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Practical Use of Real-Time Simulation for De-risking HVDC Integration
Start Date:
Fri 24 Apr 2020 15:15
End Date:
Fri 24 Apr 2020 16:30
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Our webinar on the 16th April was fully booked, so we have now added this additional date.

This joint webcast will describe the basic principles of real time simulation, outline international experience on hardware-in-the-loop testing for de-risking the integration of power system technologies and highlight practical considerations using the case study of a GB HVDC scheme with multi-terminal design. The webinar will cover benefits of real time simulation, overview of real-time simulation technologies, model compatibility aspects, hardware-in-the loop applications, lessons learnt from industrial projects and recommendations for improved models and features for global grid modernization standards and trends.

* Introduction and GB HVDC Context
* What is Real Time Simulation (RTS)?
* RTS Hardware and Interfacing Considerations
* International Experience on RTS Applications
* Practical Use of RTS in GB HVDC Projects
* Challenges, Opportunities and Recommendations
* Discussions / Q&A

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Organiser name:
Oluwole Daniel Adeuyi
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Organiser phone:
01236 687248
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