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E – 1663 HVDC Technology – Part 2

Intended Audience: Electrical and general engineers

PDH UNITS: 3

0 STUDENTS ENROLLED

    This course is the second part of the HVDC Technology – Complete course. The main objective of the second part is to thoroughly present effects of harmonics in AC power systems, harmonic filter design, DC harmonic concepts and calculations, HVDC power and frequency control schemes. Since this course is continuation of the first course from this series, it is highly recommended that this course is taken upon successful completion of HVDC Technology – Complete Course – Part 1.

    This course is suitable for electrical engineers with a desire to understand basic HVDC technology design and operation principles. Presented details cover issues related to HVDC configurations, HVDC substation design arrangements and equipment, converter operation and control, effects of harmonics in power system, filter design and HVDC power and frequency control schemes.

    Learning Objectives

    This continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

    • Effects of harmonics in AC power systems
    • DC harmonics
    • Harmonic filter design and configurations
    • HVDC schemes power and frequency control
    • DC protection
    • HVDC converter transformers and their configurations
    • Reliability and availability of an HVDC converter
    • Power losses in converter stations

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