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E-learning for power electronics in future power systems

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1 Author(s)
P. Bauer ; Delft Univ. of Technol., Netherlands

Solved animations can provide a better understanding of the status and different network options, compared to complex simulation or a set of equations. In this paper, examples of such animations for e-learning and system planning of different network options in a centralized or distributed power system are presented. Power electronics based compensators are introduced in the form of a new Web-based, software planning tool. Power flow congestion and the impact of power electronic compensators on the system, including detailed operations of power electronic based compensators are presented. These compensators include SVCs, active filters, DVRs and electronic tap changers. Using these animated planning tools, both system level and component level operation of these devices is clearly shown

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2005 International Conference on Future Power Systems

Date of Conference:

18-18 Nov. 2005