Thyristor-Based FACTS Controllers for Electrical Transmission Systems
An important new resource for the international utility market
Over the past two decades, static reactive power compensators have evolved into a mature technology and become an integral part of modern electrical power systems. They are one of the key devices in flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS). Coordination of static compensators with other controllable FACTS devices promises not only tremendously enhanced power system controllability, but also the extension of power transfer capability of existing transmission corridors to near their thermal capacities, thus delaying or even curtailing the need to invest in new transmission facilities.
Offering both an in-depth presentation of theoretical concepts and practical applications pertaining to these power compensators, Thyristor-Based FACTS Controllers for Electrical Transmission Systems fills the need for an appropriate text on this emerging technology. Replete with examples and case studies on control design and performance, the book provides an important resource for both students and engineers working in the field.
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ReactivePower Control in Electrical Power Transmission
Principles of Conventional ReactivePower Compensators
SVC Control Components and Models
Concepts of SVC Voltage Control
The ThyristorControlled Series Capacitor TCSC
Coordination of FACTS Controllers
Emerging FACTS Controllers
Appendix A Design of an SVC Voltage Regulator
A Comparison of Physical Simulator Results
Approximate Multimodal Decomposition Method