Transient Stability of Inverter-Based Resources
The loss of synchronism (LOS) under large grid disturbances has been challenging the security and reliability of inverter-based renewable power systems. Unlike synchronous machines, there is lack of physical mechanism in inverter-based resources to maintain the synchronism. This talk will provide a design-oriented analysis on the transient (synchronization) stability of inverter-based resources. The parametric impacts of phase-locked loop and power-synchronization control loops will be discussed. Enhanced synchronization control schemes will then be presented with case studies in experiments.
Xiongfei Wang is currently a Professor and Leader of Research Program on Electronic Power Grid (eGrid) at the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark. His research interests are analytical modeling and control of grid-interactive power converters, stability and power quality of power-electronic-based power systems, harmonic analysis and mitigation, and applications of wide bandgap power semiconductor devices.
He has been closely working with a few world-leading companies on the modeling and control of inverter-based resources and transmission systems, and transferred a number of patents. In 2016, he was selected into Aalborg University Strategic Talent Management Program, which aims at developing next-generation research leaders for Aalborg University. He received 6 Prize Paper Awards in IEEE Transactions and conferences, the 2017 Outstanding Reviewer Award for the 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, and the 2019 Highly Cited Researcher in the Web of Science.
He currently serves 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 has been the Guest Editor for 3 Special Issues on the stability and control of grid-connected inverters in IEEE Transactions. He is Technical Thrust Leader on “Modeling and Control of Grid-Interactive Converters” in IEEE PELS. He founded the IEEE Workshop on “Representations of Power Electronics for Grid Dynamic Studies” as the General Chair in 2018, and is the General Co-Chair for IEEE COMPEL 2020.