Line commutated HVDC transmission lines are well es-tablished for wide area power distribution, despite their demand for minimum AC voltage and limitations to point to point connections. HVDC grids promise to overcome these limitations by utilizing self-commutated topologies, thus introducing black start capability and enabling inter-connection of several HVDC power lines.
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|Publication status||Published - 26 Apr 2017|
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