ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 3 English
- 3 Electrical engineering
- 1 Future Grid
- 1 Power Generation Reliability
- 1 Power System Security
- 1 Power System Transient Stability
- 1 Renewable Generation
- 1 Risk Analysis
- 1 constant instantaneous power
- 1 constraint relaxations
- 1 current source inverter
- 1 dynamic analysis
- 1 highly reliable inverter
- 1 operational security
- 1 photovoltaics
- 1 power system studies
- 1 power systems operations
- 1 reverse-blocking IGBT
- 1 solar inverter
- 1 static analysis
This dissertation presents a novel current source converter topology that is primarily intended for single-phase photovoltaic (PV) applications. In comparison with the existing PV inverter technology, the salient features of the proposed topology are: a) the low frequency (double of line frequency) ripple that is common to single-phase inverters is greatly reduced; b) the absence of low frequency ripple enables significantly reduced size pass components to achieve necessary DC-link stiffness and c) improved maximum power point tracking (MPPT) performance is readily achieved due to the tightened current ripple even with reduced-size passive components. The proposed topology does not utilize any …
- Bush, Craig R., Ayyanar, Raja, Karam, Lina, et al.
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Constraint relaxation by definition means that certain security, operational, or financial constraints are allowed to be violated in the energy market model for a predetermined penalty price. System operators utilize this mechanism in an effort to impose a price-cap on shadow prices throughout the market. In addition, constraint relaxations can serve as corrective approximations that help in reducing the occurrence of infeasible or extreme solutions in the day-ahead markets. This work aims to capture the impact constraint relaxations have on system operational security. Moreover, this analysis also provides a better understanding of the correlation between DC market models and AC …
- Salloum, Ahmed, Vittal, Vijay, Hedman, Kory, et al.
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Electric power system security assessment is one of the most important requirements for operational and resource planning of the bulk power system ensuring safe operation of the power system for all credible contingencies. This deterministic approach usually provides a conservative criterion and can result in expensive bulk system expansion plans or conservative operating limits. Furthermore, with increased penetration of converter-based renewable generation in the electric grid, the dynamics of the grid are changing. In addition, the variability and intermittency associated with the renewable energy sources introduce uncertainty in the electricity grid. Since security margins have direct economic impact on the …
- Datta, Sohom, Vittal, Vijay, Undrill, John, et al.
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