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AC Grid Resilience Enhancement using VSM Control of HVDC Interties

Irshad Alam | Dr. Neena Godara

Irshad Alam | Dr. Neena Godara "AC Grid Resilience Enhancement using VSM Control of HVDC Interties" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-4, June 2022, pp.1837-1842, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd50391.pdf

Inertia is one of the major concerns of our time these days, and visible inertia is seen as an inevitable part of the modern energy system of the future. This has been particularly important with the introduction of renewable energy grids (low wind and solar), which have a very sensitive effect on the power supply. Recent research trends in various parts of today’s energy systems are directed at real-world simulation methods, and many research projects have taught us this topic. In this paper, we measure frequency response by giving the result in visual inertia and frequency of the power grid when the conversion terminals are controlled as a virtual synchronizer (VSM). It assesses the performance of visual inertia support by looking at the power system by examining the impact of synchronization control, downtime HVDC, and VSM HVDC control over frequency response. Note how VSM-based HVDC controls provide internal support and improve recovery response frequency. The Power Factory Dig SILENT commercial software simulation introduces the same AC grid case connected to the HVDC transmission system modeled by default parameters. The results confirm the beneficial effect of virtual inertia support on frequency dynamics and how VSM-based control significantly improves the nadir frequency nadir and frequency change response (RoCoF) compared to the traditional frequency reduction of HVDC connectors.

HVDC, VSM, Dig SILENT, Frequency Response, Virtual Inertia

Volume-6 | Issue-4, June 2022
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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