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Silvano Casoria

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Hydro-Quebec Research Institute (IREQ)

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He received the B.Ing and M.Sc.A degrees in Electrical Engineering from École Polytechnique de Montréal. Since 1981, he is with the real time simulator at IREQ. In 1988-89 he was a trainee at ABB plant in Ludvika, Sweden. His works includes the design and testing of HVDC control models. He developed various models for transient analyses programs, including MATLAB/SPS, and the real time simulator.


 

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22 Feb 2013 Screenshot LLR type AC network equivalent Defines the elements of an AC network equivalent represented by two inductors and one resistor. Author: Silvano Casoria hvdc transmission, equivalent network, network damping, resonance frequency, network impedance 26 3
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30 Mar 2012 Screenshot Sequential AC-DC load flow method for two-terminal HVDC networks A HVDC load flow algorithm in Simulink treated separately from an AC load flow in SimPowerSystems. Author: Silvano Casoria dc grid, hvdc transmission, load flow, ac generators, converters, acdc 63 3
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19 Nov 2014 Sequential AC-DC load flow method for two-terminal HVDC networks A HVDC load flow algorithm in Simulink treated separately from an AC load flow in SimPowerSystems. Author: Silvano Casoria

In response to yusuf comment.
It is possible to have only two AC busses in the AC system. I suppose that the two AC busses are the rectifier and the inverter commutating busses.

The sequential method implies executing successfully AC system and a DC system load flow analysis. Refer to the SimPowerSystems documentation regarding the usage of the load flow analysis function.

28 Mar 2013 LLR type AC network equivalent Defines the elements of an AC network equivalent represented by two inductors and one resistor. Author: Silvano Casoria

The three non linear equations are :
The first equation (bloc Mod_Zf1) defines the network impedance module, at the fundamental frequency (f1), as a function of L1, L2, R.
The second equation (bloc Angle_f1) defines the network phase angle, at the fundamental frequency (f1), as a function of L1, L2, R.
The third equation (bloc Angle_f2) defines the network phase angle, at the harmonic frequency (f2), as a function of L1, L2, R.

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19 Nov 2014 Sequential AC-DC load flow method for two-terminal HVDC networks A HVDC load flow algorithm in Simulink treated separately from an AC load flow in SimPowerSystems. Author: Silvano Casoria Silvano Casoria

In response to yusuf comment.
It is possible to have only two AC busses in the AC system. I suppose that the two AC busses are the rectifier and the inverter commutating busses.

The sequential method implies executing successfully AC system and a DC system load flow analysis. Refer to the SimPowerSystems documentation regarding the usage of the load flow analysis function.

13 Nov 2014 Sequential AC-DC load flow method for two-terminal HVDC networks A HVDC load flow algorithm in Simulink treated separately from an AC load flow in SimPowerSystems. Author: Silvano Casoria yusuf

I would like to learn that I can use this method for 2 AC bus load flow analysis or not?
If I can use, how? Thank you.

28 Mar 2013 LLR type AC network equivalent Defines the elements of an AC network equivalent represented by two inductors and one resistor. Author: Silvano Casoria Silvano Casoria

The three non linear equations are :
The first equation (bloc Mod_Zf1) defines the network impedance module, at the fundamental frequency (f1), as a function of L1, L2, R.
The second equation (bloc Angle_f1) defines the network phase angle, at the fundamental frequency (f1), as a function of L1, L2, R.
The third equation (bloc Angle_f2) defines the network phase angle, at the harmonic frequency (f2), as a function of L1, L2, R.

24 Feb 2013 LLR type AC network equivalent Defines the elements of an AC network equivalent represented by two inductors and one resistor. Author: Silvano Casoria rt

Please explain how to get the three non linear equations of the model

23 Feb 2013 LLR type AC network equivalent Defines the elements of an AC network equivalent represented by two inductors and one resistor. Author: Silvano Casoria rt

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