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Modeling, Operation, and Analysis of DC Grids - 
      Alejandro Garces

Modeling, Operation, and Analysis of DC Grids

From High Power DC Transmission to DC Microgrids

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Modeling, Operation, and Analysis of DC Grids presents a unified vision of direct current grids with their core analysis techniques, uniting power electronics, power systems, and multiple scales of applications. Les mer
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Modeling, Operation, and Analysis of DC Grids presents a unified vision of direct current grids with their core analysis techniques, uniting power electronics, power systems, and multiple scales of applications. Part one presents high power applications such as HVDC transmission for wind energy, faults and protections in HVDC lines, stability analysis and inertia emulation. The second part addresses current applications in low voltage such as microgrids, power trains and aircraft applications. All chapters are self-contained with numerical and experimental analysis.
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Forlag: Academic Press Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780128221013
Format: 24 x 19 cm
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Chapter 1 Introduction Part 1 High power applications Chapter 2 HVDC transmission for wind energy

Chapter 3 DC faults in HVDC

Chapter 4 Eigenvalue-based analysis of small-signal dynamics and stability in DC grids

Chapter 5 Inertia emulation with HVDC transmission systems

Chapter 6 Real-time simulation of a transient model for HVDC cables in SOC-FPGA

Chapter 7 Probabilistic analysis in DC grids

Part 2 Low power applications Chapter 8 Stationary-state analysis of low-voltage DC grids

Chapter 9 Stability analysis and hierarchical control of DC power networks

Chapter 10 Digital control strategies of DC–DC converters in automotive hybrid powertrains

Chapter 11 Adaptive control for second-order DC–DC converters: PBC approach

Chapter 12 Advances in predictive control of DCmicrogrids

Chapter 13 Modeling and control of DC grids within more-electric aircraft
Dr Alejandro Garces received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and his master degree in power systems engineering from the Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira (Colombia) in 2004 and 2006 respectively. He received his PhD degree from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in in 2012. Since gaining his PhD, he has been research fellow at NTNU, consultant for the inter-American Development Bank and the Latin-American organization of energy, as well as for the commission of regulation of gas and energy in Colombia. He participated in the Smart Grids Colombia Vision 2030 study which defined the roadmap for the implementation of smart grids in Colombia. Dr. Garces is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Electric Power engineering, Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira. His current research interests include mathematical optimization and control for power systems applications, dynamics in electric grids, renewable energies, energy storage devices, microgrids and HVDC transmission.