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In this research work two multi-terminal HVDC topologies connecting large-scale wind farms to the grid are investigated. Such topologies are a two single-input single-output HVDC corridors and a double-input single-output double HVDC corridor. The first topology collects power generated from widely sparse wind farm sites, whilst the second topology is intended to efficiently interconnect nearby wind farms. The simulations results presented in this paper are building blocks towards the development of platforms helpful in the design and testing of new control strategies for operating multiple interconnected HVDC (high voltage direct current) corridors. The performance of each topology is clearly presented throughout various study cases. The modeling and simulation have been carried out using Matlab/Simulink.