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ACDC 2021 : The 17th International Conference on AC and DC Power Transmission

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Link: https://acdc.theiet.org/?utm_source=listing&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=acdc&utm_content=wikicfp
 
When Dec 7, 2021 - Dec 8, 2021
Where Glasgow, UK and online
Submission Deadline Jun 28, 2021
Categories    engineering   energy   transmission   power grid
 

Call For Papers

The electrical power system is changing and we face new challenges. ACDC 2021 will address new challenges in the energy industry arising from environmental, regulatory, political and social factors; and how they impact on the development of transmission schemes.

Papers selected for the conference programme are also indexed on IET Inspec, IEEE Xplore and Ei Compendex, making it the perfect opportunity to widen the reach and influence of your work.

Event format:

ACDC will be held in a hybrid format, with live sessions in Glasgow on 7 – 8 December and an online event day on 14 December.

How does this affect me as an author?

We want to ensure that everyone who wants to be part of ACDC 2021 is able to, wherever you are in the world.

If you are based in the UK, or in a location that permits travel to the UK at the time of your paper’s acceptance, you will be invited to present your paper at the live event in Glasgow, as either an oral or poster presentation.

If you are based in a location that does not permit travel to the UK at the time of your paper’s acceptance, you will be invited to present your paper as part of the online day. We expect this will be in the form of a pre-recorded presentation followed by a live Q&A.

Timings of the online event day will be determined by the papers we accept, and we will make every effort to ensure that your presentation is at a convenient time for your local time zone.

The technical scope includes:

• New HVDC and/or FACTS projects planned or under development
• Operating experiences (lessons learned) from existing HVDC and FACTS installations
• Impact on the grid of moving to 100% power electronic fed renewable generation
• Control of converters in power networks with declined system inertia and low fault level networks
• Integration of energy storage through a power electronics interface
• Off-shore wind connections brought to shore with the assistance of power electronics
• New converter topologies for the power sector
• Multi-terminal HVDC converter control and protection (both VSC and LCC)
• Modelling of power electronic systems for large area AC network stability studies
• Real-time and non-real-time modelling and how it applies to the objectives of the study
• Applications and experience of power electronics in the distribution network

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