The Sending end converter (SEC) controls the AC and DC voltage while the receiving end converter (REC) controls the active power (P) and reactive power (Q). Both converters use current controllers.
- The active power set point is changed at 1 second from 1 pu to 0.8 pu.
-The reactive power set point is changed at 1.2 seconds from 0 to -0.2 pu.
Both converters use the consumer oriented sign convention.
Simulation of the faults is not implemented in the model but can be extended.
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Is this Module Suitable for a wind power ? if so can you please explain if not too much or guide me to a document
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please is it possible to connect wind farm to the sending end side of the model?
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The converter model used in this file is only available in 2015 , i cant save it in the previous versions.
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