ISGT Europe 2022 panel session 7: Pushing the Boundaries of Real-Time Simulations for Validation of Future Complex Power Systems (Slides)
K. Sidwall, A. Paspatis, A. Genic, Z. Feng
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The complexity of power systems is increasing with the fast emergence of active network controls, high penetrations of converter-connected generation, new digitization schemes, flexibility markets, and intelligent controls. At the same time, researchers and industrial practitioners have increasingly considered controller hardware-in-the-loop (CHIL), power hardware-in-the-loop (PHIL), and geographically distributed real-time simulation (GDRTS) for the real-time experimental validation of innovative schemes. However, to support the pace of transition required by climate policy commitments, there is a growing need to find novel techniques for real-time simulation and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) experimentation that can characterize the intricate dependencies and interactions between control schemes and power technologies, and across integrated energy systems as they operate under a vastly greater range of operating conditions. This panel session focuses on the key challenges for the real-time simulation and validation of complex power systems, and presents the advancements that are pushing beyond existing limitations towards high fidelity, trusted validation of future grid solutions. The panelists will comprise a mix of real-time simulator manufacturers, internationally recognized academic researchers in real-time simulations and HIL approaches, and industrial adopters.
Dr. Mazher Syed, Dr. Thomas Strasser