Identification: Work Package 3 – “Massive Integration Of Power Electronic Devices”
To propose and develop novel control and management rules for a transmission grid to which 100 % converter-based devices are connected while keeping the costs under control;
To check the viability of such new control and management rules within transmission grids to which some synchronous machines are connected;
To infer a set of requirement guidelines for converter-based generating units (grid codes), as far as possible set at the connection point and technology-agnostic, which ease the implementation of the above control and management rules.
Build a laboratory test bench to test the proposed control
Period: from 01/01/2016 to 12/31/2019
Sponsors: European Union
Context: Smart Transmission System, Power electronic converters
Development and verification of an innovative control strategy
Stability analysis tools development
Test control with a real time simulated power system using PHIL simulation
Identification: “Multi-Terminal DC grid mock-up for off-shore energy production”
Main Topic : control of MTDC grids
Aims: DC voltage and AC frequency control
The growth of offshore wind farms and their geographical dispersion will perhaps lead to a multi-terminal DC (MTDC) configuration. The control strategies of DC system should consider both DC voltage constraints and frequency support of interconnected AC grids.
In the different stages of development for technological applications, the low scale demonstrator is a very important validation phase after the theoretical simulation analysis and prior to first prototypes or industrial installations. In terms of development of MTDC grids, it could still last for many years before getting the first on-site high voltage demonstrator, mainly due to the huge costs involved in such projects and to their impact on the operation of exiting grids. Therefore, the mock-up developed in TWENTIES demo3 provides an interesting intermediate and flexible step between simulations and on site demonstrator by mixing reduced power DC links and real-time simulation to develop an actual low power MTDC grid. This DC grid can be interconnected to a virtual AC power system.
Validation of dual droop control technique on three terminal configuration
Validation of MPC control
Partner n ° 1 (Pilot): Laboratoire L2EP in Lille / Arts et Métiers ParisTech – Lille – Address : 8, Boulevard Louis XIV – 59000 LILLE (France)
Partner n ° 2 : Laboratoire L2EP in Lille / Ecole centrale de Lille – Address: Cité Scientifique, 59651 Villeneuve-d’Ascq (France)
Partner n ° 3 : RTE-France – Address: CNER / Département Postes, Cœur Défense 100, Esplanade Charles de Gaulle F-92932 Paris La Défense (France)
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