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Direct Current Transmission - Kimbark - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text E. W 8. VoL Lacoste. pp.E. 2. Power Con! Proc. J. mswor. E W Kimbark Direct Current Transmission 1 - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. A classical book for DC current. High Voltage Direct Current(Hvdc) transmission. University of Gujrat, Pakistan. Introduction to photovoltaics powerpoint. Babu Jagannathan.
Power per Conductor and per Circuit Let us assume that an ac line and a de line using the same conductors and insulators are built. Vancouver Island Link British Columbia 8. Transmission from Swedish Mainland to Island of Gotland. Later came carbon-filament incandescent lamps operated in parallel at constant voltage and supplied with current from shunt-wound generators. HaIf-wave rectifier circuit.
How does the power per conductor compare on the two lines? Assume that in each case the current is limited by temperature rise.. This subject is discussed in Volume 2. If cables are used instead of overhead line.
Harmonics The converters used with a dc line produce harmonic voltages and currents on both ac and de sides. Filters are required on the ac side of each converter for diminishing the magnitude of harmonics in the ac networks. Generating Units Some hydroelectric generating stations connected toa load center through long ac lines have generators with abnormally low transient reactance or abnormally high moment of inertia specified in order to raise the stability limit.
Fortunately the capacitors used in the filters also supply part of the reactive power required by the converters. In addition. Both changes further favor direct current over alternating current by increasing the ratio of de power to ac power per conductor. Other terminal equipment on either ac or de lines may limit the voltage or current.
Ground Return A two-conductor bipolar dc line is more reliable than a three-conductor ac line. It is especially suitable to submarine cable. These increase the cost of the converter stations. Both lines have the same power loss per conductor. These harmonics. Because the power limit of overhead ac lines is. The power capabilities Pd of the respective circuits are Terminal Equipment The converters required at both ends of a de transmission link have proved to be reliable but expensive.
The de line. The cost of the filters and of the additional reactive power supply 'should be regarded as a part of the cost of a dc line terminal.
Perhaps also. Consequently an overhead line requires only t as many insulators. A narrower right of way could be used. The operation of an ac line with ground return is not feasible on account of the high impedance of such a circuit and the telephone interference caused by such operation.
The resulting ratio might be from 5 to The percentage loss of the. They also constitute a bottle neck to the power transmissible. A line cart be built in stages with monopolar operation initially. The control system is a little simpler if the tie lines operate on de than if on ac. Further information on de ground return is given in Chapter 9. These features raise the cost of the generators and would not be required if de transmission were used.
A monopolar de line with earth return is still simpler than a three-phase ac. No charging current. Hence each conductor can be operated as an independent circuit. The vertical intercept of each curve is the cost of the terminal equipment alone.
Some installations of converters similar to those used for HV dc transmission have been installed for frequency conversion with no de line. Does not contribute to short-circuit current of ac system.
L For cables crossing bodies of wate: The Volgograd hydroelectric plant has no filters. The first such scheme is Kingsnorth. Converters have little overload capability.
For transmitting large amounts of power over long distances by overhead lines. To date.
In Britain there is much interest in de transmission by underground cable through metropolitan areas. If we plot the cost of transmitting a certain amount of power by one method or the other as a function of the distance over which it is transmitted.
If the transmission distance is shorter than the break-even distance. Disadvantages Converters are expensive. Cables can be worked at a higher voltage gradient. All but the first two of these include great lengths of overhead line in addition to cables. For interconnecting ac systems having different frequencies or where asynchronous operation is desired. Hence distance is not limited by stability.
Estimates of the break-even distance of overhead lines. Ground return can be used. Less corona loss and radio interference.
Mayinterconnect ac systems of different frequencies. In the United States and the U. It is likely that such applications will be considered in large cities in the United States in the future. Converters require much reactive power.
Such great variation Can be explained. In congested urban areas or elsewhere where it is difficult to acquire right of way for overhead lines and where the lengths involved make ac cables impractical. Simpler line construction. Six of the first seven commercial installations. Line power factor is always unity. No skin effect. Synchronous operation is not required. The slope of each curve is the cost per unit length of the line and of that accessory equipment which varies with the length.
