Analysis of Effect of HVDC Transmission System on the Transient Stability

Title & Authors
Analysis of Effect of HVDC Transmission System on the Transient Stability
Jeon, Hyeok-Mo; Chun, Yeong-Han;

Abstract
The characteristics of Korean power systems are large capacity of generation sites and concentrated load in Seoul metropolitan area. According to the national generation facility plan, more generation facilities are needed to be constructed as the electrical demands are forecasted to increase. Moreover, the size of generation sites are expected to increase, too. Therefore transient stability problems become worse and worse. Recently, the necessity of HVDC has been raised to overcome the difficulty of constructing HVAC transmission lines. This paper shows the analysis of transient stability when HVDC transmission system is added to the power system consisting of large generation sites.
Keywords
Transient stability;Commutation failure;HVDC;DC/AC transmission lines;Nuclear power plant;
Language
Korean
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