MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 260, 20192018 7th International Conference on Power Science and Engineering (ICPSE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Electronics and Electrical Automation|
|Published online||25 January 2019|
Non-characteristic Harmonic Analysis of Uhv ac/dc Systems
School of Electrical & Information Engineering, Changsha University Of Science & Technology, Changsha 410114, China
Uhv direct current transmission has developed rapidly in China due to its unique advantages of large capacity, long distance and high voltage. A series of researches have been carried out on the non-characteristic harmonic current in the grid side of uhv dc transmission system. This paper is aimed at the analysis of non-characteristic harmonics in the uhv direct current transmission system using a 12-pulse converter. Under ideal operating conditions, the system has characteristic non-characteristic harmonics. However, the actual operation condition of HVDC project is not ideal, so there are non-characteristic harmonics. The Simulink of MATLAB is used to model a uhv dc power transmission system. Based on this model, dynamic simulation is carried out to analyze the steady-state and dynamic characteristics of the system. Meanwhile, several common faults in the system are simulated. The simulation result is the same as the actual phenomenon, which provides support for identification, control and fault diagnosis of uhv ac/dc transmission system in the future.
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