Dans le cadre du projet OPHELIA, SuperGrid Institute aura notamment la responsabilité de fournir des transformateurs électroniques DC pour le démonstrateur.
The Alpha phase of the Network DC project has successfully come to an end and SuperGrid Institute are getting stuck into the Beta phase.
North Sea Wind Power Hub pre-FEED study: DC Protection Functional Requirements and Parameter Ranges for HVDC Building Blocks
A methodology to define functional requirements and parameter ranges for HVDC building blocks such as converters and switching stations based on Simplistic Test Benchmarks (STB).
Wind Power Hub pre-FEED study: HVDC grid active power loss and restoration requirements based on AC frequency stability assessment
In order to decarbonize the European electricity production, the European Commission set an ambitious target of 300 GW of offshore wind capacity by 2050.
Comparison between DC Voltage Droop Schemes and Grid-Following & Grid-Forming Control in AC Systems in View of Interoperability of MTDC grids
The analysis shows that specifying both static and dynamic characteristics of droop-controlled stations is crucial for the security of the DC grid.
Combined data-driven and model-driven location of lightning strikes: Application to meshed HVDC grids
This paper addresses the problem of low-delay location of faults due to lightning strikes from single-ended measurements in HVDC grids.
From pole-to-ground fault current return paths in a meshed HVDC network to a grounding modelling simplification for protection studies
This article deals with fault currents return paths in case of pole-to-ground fault in a grounding configuration using surge arresters in all stations except one, which is solidly grounded.