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Stability assessment and mitigation of HVDC converter interactions
Start Date:
Thu 27 Feb 2020 12:30
End Date:
Thu 27 Feb 2020 13:30
Skype Webinar
Safety, Connections, Reliability, Innovation
Hosted by The National HVDC Centre and the University of Strathclyde, this lunch-time webinar will:

*Describe new techniques based on the frequency domain behaviour of convertors for identifying risk within a GB system environment of multiple convertor infeed
*Illustrate process of accurately establishing frequency domain behaviour of a convertor, the concepts associated with multi-infeed interactions, and how to use data derived from analytical and EMT-type models of simplified GB system with power convertors to identify the scenarios and operating points for which there is greatest risk of interaction; and
*Include the following agenda items: 1) Problem Statement, 2) Method & Process of Analysis 3) Results 4) Conclusions/ Recommendations 5) Next steps 6) Q&A.

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Organiser name:
Oluwole Daniel Adeuyi
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Organiser phone:
01236 687248
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