High Voltage AC underground cable systems for power transmission: A review of the Danish experience: Part 1

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Abstract

This paper is a first of two presenting a review of research results in underground cable transmission obtained by the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University ET/AAU and Danish TSO Energinet.dk within the last 6 years. The main core of the results are obtained by PhD students researching electrical engineering topics related to using underground cables for power transmission at EHV level and including the 420 kV level. The research topics were laid down by ET/AAU and Energinet.dk in the DANPAC (DANish Power systems with AC Cables) research project. The main topics are discussed on the basis of 39 references published by ET/AAU and Energinet.dk.
Part I of the paper explains the events that lead to the research project, reactive power compensation, modelling for transient studies, including field measurements and improvements to the existing models, and temporary overvoltages due to resonances.
Part II covers transient phenomena, harmonics in cables, system modelling for different phenomena, main and backup protections in cable-based networks, online fault detection and future trends.
Original languageEnglish
JournalElectric Power Systems Research
Volume140
Pages (from-to)984–994
Number of pages11
ISSN0378-7796
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016

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Underground cables
Power transmission
Cables
Electric potential
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Reactive power
Fault detection
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Keywords

  • Underground cable transmission
  • Time domain simulations
  • Electromagnetic transients
  • Cable modelling
  • Insulation coordination
  • Fault location

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In: Electric Power Systems Research, Vol. 140, 11.2016, p. 984–994.

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