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Analyzing Stability of Jeju Island Power System with Modular Multilevel Converter Based HVDC System
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 Title & Authors
Analyzing Stability of Jeju Island Power System with Modular Multilevel Converter Based HVDC System
Quach, Ngoc-Thinh; Lee, Do Heon; Kim, Ho-Chan; Kim, Eel-Hwan;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes the installation of a new modular multilevel converter based high-voltage direct current (MMC-HVDC) system to connect between mainland and Jeju island power systems in Korea in 2020. The purpose is to combine with two old line-commutated converters (LCC)-based HVDC system to achieve a stability of the Jeju island power system. The operation of the overall system will be analyzed in three cases: (i) wind speed is variable, (ii) either one of the LCC-HVDC systems is shutdown because of a fault or overhaul, (iii) a short circuit fault occurs at the mainland side. The effectiveness of the proposed control method is confirmed by the simulation results based on a PSCAD/EMTDC simulation program.
 Keywords
Modular multilevel converter;High-voltage direct current;Jeju island power system;Mainland power system;Short circuit fault;
 Language
English
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