Institution：1. China Electric Power Research Institute, Beijing 100192, P.R. China
2.Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization, Beijing 100031, P.R. China
Acknowledgements：This work was supported by key project of smart grid technology and equipment of national key research and development plan of China (2016YFB0900601)
Full electromagnetic transient simulation for large power systems
For building Global Energy Interconnection (GEI), it is necessary to implement new breakthroughs on largepower system simulation. Key routes for implementing full electromagnetic transient simulation of large-power systems are described in this paper, and a top framework is designed. A combination of the new large time step algorithm and the traditional small-time step algorithm is proposed where both parts A and B are calculated independently. The method for integrating the Norton equivalence of the power electronic system to the entire power grid is proposed. A two-level gird division structure is proposed, which executes a multi-rate parallel calculation among subsystems and element parallel calculation in each subsystem. The initialization method of combining load flow derivation and automatic trial-and-error launching is introduced. The feasibility of the method is demonstrated through a practical power grid example, which lays a foundation for further research.
Global Energy Interconnection, Power system, Electromagnetic transient, Equivalence, Machine-network interface, Parallel calculation, Power electronics, Initialization, Technology framework CLC.
graduated from Fuzhou University for his bachelor’s degree in 1982, and graduated from China Electric Power Research Institute for his master’s degree and Ph.D. in 1984 and 2002, respectively. He is fellow of CSEE, senior member of IEEE, member of Cigre. His research field includes power system simulation, power system security and control.
graduated from Tsinghua University for his bachelor’s degree in 2006 and from China Electric Power Research Institute for his master’s degree in 2009. His primary research field is power system simulation, operation and control, HVDC transmission, and renewable energy.
graduated from China Electric Power Research Institute in 2002 for his master’s degree, and from North China Electric Power University in 2016 for Ph.D. His main research field includes power system simulation and new energy power generation.