A Review of Real Time Digital Simulations: Theory and Applications for the Energy Transition

Luis Felipe Gaitan Cubides, Jorge Wilson Gonzalez Sanchez, Luis Alfonso Giraldo Velazquez

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    The arrival of the energy transition to the global electricity scene has led to the implementation of new technologies in power systems and modified the way that the energy is generated, distributed and consumed. The analysis of the operation and the consequences of the inclusion of new technologies become a very important topic in the studies carried out by the utilities. Real-Time Digital Simulators (RTDS) have become a powerful modeling tool that allow to analyze power system models with a high level of fidelity, permitting to anticipate problems and the assessment of solution strategies. Due to the increase in the use of this technology and considering that there are no review articles on RTDS applications written in Spanish, this paper presents an explanation of the characteristics of RTDS along with an updated state of the art related to applications in Energy Transition as a theoretical framework with a large amount of information collected for future researches in Latin America.

    Idioma originalInglés
    Páginas (desde-hasta)2295-2307
    Número de páginas13
    PublicaciónIEEE Latin America Transactions
    EstadoPublicada - 1 oct. 2022

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