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Title: A novel architecture for power networks with distributed generation - concept outline
Authors: Garlick, William G.
Zolotas, Argyrios C.
Infield, David
Keywords: Active transformer
Converter control
Distributed generation
Large power networks
Renewable energy sources
System control
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: ICC2006
Citation: GARLICK, W.G., ZOLOTAS, A.C. and INFIELD, D.G., 2006. A novel architecture for power networks with distributed generation - concept outline. International Control Conference (ICC2006), Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 30th August - 1st September.
Abstract: Providing a secure power network is already a complex task but as network complexity grows with each new distributed generation connection so the problem of assurance for the next source connection becomes more and more protracted. A fundamental change to the network architecture may be necessary and an architecture based on cells containing both generation and loads has been proposed by some researchers. This paper proposes a novel power cell interface, replacing the conventional power transformer with an “active transformer” in order to provide a controllable, flexible and robust connection that will facilitate greater network management and business opportunities and new power flow control features. Copyright © 2006 GARLICK.
Description: This paper was presented at ICC2006: http://ukacc.group.shef.ac.uk/Control_Conferences/Control2006/icc2006.htm
Version: Not specified
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/5331
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Conference Papers (Control Systems Group)

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