HVDC-VSC Technology & Modeling in EMTP®
The objective of the training is to present a technical hands-on on HVDC-VSC systems. It is organized in collaboration with Siemens-Energy and The University of Texas.
The training covers the following topics:
Introduction to HVDC-VSC technology
Modeling and simulation of HVDC-VSC systems with EMTP®
Specifications of HVDC-VSC projects
This course presents practical and technical information on HVDC-VSC systems. EMTP® will be used to illustrate concepts and performances of HVDC-VSC systems.
The duration is 3 days.
The training starts at 8:30 am and ends at 5:00 pm every day.
Lunch breaks (included in the course fee) are from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.
This course is designed for engineers, researchers, and students with a keen interest in HVDC systems.
Computer and temporary EMTP® licenses
Every participant is required to bring their own personal computer. EMTP® licenses will be provided for the course's duration. EMTP® is free for Universities.
Day 1: Introduction to EMTP®
A. EMTP® solution methods
B. Basic switching transients
C. Modeling of power electronic systems
D. Modeling of renewable energy resources
Day 2: VSC-HVDC Technology
A. Introduction to VSC-HVDC
B. System topologies
C. VSC-HVDC design principles and relevant standards
D. Equipment modeling for VSC-HVDC design
Day 3: VSC-HVDC Technology Applications & Modeling
A. Modeling in EMTP ®
B. Transient modeling and analysis of results
C. Dynamic modeling and analysis of results
D. US requirements on modeling (NERC, IEEE 2800)
Contact for training information
Radost BABADZHANOVA | Marketing Manager, PGSTech
Jean MAHSEREDJIAN, Ph.D, IEEE Follow | Lead developer of EMTP®
Participants will have to pay 100% in advance before the course.
In case you cannot attend the training after having registered, please contact us as soon as possible at email@example.com
This training is organized in collaboration with Siemens-Energy and The University of Texas.
Nov 29 - Dec 01, 2023
Free registration for university students
The University of Texas at Austin | Engineering Education & Research Center (EER)
2501 Speedway Austin, TX 78712, USA
Room: EER 3.640/3.642
Brian Johnson, Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead Engineer HVDC, Siemens-Energy
Lead Engineer of EMTP®