Converters generate harmonics. Lack of HV de circuit breakers hampers multiterminalor network operation.
Thecurve for ac transmission intersects that for dctransmission at an abscissa called the break-even distance. Tie-line power is easily controlled. In the English Channel crossing and in the Konti-Skan scheme asynchronous operation was preferred because of the simplcity and economy of control.
Reactive compensation is not required on a de line itself. C7 and based on costs showed average break-even distances of km mi for transmitting or MW on two overhead circuits and 77km 48 mi for transmitting MW on two shunt-compensated underground cable circuits. E3 the basic problem of ac transmission is that of inductive and capacitive reactance. It is the shunt capacitive reactance of long ac cables that overloads them with charging current. Greater variation is assumed for the cost of de transmission than for that of ac because there has been less experience with de than with ac.
If cheaper and. Series and shunt compensation of reactance are used on long ac lines. The increasing size and load density of metropolitan areas create problems of right of way for HY overhead lines. Itis now apparent that even such small variations in estimated costs make the estimated breakeven distance vary over a range of 2 or 3 to 1.
The increased public demand for the better appearance of electric lines and for the preservation of the natural environment is putting pressure on the electric power companies for placing transmission and distribution lines underground.
It is the series inductive reactance oflong overhead ac lines that causes the synchronous stability limit. An economic comparison between ac and de transmission made by an international working party of C. In the great majority of de transmission schemes already built. Here the cost of each line is assumed to vary over a certain range. In view of the relative novelty of HV de transmission. Effect of variation of costs on break-even distance.
The result would be to decrease the break-even distance. For cables the break-even distance is. On long overhead lines. These other factors are long water crossings. The ordinate in Figures 9 and 10 might be either capital cost or annual Ac Range of break-even distance cost.: In any case the curves would have the same form.
De cables are cheaper and more compact than ac cables for the same power and are not so limited in the feasible distance of transmission. As Greber discerningly points out. This fact gives an advantage to long de lines over long ac Jines. Comparative costs of ac and de overhead lines versus distance. The true cost of each is assumed to be within the cfgsshatched area. Openshaw Taylor. Approximately one volume per year has been published since then.
If cheaper. Transmission in France. Improved switches would make the control of the reactive power of converters possible. Operation and Control. Egloff and J. Conference on High Voltage D. Part III. The switching problem on de lines lies not only in the need for de circuit breakers but also in the converters. New series published by Pergamon. Part IV. Contains articles on both ac and dc transmission.
Nauchno-Izsledovatel'skii Institut Postoyannooo Toka. January There is some possibility that direct conversion from nuclear energy to av direct current might be developed. May 9. Thus the develop" ment of superior switches could give great impetus to de transmission. Power Transmission. Elementary and out-of-date. The other kind would rapidly switch capacitors so as to be charged-in parallel and discharged in series for voltage step-up or.
Other impending developments could alter the picture in favor of direct current. General 1. One kind would be analogous to the vibrator power supplies now used with battery-operated radios. Conference Publication English translation from German report. E4 The future of de transmission looks bright.
Cited hereinafter as N. History "Constant-Current D. July-August May 6. Part I. Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics. Direct Current. Part V. Baden-Zurich transmission. May Part II. Part 2. On mi. F" Superconducting dc generators and motors are being developed. Power Transmission by Direct Current. Iroestiya proceedings of the Direct Current Research Institute. Part VI. They could operate on either of two principles.
Apparatus Used in kw Part 1. Transmission Circuits. F' Cryogenic superconducting cables might transmit direct current long distances at low voltage and high current with no voltage drop and no power loss except that required to remove from the cable the heat that leaked into it from its surroundings. Tests preceding the MechanicvilleSchenectadyexperimental dc transmission.
Pimenov and M. Transmission Line Elbe-Berlin" in German. Systems" presented in the name of Study Committee No.
VoL September Wolf and O. Part Ill. October Hubert and M. Nekrasov and M.. July Bosch and O. March April Part Kashira-Moscow link.
