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Initiative with power electronics technology of grid: Jin Xinmin edited Publication date: 2015 Introduction "active distribution network in the power electronics technology" is divided into nine chapters, including introduction, active distribution network in the converter and Its control, distributed photovoltaic power generation technology, wind power generation system in active power distribution network, energy storage and energy management in active power distribution network, converter control during island operation of active power distribution network, and Grid / island operation switching technology, active distribution network stability and power quality, active distribution network simulation technology.
"Power Electronics Technology in Active Distribution Networks" can be used by experts and scholars who are engaged in the research of active distribution networks, microgrids, and distributed power sources. And graduate students in electrical engineering and other majors.
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Concept of Active Distribution Network
1.2 Structure of Active Distribution Network
1.3 Features of Active Distribution Network
1.4 Power Electronics in Active Distribution Networks References in this Chapter Chapter 2 Converters in Active Distribution Networks and Their Controls
2.1 Two-level converter
2.1.1 Analysis of operation principle of two-level voltage source converter
2.1.2 PWM control technology of two-level voltage source converter
2.2 Three-level converter
2.2.1 NPC three-level converter
2.2.2TNPC three-level converter
2.2.3 PWM control technology of three-level converter
2.3 Topology of photovoltaic grid-connected inverter without isolation transformer
2.4 Control technology of voltage source converter
2.4.1 Grid-connected Control Technology of Voltage Source Converter
2.4.2 Off-grid control technology of voltage source converter
2.5 DC / DC Converters in Active Distribution Networks and Their Controls
3.1 Principle of solar photovoltaic power generation
3.1.1 Solar Photovoltaic Cell
3.1.2 Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation System
3.1.3 Classification of Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation System
3.2 Distributed photovoltaic power generation
3.2.1 Principles and Typical Application Forms of Distributed Photovoltaic Power Generation
3.2.2 Control of Distributed Photovoltaic Grid-connected Inverter
3.2.3 Photovoltaic power generation solutions in power shortage areas
3.3 Photovoltaic Power Generation MPPT Technology
3.3.1 Maximum power tracking principle
3.3.2 Maximum Power Tracking Algorithm
3.3.3 Definition of Distributed MPPT
3.3.4 Distributed MPPT Technology
3.4 Island detection
3.4.1 Principle of island detection
3.4.2 Detection method of grid-side islands
3.4.3 Passive island detection method on the power side
3.4.4 Method of active island detection on the power side
4.1 Overview of Wind Power System
4.1.1 Classification of wind power generation systems
4.1.2 Wind turbine power characteristics and maximum power tracking technology
4.2 Basic control strategy of converter for wind power system
4.2.1 Principle and Control of Doubly-Fed Wind Power Generation System
4.2.2 Principle and Control of Direct Drive Wind Power Generation System
4.3 Low-voltage ride-through control technology for wind power generation systems
4.3.1 Grid failure and low voltage ride-through standards
4.3.2 Impact of voltage sag on doubly-fed wind power system
4.3.3 Low-voltage ride-through control strategy of doubly-fed wind power system
4.4 Control technology of wind power system under grid voltage imbalance
4.4.1 Mathematical model of doubly-fed wind power system under unbalanced grid voltage
4.4.2 RSC control target of DFIG system under unbalanced grid voltage
4.4.3 Control Strategy of DFIG System under Unbalanced Grid Voltage
4.5 The role of wind power generation systems in active power distribution networks
5.1 The role of energy storage in active distribution networks
5.1.1 The role of energy storage in active distribution networks
5.1.2 The necessity of energy storage in photovoltaic power generation systems
5.2 Energy storage systems in active distribution networks
5.2.1 Types of energy storage devices
5.2.2 Composition of Battery Energy Storage System
5.2.3 Energy Storage Battery
5.2.4 Battery Management System BMS
5.2.5 Energy storage converter and its control
5.2.6 Examples of battery energy storage application schemes
5.3 Capacity allocation and energy management of energy storage systems in active distribution networks
5.3.1 Capacity configuration of energy storage system
5.3.2 Energy Management of Energy Storage System in Active Distribution Network
6.1 Overview of Converter Islanding Technology
6.2 Master-slave parallel control method
6.3 Parallel control method with interconnected signal lines
6.4 Parallel control without interconnecting signal lines
6.4.1 Micro-sag control principle
6.4.2 Inverter type microsource static stability
6.4.3 Inverter type micro-source non-interconnected signal line control method
6.5 Voltage characteristics and power control performance
6.5.1 Equivalent impedance analysis of three-loop control method
6.5.2 Equivalent impedance analysis of virtual impedance control method
6.5.3 Voltage Drop Problem of Virtual Impedance Control Method
6.5.4 Equivalent impedance analysis of P-f and Q-V single-loop droop control methods
6.5.5 P-f and Q-V single loop droop control method power limit function
6.6 Frequency characteristics
6.6.1 Traditional Droop Control Method
6.6.2 Virtual synchronous generator control method References in this chapter Chapter 7 Grid-connected / island operation switching technology in distribution network
7.1 Overview of Hierarchical Control Thoughts
7.2 Parallel / off-grid switching method for a single micro-source
7.2.1 VCM mode grid-connected / island switching method for droop control
7.2.2 Switching method between grid-connected CCM mode and island VCM mode
7.3 Microgrid System On / Off Grid Seamless Switching Technology
7.3.1 Principle of Quasi-Synchronous Grid Connection of Microgrid System
7.3.2 Micro grid system quasi-synchronous grid connection conditions
7.3.3 Quasi-Synchronous Grid Control Strategy for Microgrid System
7.4 Black Start Control Strategy for Microgrid System
7.4.1 Black Start Principle of Microgrid System
7.4.2 Black start scheduling method for microgrid control system
7.4.3 Micro-source black-start control method References in this chapter Chapter 8 Stability and power quality of active distribution networks
8.1 Stability of Active Distribution Network
8.1.1 Small Signal Stability Analysis Method
8.1.2 Small Signal Modeling of Centralized Load System
8.1.3 Small Signal Model of Distributed Load System
8.1.4 Small signal stability analysis example and time domain simulation verification
8.2 Power Quality Analysis and Management of Active Distribution Network
8.2.1 Three-phase unbalanced operation of active distribution network
8.2.2 Unbalanced voltage control in island operation
8.2.3 Harmonic Problems in Active Distribution Networks References in this Chapter Chapter 9 Simulation Techniques for Active Distribution Networks
9.1 Offline simulation
9.1.1 Importance of Simulation Technology for Active Distribution Network Research
9.1.2 Modeling scales and methods for different purposes
9.1.3 Typical Distributed Power Model
9.2 Pure digital real-time simulation
9.2.1 Concept and Significance of Pure Digital Real-Time Simulation
9.2.2 Commonly Used Real-Time Simulators
9.2.3 Application Examples
9.3 Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation
9.3.1 Concept and Characteristics of Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation
9.3.2 Hardware in the loop
9.3.3 Quick Control Prototype
9.3.4 Application Examples References in this chapter Appendix A Partial Derivative Function Calculation Results Appendix B Coefficient Matrix Calculation Results Appendix C Active Distribution Network System Parameter Table Appendix DCCM-VSC Parameter Table


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