the penetration of PE-based energy sources in power systems changes the scope of stability, security, reliability, and protection assessment of conventional power systems. In modern power systems with a high penetration of PE-based energy sources, the stability issues may lead to outage in a part of the system or even to a blackout. Therefore, it is important to assess PE-based power systems stability challenges to prevent undesired system outages in the grid.
In this project, it is tried to assess stability issues of modern power systems with the focus on the large-signal stability challenges. The project starts with stability analysis of grid-connected voltage source converters (VSCs), where different methods are used to assess the stability of the grid-connected VSC. An energy function-based method and an inertia-based method are used to analyze the stability of grid-tied VSC. Besides, it is tried to assess the large-signal stability of the phase-locked loop (PLL) as one of the most important control loops in most PE-based units.
Stability assessment of large-scale power systems with PE-based energy sources is considered as the next step in this project. To do so, 4-machine Kundur and 23-machine Nordic test systems are considered as the small-scale and the large-scale power systems, respectively. The large-signal stability assessment is done to demonstrate stability challenges of modern power systems with a high penetration of PE-based energy sources. Thereafter, the large-signal stability challenges of modern power systems is considered, where inertia-based assessment is used to analyze the transient stability of PE-based
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