Power electronic converters on transmission system from fundamental considerations to practical applications
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11 – 13 July 2022
The number of power electronic converters is increasing quickly in all the different parts of the grid. The electrical power system is moving from the “electromechanical world” to the “power electronic world”. The aim of this course is to contribute to build a bridge between the two worlds by using simplified models of power electronic converters and by integrating the key parameters and needs of the power system in the control design of the converters. The control algorithms will be built step by step starting from fundamental considerations about physics and introducing progressively the different functionalities required for a converter connected to the grid. The classical grid following control will be addressed and its limitation highlighted but the focus will mainly be done on the grid forming control. From these fundamental analyses, some practical applications will be derived such as wind turbine control, storage or HVDC systems. The participants will progressively build their own control by using predefined models of converters.
The target audience is Phd students working in power electronic applied to power system and people from the industry working in the same topic.
The models of power electronic converters will be simple enough to be understood by any person with some basic knowledge about electrical engineering and control.
The program of the course is a mix between some theoretical contents closely connected with some practical simulations on Matlab/Simulink and Simpower system. All the simulation files can be loaded on its personal computer or run online by using Matlab Online (in this case, computers will be available). These simulation models will be freely available and may be used freely for other applications. Several speakers from industry will also propose some conferences in order to bring their practical experience. All the different model parameters will be using some realistic parameters drawn from practical data.
Monday 11 July 2022
13:00 – 14:00 CET
14:00 – 18:00 CET
Fundamental considerations on the new power systems needs and power electronic converters models and control
Tuesday 12 July 2022
9:00 – 12:00 CET
12:00 – 13:00 CET
13:30 – 17:30 CET
Characterization and test of the different types of controls for Voltage Source Converter connected to simple grids
Application to MMC, wind turbine and storage
Wednesday 13 July 2022
9:00 – 12:00 CET
Study of interaction between converters in various grids
In all the difference parts of the course, some industrial conferences will be given on dedicated topics.
All the courses will be presented in English.
The summer school takes place in Centrale Lille – Cite Scientifique 59650 Villeneuve d’Ascq – France
It is also possible to attend the summer school remotely by Teams. A link will be provided
Registration will be open in May 2022
|Physical event||Virtual event|
|Students||150 €||75 €|
|Academics||250 €||125 €|
– professor in Centrale Lille . He received his Ph.D from University of Lille in 1992 and joined the Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Power Electronic (L2EP) in 1993. He has been professor in Ecole Centrale of Lille since 2002. First, he worked on modeling and control of power electronic systems. Then, he studied the integration of distributed generation and especially renewable energy in the power system. Nowadays, he is focused on the integration of high voltage power electronic converters in the transmission system. He is involved on several projects about power electronic on the grid within European projects and a large number of projects with French electrical utilities.
Research engineer – Arts et Metiers. He received a PhD in control system in 2007 from Ecole Centrale de Lille (France). Frédéric Colas is a member of the Laboratory of Electrical Engineering (L2EP) in Lille and is a Research Engineer at Arts et Métiers. His field of interest includes the integration of dispersed generation systems in electrical grids, advanced control techniques for power system, integration of power electronic converters in power systems and hardware-in-the-loop simulation. :
Antoine Bruyere – Professor Assistant, Centrale Lille Institute. He received the Ph.D. degree from Arts et Métiers in Electrical Engineering in 2009. He spent 10 years in Automotive industry, with Valeo Powertrain Electronics Product Group, as Expert in Automotive electrification. In 2016, he became a Professor Assistant with the Centrale Lille Institute, Laboratory of Electrical Engineering of Lille (L2EP). His actual research focuses on renewable energy integration on power-grid, using Power-Electronics
François Gruson – associate professor in Arts et Métiers Institute of technology, Lille. He received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Lille, Lille, in 2010. Since 2011, he has been working as Associate Professor at Institute of technology in the Laboratoire d’Electrotechnique et d’Electronique de Puissance of Lille (L2EP), Lille, France. His research interests include power electronic converter and power quality for distribution and transmission grid applications and especially for HVDC transmission grid.
Mohamed Moez BELHAOUANE – Research Engineer, Centrale Lille Institute. He received a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic School of Tunisia, in 2011. He is a research engineer at Centrale Lille Institute (France) and a member of the Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics (L2EP). His main research interests concern the modeling and control of AC/DC converters and their integration in large transmission grids. In addition, his research advances include also the design and implementation of advanced control strategies for multi-terminal HVDC grids using real-time simulation and Hardware in the Loop (HIL).