June 21, 2022
3 AM CST / 8 AM GMT / 4 PM HKT
Available in English / Putonghua
Introduction to Real-Time
Speaker: Haiyue Wang
Simulation Engineer, Technical Marketing
Abstract: In this session, we present a background introduction to real-time simulation and Hardware-in-Loop (HIL) testing for power systems analysis. We’ll also provide an overview of the RTDS® Simulator’s hardware and software—different applications will be discussed.
As well, we’ll be presenting an introduction to HIL testing for microgrid applications, including the available models and features used to validate the microgrid control and protection solutions in real-time.
Bio: Haiyue Wang received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada in 2015 and 2017, respectively. She joined RTDS Technologies Inc. in 2018 and currently serves as the Simulation Engineer, Technical Marketing – China. Her research interests include modeling of modular multilevel converters, power electronics applications to power systems and HVDC systems.
Real-Time Simulation for Protection
in Modern Systems
Speaker: Eric Xu
Lead Applcaitions Engineer, Adv. Protection
Abstract: In this session, we present an application case based on the criteria and technical requirements addressed in the IEEE Std 1547™ 2018. This includes the modeling of the protection and control of DER grid interconnection, which highlights the synchronization of the DER to an existing grid and the response to abnormal conditions on the area Electric Power System’s (EPS).
We’ll also be presenting a live demonstration of Hardware-in-Loop (HIL) testing using the RTDS Simulator and commercially available advanced traveling wave protection relays.
Bio: Eric joined RTDS in 2009 after graduated from University of Manitoba with the Distinguished Award. Since joined, Eric has been involved in technical support, user training, GTNET models development and Traveling-Wave Relay Testing applications. Eric is a Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Manitoba and a member of IEEE. He is also a member of IEC Technical Committee 57 Working Group 10 which is the section working on the development of the communication standards for substations – functional architecture and general requirements.
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