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M. P Robbins, 1995, Power Electronics: Converter Applications and Design, 2nd edn 32 MODELLING OF FACTS CONTROLLERS The width of the square wave is modulated in a sinusoidal manner, and the fundamental and harmonic components can be determined by means of Fourier analysis. To determine the magnitude and frequency of the resulting fundamental and harmonic terms, it is useful to use the concept of amplitude modulation ratio, ma, and frequency modulation ratio, mf: ^control V ; ^tri V fs mf ¼ ; f1 ma ¼ ð2:59Þ ð2:60Þ ^control is the peak amplitude of the sinusoidal (control) signal and V ^tri is the peak where V amplitude of the triangular (carrier) signal, which, for most practical purposes, is kept constant.
33, No. 4, April 1996, pp. 63–72. , 1998, ‘High Power Electronics and Flexible AC Transmission Systems’, IEEE Power Engineering Review (July) 3–4. , 2000 Understanding FACTS Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York. IEEE/CIGRE´ (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers/Conseil International des Grands Re´seaux E´lectriques) FACTS Overview, Special Issue, 95TP108, IEEE Service Center, Piscataway, NJ. , 1995, ‘Test Results and Initial Operating Experience for the BPA 500 kV Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor: Design, Operation, and Fault Test Results, Northcon 95’, in IEEE Technical Conference and Workshops Northcon 95, Portland, Oregon, USA, October 1995, IEEE, New York, pp.
1984, Power Generation, Operation and Control, 2nd edn, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. 1 INTRODUCTION The conventional elements of an electrical power system are: generators, transformers, transmission lines, cables, loads, banks of capacitors, nonlinear inductors, and protection and control equipment. These elements are suitably interconnected to enable the generation of electricity in sufﬁcient quantity to meet system demand at any one point in time. The operational objective is to transmit the electricity to the load centres at minimum production cost, maximum reliability, and minimum transmission loss (Elgerd, 1982).