Ramachandra Rao. Paper No. February Schifreen and W. An American Viewpoint. Part 3. Kashira-Moscow" in Russian. August Report of operating problems. Transmission in the U. Kashira-Moscow experimental cable transmission. Nekrasov and A. Part 3A. December to May Transmission at E. Includes a bibliography of entries. Also in Direct Current. Transmission at Siemens Schuckertwerke up to " in German. Dougherty and C.. VoL 2. Edison Electric Institute PublicationNo..
Voltage Electric Power Transmission.. December Translatedfrom N. Government Printing Office. Includes information on Mechanicville-Schenectady link. June Comparison of Direct and Alternating Current for High. Item Al above. November Work of of the Institute of DC Transmission.
Siemens Zeitschrift. Also in I. Kashira-Moscow experimental transmission. Transmission Lines at E. Paper Transmission System" in Russian.
New York. News item on research at C. Transmission wigh Static Converters: Some Notes on the Development. Survey of research in Britain. Chapter 10 of Cory. Garwin and J. Don Mills. Transmission to Gotland: The Gotland D. Summary of this paper and of discussion of it in Elec. Report It included papers on electric power systems. Preliminary design of tuoo-km. Gotland Link G. Transmission from Swedish Mainland to Island of Gotland.
ASEA Journal. Future Developments in H. The nitrogen-cooled cable is found to be the most economical. Present Progress. Three cryogenic ac transmission lines. Covers years to United States. Minnich and G. Report on a conference organized by the I. Includes summary of historical development.
Considers both resistive cryogenic cable with stranded aluminum conductors in liquid nitrogen or hydrogen and superconducting cable with niobium-coated tubes in liquid helium. Conductors of 0. Publication S Bibliographies "Direct Current Bibliography-x-I.
Layout of Plant. Peter Graneau. Rogers and D. The Layout of the Plant. News and Engg. Also in D-C Transmission. Publication 31 S Electric Light and Power. Liden and E. Bonneville Power Administration. High Voltage Direct Current Transmission: An Annotated Bibliography.
Rathsman and U. Estimate of power saved if the conductor in a MVA. Paper CP Cable of tubular aluminum conductors cooled internally by liquid nitrogen and supported by dielectric spacers in high-voltage vacuum insulation.
Edwards and R. Study made by B.
Sy Sviden and E. A6 above. Engineer London. Transmission Line between Volgograd and Donbass. Supply Systems. Connection across the English Channel. Channel Link: Lydd Operational. High Capacity Transmission. Elektricheskie Stantsli. Interconnection between the Islands of New Zealand. ASEA Journal.. Volgograd-Donbass Link I. Channel Cable. Cross Channel Cable. Transmission System Stalingrad-Donbass. Transient conditions. A Preliminary Survey. Transmission Line. The following series of papers items 3 to 17 was published in New Zealand Engineering.
Based on C. Conference Publication No. Mel'gunov and V. Stalin grad Hydroelectric Station to Donbass " in Russian. Fourcade and C. Line Between Benmore and Haywards. Chapter 8 of Cory. Csuros and G. Donbass" in Russian. Institution of Engineers. Transmission Scheme across the English Channel. Jarrett and L. New Zealand Link Unsigned news articles: Konti-Skan Link 2. Provides Power for the Future. Transmission Scheme. British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
Link 4. Dunn and Lars A. The Engineer. Part 1: Vancouver Island Link British Columbia 8. Direct CUrrent. Conference Paper CP Also published in I. The following papers are from I. Ellis and W. Conference Proc. Unsigned news article. Engineer Australia. Summer Special Features for H. Pacific Northwest-Southwest Intertie 8. Submarine Power-Cable Interconnection. Valve House. The Design and Construction of the MW. Hunter and W. Direct Current.. Also in LE. Part i. English Electric Jour.. Paper No..
News Record. Celilo terminal at The Dalles. Transmission Applied to. Mulloy and Edward York. Power Transmission in Japan.. Also I. Power Conf. Transmission Project. Reinforcement of an ac system with de links which do not increase required circuit-breaker interrupting ratings. American Power Conference Proc. Transmission Line and Terminal Facilities. Manitoba 1. Los Angeles. D-C TransmissionTerminids. Kingsnorth Link Unsigned news articles: May-June 9.
