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Publikācija: Experimental Study of Dynamic Behavior of Different Flexible Systems for Reactive Power Compensation

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Title in original language Experimental Study of Dynamic Behavior of Different Flexible Systems for Reactive Power Compensation
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Jānis Zaķis
Dmitri Vinnikov
Juhan Laugis
Ivars Raņķis
Keywords capacitor, reactor, power, compensation, thyristor, transistor, balance
Abstract The paper presents the results obtained from a study of flexible reactive power compensation systems. The aim is to evaluate the application of flexible reactive power compensation systems for industrial consumers and to develop stability and quality comparison for two fundamentally different high speed reactive power compensation systems. The first of them is system with constant volume of compensation capacitors and in parallel to them regulated by thyristors reactors; the second one is so named STATCOM system with modulated by transistors parameters of reactors-capacitor circuits. Both investigated systems can react very fast to changes of power relations in compensated load circuits, i.e. they are a flexible compensation systems. Comparison of the both systems is reduced to investigation of their response time to load power component deviations.
Reference Zaķis, J., Vinnikov, D., Laugis, J., Raņķis, I. Experimental Study of Dynamic Behavior of Different Flexible Systems for Reactive Power Compensation. In: 10th International Scientific Conference „Engineering for Rural Development”: Proceedings. Vol.10, Latvia, Jelgava, 26-27 May, 2011. Jelgava: Latvia University of Agriculture Faculty of Engineering, 2011, pp.321-325. ISSN 1691-3043.
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