2020年学术报告通知：Grid-Converter Interactions: Stability and Control
报告题目：Grid-Converter Interactions: Stability and Control
报告时间：2020年11月28日（周六）20：00 – 21：00
会议ID：659 832 583
Xiongfei Wang received the B.S. degree from Yanshan University, China, in 2006, the M.S. degree from Harbin Institute of Technology, China, in 2008, both in electrical engineering, and the Ph.D. degree in energy technology from Aalborg University, Denmark, in 2013.
Since 2009, he has been with the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, where he became an Assistant Professor in 2014, an Associate Professor in 2016, a Professor and Research Program Leader for Electronic Power Grid (eGrid) in 2018, and the Director of Aalborg University-Huawei Energy Innovation Center in 2020. He is also a part-time Professor of power electronics systems with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. His current research interests include modeling and control of power electronic converters and systems, power electronics for sustainable energy systems and electrical grids, high power converters and multi-converter systems.
Dr. Wang serves as a Member-at-Large for Administrative Committee of IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) in 2020-2022, and as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, the IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, and the IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics. He was selected into Aalborg University Strategic Talent Management Program in 2016. He has received six Prize Paper Awards in the IEEE Transactions and conferences, the 2016 Outstanding Reviewer Award of IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, the 2018 IEEE PELS Richard M. Bass Outstanding Young Power Electronics Engineer Award, the 2019 IEEE PELS Sustainable Energy Systems Technical Achievement Award, the 2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society Prize Paper Award, and the Highly Cited Researcher in Web of Science from 2019.
The widespread use of power electronic converters is radically changing dynamics and control of electric power grids. Stably operating power converters under a wide range of grid conditions has become critical to the grid security. This talk will begin with a review of stability challenges with grid-connected converters, considering both grid-following and grid-forming control modes. Then, modeling methods for analyzing grid-converter interactions will be introduced, and insights into dynamic impacts of control loops will be provided. Lastly, several control schemes for actively stabilizing grid-connected converters will be discussed.
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