Reliability of Modern Power Electronic based Power Systems-Video

Posted:
18 Nov 2020
Authors:
Saeed Peyghami
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PELS
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Time: 1:06:17
Abstract: Electric power system modernization is essential for reliable and secure power delivery with low to zero carbon footprint. It requires deploying new technologies and infrastructure as well as deregulating the electricity sector. Some stablished technologies have a considerable role in power systems modernization including renewable energy resources, storages, electronic transmission and distribution systems, and e-mobility. Notably, power electronics plays an underpinning role in energy conversion process of aforementioned technologies. Particularly, moving toward one hundred percent renewable energies has intensified the importance of power electronics in future power systems. However, power converters are one of the frequent sources of failures in many applications, hence introducing high downtime and maintenance costs. This talk will cover advanced reliability modeling and enhancement techniques in modern power electronic based power systems from device level up to system level.
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