Distribution Power Systems and Power Quality
Bak-Jensen, Birgitte (editor)
High penetration of fluctuating renewable power units, such as wind turbines and photo voltaic systems, and new heavy loads, such as electrical vehicles and heat pumps, which so far might not be controlled according to the actual distribution grid condition, but rather according to actual consumption of the devices, influences the distribution grid in several ways, and it may lead to voltage disturbances, frequency deviations and harmonic content beyond limits. Over voltages might be generated at power production which is too high, whereas under voltage might occur at heavy load situations; both phenomena might be seen at the same distribution radial, where harmonic injections can also come from the devices, if equipped with power converters. This has led to the main target object for this book being power quality in distribution grids. This book offers 10 papers regarding power quality issues at distribution grids. It looks into hosting capacity issues, stability analysis, reliability assessment, mitigation of voltage rise using reactor installation, power quality assessments, harmonic analysis and damping, frequency control in weak and isolated power systems, and the focus is therefore broad within the overall topic of power quality.
Keywordsmeshed DC distributed power systems; stability criterion; virtual harmonic resistance; stability enhancement; waveform distortion; high-frequency spectral components; wavelet transform; modified estimation of signal parameters by rotational invariancetechnique (ESPRIT); power quality; transient power quality; S-transform; width factor; feature extraction; probabilistic neural network (PNN); renewable energy; reactor; voltage rise; distribution line; distribution resource; grid connection; generator; power factor; coordination of protection relay; active damping; DC distributed systems; dynamic performance; impedance decoupling; impedance overlap; minor loop gain; non-causal system; stability margins; modular multilevel converter; double-carrier phase-disposition pulse width modulation; double Fourier integral analysis; harmonic characteristic; carrier displacement angle; harmonic responsibilities assessment; utility harmonic impedance changes; wavelet packet transform; piecewise approach; bound constrained optimization; hosting capacity; solar power integration; electric vehicle integration; electricity distribution; distribution-system planning; wind-diesel power systems; power system modeling; variable-speed wind turbine; frequency control; stability analysis; wind power curtailment; inertial control; photovoltaic power stations; power systems reliability; non-aggregate Markov model; pseudo-sequential Monte Carlo simulation; intelligent state space reduction
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology