Power router implementation to enable active distribution networks

H.P. Nguyen, G. Wolk, van der, W.L. Kling

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Abstract

Active Distribution Network (AN) operation is a particular feature of Smart Grids, which is expected to support integration of a large-scale renewable energy sources. Power routers are a combination of power electronic applications and communication systems used to enable promising functions of the AN concept. This paper aims to investigate possibilities of the power router to control voltage and power flow in a lab set-up. Interactions between communication systems, control layers, and physical electric networks are examined.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Innovation for Sustainable Production 2010 (I-SUP 2010), 22-25 April 2010, Bruges, Belgium
Place of PublicationBruges
PublisherI-SUP
Pages55-58
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Nguyen, H. P., Wolk, van der, G., & Kling, W. L. (2010). Power router implementation to enable active distribution networks. In Proceedings of the Innovation for Sustainable Production 2010 (I-SUP 2010), 22-25 April 2010, Bruges, Belgium (pp. 55-58). I-SUP.