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Power Electronic Converters for Low-Frequency HVac Transmission: Functions and Challenges
Lao K.W.2; Nguyen Q.1; Santoso S.1
2018-12-21
Source PublicationIEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting
Volume2018-August
AbstractAlthough high-voltage alternating-current (HVac) and direct-current (HVdc) are the technology of choice for long distance bulk power transmission, low-frequency HVac (LF-HVac) has been recently proposed to combine the strengths of HVac and HVdc approaches. The proposed transmission scheme operates at a low frequency thus requiring power converters to convert ac current to and from the standard HVac power frequency. The objective of this paper is to lay out fundamental requirements of power converters for LF-HVac applications. Suitability of common inverter topologies such as cycloconverters, matrix converters, and back-to-back converters are analyzed and compared. Further, initial simulations of LF-HVac involving back-to-back converters are presented.
KeywordAc/ac converters Low-frequency high-voltage alternating-current transmission Power conversion Power transmission
DOI10.1109/PESGM.2018.8586199
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Language英語
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.University of Texas at Austin
2.Universidade de Macau
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Lao K.W.,Nguyen Q.,Santoso S.. Power Electronic Converters for Low-Frequency HVac Transmission: Functions and Challenges[C],2018.
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