Power and Energy

A PSCAD simulation model of direct-drive wind farm connected to the grid via VSC-HVDC is provided. Because there are a large number of power electronic devices and complex multi-time scale control links in the system, there is mutual coupling between power electronic devices or between power electronic devices and the power grid, which may lead to the risk of oscillation in the wide-band range from several hertz to hundreds of hertz.



The converter controller of wind turbine presents capacitive impedance characteristics with negative resistance at subsynchronous frequencies. When it is connected to weak AC power grid, it will form an LC resonant circuit with system-side inductance, and generate sub-/super-synchronous oscillations due to negative damping effect. A PSCAD simulation model of direct-drive wind farm connected to AC power grid is provided to study the above phenomenon.



A typical model of doubly-fed wind farm connected to the grid through series compensation is provided, which can be used to study subsynchronous oscillation(SSO). LC resonance may occur between the stator inductance and the capacitance in the 500kV line. At some frequencies, the equivalent resistance of the rotor is negative, and the proportional factor of the inner current loop of the rotor-side converter(RSC) will amplify the negative resistance, resulting in unstable subsynchronous control interaction(SSCI) in the system.



<p>Abstract – This paper shows an overview of the recent developments in the field of Electric Vehicles (EVs), the integration of EVs and Smart Cars, the battery technology and the power electronics in EVs.&nbsp;Over the past decades, the automotive industry has faced growing challenges, including environmental concerns and the finite amount of fuel resources that mainly includes petrol and diesel. In response to these challenges, Electric Vehicles (EVs) have emerged as sustainable alternative, promising reduced emissions and increased energy efficiency.


This dataset presents a representation of California's power system, encompassing existing generators and projections for the year 2050. The dataset's spatial resolution is at the state level (California), with hourly temporal resolution spanning 8760 periods. The system model considers four balancing areas (BA) nodes, a reference energy matrix developed by NREL’s Cambium [1], however without the representation of transmission lines.


Quantification and analysis of global oil trade networks reveals deep insights into a nation's development and influence at a global scale. Further, it allows us to predict future trends and changes to adapt state policy as the crude oil market influences the balance of power among the developed and emerging economies alike as it is central for energy needs as well for industrial progress.


This dataset holds the Simulink model and the main output results during a day of a PV/T Hybrid Solar Panel from the Department of Power Engineering and Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, “Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacau. The obtained results including electrical and thermal efficiency are compared with the performances of a real PV/T System.

The dataset is related to the data used in an article under review sent to the Machines – an Open Access Journal from MDPI (Q2, IF=2.6).


This project is a instruction for the parameters of the case studies in our paper "A Behavior-Based and Fast Convergence Energy Sharing Mechanism for Prosumers Community".

two_prosumer.npy:The parameters of the case studies on communities with 2 prosumers.
ten_prosumer.npy:The parameters of the case studies on communities with 10 prosumers.
fifty_prosumer.npy:The parameters of the case studies on communities with 50 prosumers.
hundred_prosumer.npy:The parameters of the case studies on communities with 100 prosumers


Partial discharge is a critical concern in high-voltage systems, with the potential to degrade or even cause catastrophic failures in equipment. Prior research has predominantly emphasized the mechanisms of gas ionization and electron mobility, frequently neglecting the influence of the formation process of neutral excited species on the discharge dynamics.


The three distribution systems provided in this dataset are based on the data provided in [1], and was developed in the line of research first reported in [2]. This dataset was used in Felipe's master thesis, yet to be published. The thesis developed a model that can operate a distribution system considering wildfire-prone climate conditions, with line investment options. In this work, we considered that part of the grid is vulnerable to the ignition of a wildfire, which can be influenced by the levels of power flows passing through the line segments within the region.