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Subjects Electric power transmission — Alternating current. Electric power transmission — Direct current. Contents Machine generated contents note: Dc Power Transmission Technology 1.
Economics of Power Transmission 1. Application of DC Transmission 1. Description of DC Transmission System 1. Types of DC Links 1. Some Operating Problems 1. Line Commutated Converter 2. Analysis of Graetz Bridge Neglecting Overlap 2.
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Choice of Converter Configuration for any Pulse Pkwer 2. Analysis of a 12 Pulse Converters 2. Effect of Finite Smoothing Reactor 2. Voltage Source Converter 2. Pulse Width Modulation 3. Analysis Of Hvdc Converters 3. Analysis of Line Commutated Converter 3.
Lcc Bridge Characteristics systrms. Characteristics of a Twelve Pulse Converter 3. Detailed Analysis of Converters 3. Capacitor Commutated Converter 3. Analysis of a Voltage Source Converter 4. Converter And Hvdc System Control 4. Principles of DC Link Control 4.
Converter Control Characteristics 4. Modification of the Control Characteristics 4. System Control Hierarchy 4. Firing Angle Control 4. Individual Phase Control 4. Current and Extinction Angle Control 4. Starting and Stopping of DC Link 4. Energization and Deenergization of a Bridge Contents note continued: Start-up of DC Link 4. Higher Level Controllers 4. Stabilization of AC Ties 4. Reactive Power Control 4. Subsynchronous Damping Control 4.
Control of Voltage Source Converter 5. Coverter Faults And Protection 5. Short Circuit in a Bridge 5. Protection against Overcurrents 5. Overvoltages in a Converter Station 5. Disturbances on the AC Side 5. Disturbances on the DC Side 5. Hvrc Caused by Internal Converter Disturbances 5. Protection Syxtems Overvoltages 5. General Contents note continued: Overvoltage Protection in a Converter Station 5.
Smoothing Reactor And Dc Line ttansmission. DC Line Insulators 6. Transient Overvoltages in DC Line 6. Protection of DC Line 6. Detection of Line Faults 6. Characteristics and Types of DC Breakers 6. Applications of DC Breakers 6.
Reactive Power Control 7. Reactive Power Requirements in Steady State 7. Conventional Control Strategies 7.
Alternate Control Strategies 7. Forced Commutation Contents note continued: Sources of Reactive Power 7. Reactive Power Control During Transients 8.
Harmonics And Filters 8. Generation of Harmonics 8.
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Design of Sustems Filters 8. Criteria of Design 8. Types of Filters 8. Passive AC Filters 8. Passive DC Filters 8. Carrier Frequency and RI Noise 9. Current Margin Method 9. Voltage Limiting Control 9. Decentralized Current Reference Balancing 9. Two ACR Method 9. Multi-infeed DC Systems 9. Power Flow Analysis-An Overview DC System Model Basic Model of the Converter A Flexible Per Unit Mr DC Network Equations DC Control Equations Inclusion of Constraints A Case Study Power Flow Analysis under Dynamic Conditions Model of Converter Controller Modeling of DC Network Modeling of AC Network Application of Switching Functions Philosophy, Tools and Applications Parity Simulator