Transmission Interconnector. Civil Engg. Mather and E. Link" by T. High Voltage DC Transmission. Publication Abstracted in Elec. Jan Canadian Elec. Bonneville Power Administration report. Willesden D. Miscellaneous Projects 1. Transmission into a Predominantly A.
Southern terminal ofsecond. Burnside and W.. Power Engg. I Converter Circuits l It was indicated in Chapter 1 that the best kind of valve for use in the converters for HV de transmission is the mercury-arc valve with control grid. Region 3 Can! Department of the Interior.
Line from Snettisham powerplant to Juneau by submarine cable 18 proposed. Clayton and D. Based on Transmission Study Also in Amer. Churchill Falls. Line Proposed in Alaska. In this chapter we examine various ways in which groups of such valves and transformers can be connected to form a converter.
In addition to idealizing the valves. For each circuit considered. The circuit is useful only for very small amounts of power. The rated current for valves for HV de may be hundreds or thousands of amperes.
The forward voltage drop in a mercury-arc valve is in the range of 20 to 50 V. If polyphase. In this chapter. This mode of operation affords a comparison of the various converter circuits that is valid also for rectifier and inverter operation with grid control. In comparison. The current is inherently intermittent. Such current and voltage are in the forward direction and are taken as positive.
The dc load is shown on our circuit diagrams as a reactor 'in series with an EMF of constant voltage. The de load has infinite inductance. It follows from the characteristics of uncontrolled valves that 1 if the cathodes of several valves are connected together.
This assumption is justified by the fact that HV de converters have large dc smoothing reactors about 1 H. The transformers have no leakage impedance nor exciting admittance. Both direct current and direct voltage pulsate at the same frequency as the alternating voltage. It consists of two half-axes: HaIf-wave rectifier circuit. The ac source has no impedance and delivers constant voltage of sinusoidal wave form and constant frequency.
The valve may then operate on the branch shown as a broken heavy line in Figure Id. Although the current is assumed free from ripple. Barring abnormal operation arcbacks. Hence the idealized voltage-current characteristic of a diode. Negative inverse voltage at zero current In a valve having a control grid at a sufficiently negative voltage with respect to the cathode.
Positive forward current at zero voltage 2. If a transformer is placed between the ac source and the valve. Its average value is zero.. The anode voltages of valves 1 and 2 with respect to neutral point N are equal to el and ez The common cathode voltage of both valves. The voltage across each half of the secondary winding has crest value Em and rms value Wave forms of the circuit of Figure 3: The filtered direct voltage Vd is the average value of Vd. Now let us compute the numerical values of the various circuit quantities.
The average direct voltage Vd is also shown: The difference Va. Figure 4c shows the voltage V1 across valve In Figure 4a. When valve 2 is conducting.. The wave forms are shown in Figure 4. The crest value of current in each valve and in each half of the secondary Fig. Single-phase full-wave rectifier circuit. The valve currents The MMF of the entire secondary winding is porportional to il.
Each pair of valves could feed a separate load with a common return to neutral point N. The valve and load currents are unchanged. Wave forms of the circuit of Figure 5: The transformer secondary currents now have the same wave form as the primary current.
The result of such omission is the single-phase bridge rectifier. Cd valve currents il and h. Bridge Rectifier If the two valves in Figure 3 were reversed. It is also known as a two-way circuit. If the currents on the positive and negative sides were equal.
The aggregate volt-ampere rating of the valves is 2 x 3. Although the bridge circuit may appear more complicated than the fullwave circuit because it has four valves instead of two. Two valves 1 and I' conduct in series for one-half cycle. The wave forms are shown in Figure 6. The transformer primary current is doubled. Vp VI. J The number of valves. Single-phase bridge rectifier circuit. The same is true of harmonics on the ac side.
It is not practical as shown. Three-phase one-way rectifier circuit. Wave forms in the circuit of Figure 7. The circuit as shown. This may be avoided by replacing the Y connection by the zig-zag connection. The three secondary voltages ea.. The common cathode voltageu. The average direct voltage Va is given by d e Fig. These are also the voltages of the anodes of the lower group of valves and of the cathodes of the upper group.
The wave forms are shown in Figure Other advantages appear in the transformer bank. This is replotted in Figure lOb as the envelope of the line-to-line voltages. The common cathode voltage of the lower group of valves is the upper envelope of the transformer voltages.
