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# ECE661

## HVDC and FACT

Fall 2016
Assignment #3
Due Date Novomber 22, 2016
Problem#1:
The per phase data for a particular power system with a TCR shunt compensator is as follows:
V(rms) = 220 V, f = 60 Hz, X = 1.2 , and Pe = 56 kW.
The maximum current of the TCR is IL(max)= 100 A. Find:
1. the phase angle ,
2. the magnitude of the line current (IS=IR=I),
3. the reactive power QQ of the shunt compensator
4. the current through the TCR,
5. the inductance reactance XL, and
6. the delay angle of the TCR if the IL is 60% of the maximum current.

Fig. P-1
Problem#2:
The nominal line-to-line voltage (Vt) at a bus in a three-phase AC system is 230 kV (rrns) when it is
supplying a three-phase inductive load of P + jQ = 1500 MW + j750 Mvar.
The per-phase AC system impedance Zs seen by the bus can be approximated to be purely inductive
with Zs = j5.0 .
1. Calculate the percentage change in the bus voltage magnitude for a 10% increase in P.
2. Calculate the percentage change in the bus voltage magnitude for a 10% increase in Q.
Vs is assumed to remain constant in both case.

Fig. P-2

Problem #3:
SVC (hybrid arrangement of a TCR and a TSC) is connected at the AC bus (across the load) in problem
#2. The TCR can draw a maximum of 50 Mvars per phase, whereas the TSC consists of four-capacitor
banks, each with a per-phase rating of 50 Mvars.
Holding the AC bus voltage to its nominal value for a 10% increase in Q in Problem#2-b, calculate:
1. the number of capacitor banks that should be switched in,
2. the delay angle at which the TCR should operate,
3. and the per-phase fundamental reactance of the TCR.
Problem #4:
Derive the following equation using Fourier analysis

I L1

sin
.Vm
X L