TWENTIES for IEEE ISGT Gothenburg 2010

15 a reidy and r watson comparison of vsc based hvdc

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[15] A. Reidy and R. Watson, “Comparison of VSC based HVDC and HVAC interconnections to a large offshore wind farm,” in Proc. IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting , vol. 1, pp. 1–8, Jun. 2005. [16] J. J. Grainger and W. D. Stevenson, Power System Analysis, McGraw- Hill, New York, 1994. [17] IEEE Standard C37.113-1999, Guide for Protective Relay Application to Transmission Lines, Sep. 1999. [18] R. Wu, S. B. Dewan and G. R. Slemon, “A PWM AC-to DC converters with fixed switching frequency,” IEEE Trans. Ind. App. , vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 880-885, Aug. 2002. [19] N. Acharya, “Security, protection and control of power systems with large-scale wind power penetration,” The PhD dissertation, Electrical Engineering of Iowa State University, 2010. [20] [7-8] C.-C. Liu, J. Jung, G. T. Heydt, V. Vittal and A. G. Phadke, “The strategic power infrastructure defense (SPID) system. A conceptual design,” IEEE Control Syst. Mag. , vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 40–52, Aug. 2000 [21] S. Henry, AM. Denis, P. Panciatici, “Feasibility study of off-shore HVDC grids”, IEEE PES GM, Minneapolis, July 2010 [22] M. Ni, J. D. McCalley, V. Vittal, T. Tayyib, “Online Risk-Based Security Assessment”, IEEE Trans. on Power Systems, Vol. 18, No. 1, February 2003 [23] K. Uhlen, G. H. Kjølle, G. G. Løvås and Ø. Breidablik, “A Probabilistic Security Criterion for Determination of Power Transfer Limits in a Deregulated Environment”, Session CIGRE, Paris, 2000 [24] E. Ciapessoni, D. Cirio, E. Gaglioti, S. Massucco, A. Pitto, F. Silvestro, “Risk evaluation in power system contingency analyses”, accepted at 2010 CIGRE Session, Paris, August 22-27, 2010 VII. B IOGRAPHIES Dr Keith Bell is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow in the United Kingdom. He previously spent some years working in the electricity supply industry in the UK and is a Chartered Engineer and a member of The IET, CIGRE Study Committee C1 on “System Development and Economics” and the Power & Energy Society of the IEEE. Diego Cirio received the M.Sc. degree (1999) and Ph.D. degree (2003) in Electrical Engineering from University of Genoa, Italy. He was with CESI from 2003 to 2006, involved in consultancy activities for the Operations department of the Italian TSO (TERNA, formerly GRTN). Currently he is with “ENEA - Ricerca sul Sistema Elettrico” (ERSE, formerly CESI RICERCA) where he leads the Grid and Infrastructure Security research group. He is involved in national and EU research projects, and he acts as co- Operating Agent of the IEA Implementing Agreement ENARD – Annex IV “Transmission systems”. He contributed to the CIGRE WG C4.601. His research interests include power system security assessment, operational risk assessment, wide area monitoring and control, restoration. Anne-Marie Denis graduated from ENSEEIHT-Toulouse in 1978 and obtained her Ph.D. on Embedded Software Design at LAAS-CNRS Toulouse in 1981. From 1982 till 2002 she was involved in large scale power system projects developed by EDF-Research and Development Division, contributing as expert and project manager to over 15 international projects on the development of transmission grid interconnection. In 2003 she joined RTE - Research and Development Department. She is currently member of CIGRE,
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