In one segment. It is immediately to be noted that the ripple of the direct voltage is of frequency 6j. There is no direct current in the windings. III rgu P. The v. The transformer secondary line-toneutral voltages are shown in Figure lOa.
The difference in ordinates between the upper and lower envelopes is the instantaneous direct voltage vdon the valve side of the smoothing reactor. Since the neutral point of the ductor carnes no current an may e 7 transformer windings is no longer necessary The relation between the three-phase single-way and two-way circuits Figures 7 and 9 is like that between the single-phase single-way and two-way circuits Figures 3 and 5. In terms of Va. S55Va x O. Three-phase two-way.
The reason is that the scallops of the lower envelope are shifted one-sixth cycle from those of the upper envelope.
The voltage across valve 1 is also shown Figure lOe. The common anode voltage of the upper group of valves is the lower envelope. The Y connection is shown in Figure 9. Commutation occurs from valve 1 to valve 3. Wave forms of the circuit of Figure 9: Each valve conducts for one-third cycle. Its rms value is Id. The circuits so far considered in this chapter have the following pulse numbers: Circuit Single-phase Single-phase Single-phase Three-phase Three-phase half-wave full-wave bridge one-way two-way or bridge e f Fig.
In Figure 9. The current wave forms are shown in condensed fashion in Figure IOd. The current in each phase of the Y -connected secondary windings is the difference of the currents of two valves.
J3 times that of current in the Y. The average direct voltage Vd is given by. Commutation in one group. If the secondary windings are connected in S instead of Y. The primary line currents have the same wave shape as secondary Y currents if the transformer connection is YY or AA. The higher the pulse number of a converter.
This circuit has no advantage over the bridge unless it is desired to use valves having one mercury-pool cathode in an envelope steel tank or glass tube with three anodes. This advantage. The transformer secondary windings are connected in double Y with phase difference between one Y and the other.
Parallel Connections with Interphase Transformer The two three-phase groups of valves are again fed by double-Y-connected secondary windings. The higher the pulse number. They cannot be paralleled directly. This transformer connection is more complicated than that used with the three-phase bridge circuit. There are at least two other ways in which two three-phase one-way circuits can be combined to form six-pulse circuits. The higher the frequency and the lower the amplitude of a harmonic.
As in the three-phase bridge circuit. The opposite poles are Fig. As we have seen in the analyses of the foregoing circuits. Cascade of two three-phase one-way rectifiers. Six-phase Diametrical Connection This appears similar to the preceding connection. It has the following advantages: With the interphase transformer omitted and the neutral points of the two Y's solidly connected. A valve having one pool cathode and six anodes in one envelope can be used.
Study of Table land the circuit diagrams reveals that the best converter circuit for HV de transmission is the three-phase bridge. It is usually connected to the neutral points of the Y's and to the negative pole of the de line so as to permit the use of a single-cathode six-anode valve.
The instantaneous voltage of the center tap is. Cascade of three single-phase full-wave rectifiers. Let us confine our attention to these. It is not suitable for HV de work. This can be made up from one center-tapped winding per core instead of two separate windings per core. Circuits 4 to 8 are six-pulse circuits having six valves each and a three-phase ac supply. Six-phase diametrical rectifier circuit. This connection has the same disadvantages as the preceding one and.
The autotransformer is called an interphase transformer. Cascade of Three Single-phase Full-wave Rectifiers At first sight it appears that this circuit Figure 14 might give a higher direct voltage for a given P. A comparison of the nine different converter circuits discussed above is presented in Table 1. The volt-ampere rating of the transformer primary windings is equal to or less than that of the other circuits.
The aggregate volt-ampere rating of the valves is lower than that of circuit 8 and equal to that of the rest. If all valves but the maloperating one are blocked by grid control.. See Chapter 6 for a discussion of its causes. The advantages of this will appear in Section Consequently for a givenP. Double or center-tapped secondary windings are not required.. The secondary windings may be connected either in Y or in A.
For a given power throughput. This simplcity is important for obtaining a sturdy and reliable design for operation at very high voltages having superposed high-frequency transient voltages caused by commutation. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.
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