2020-21 – Webinars, Anubhav Jain

Anubhav Jain has attended webinars regularly during lockdowns. If you are looking for recommended webinars, these are sessions he has found particularly useful, some of which you can watch on the YouTube links below:

ESIG, watch: The Advent of the Inverter Based System.
ESIG, watch: Grid Forming Inverter Research Landscape.

Switching Overvoltage Studies, PSCAD. Watch here.
Temporary Overvoltage Studies, PSCAD. Watch here.
Transient Recovery Voltage studies, PSCAD. Watch here.
Machine modelling & Power System Study Applications, PSCAD. Watch here.
PSCAD for Renewable integration – dynamic response & control interactions. Watch here.
General Introduction to EMT Simulations – Mathematical Background & Common Applications, PSCAD. Watch here.

G-PST/ESIG – Is Grid Forming enough: What Do Electricity Grids Need from IBR? Watch here.

De-risking Microgrids with Real-Time Simulation and HIL Testing, RTDS Technologies. Watch here.

Practical Use of Real Time Simulation for De-risking HVDC Integration, National HVDC Centre/RTDS Technologies. Read the slides and watch the recording.

Microgrids: From Definition to Operation, GE. Watch here.

Weak Area Network Control of Wind Turbine Generators, ESIG/SGRE. See similar presentation on their channel.

Workshop on Wind Power in Energy Systems, EERA JP Wind & SETWind.

HVDC interaction studies with EMT simulation tools, HVDC Square/RTE Intl./ Siemens.

First Multivendor HVDC System in Grid Forming Operation, HVDC Square/RTE Intl./Equinor.

The HITACHI Grid of the Future webinar series:
The Impact of EV (electric vehicle) charging on power systems: The session analysed the effect of increased electric vehicle usage to 2040.
The crucial role of the grid connection in keeping wind energy profitable: The importance of reliable grid connection and efficient cost-effective maintenance.
Urban Microgrids – Integrating renewables and energy storage in an urban community with advanced automation and control: This detailed the Skagerak Energilab project. It was the first to integrate a solar-powered arena roof microgrid, advanced grid automation, control & energy management system and battery storage!

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