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High-voltage direct current (HVDC) systems. Guidebook to the specification and design evaluation of A.C. filters

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

31-10-2016

Language(s)

English

Published date

31-07-2010

FOREWORD
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Outline of specifications of a.c. filters for
   HVDC systems
4 Permissible distortion units
5 Harmonic generation
6 Harmonic interaction across converters
7 Filter arrangements
8 Filter performance calculation
9 Filter switching and reactive power management
10 Steady state rating
11 Transient stresses and rating
12 Losses
13 Design issues and special applications
14 Protection
15 Seismic requirements
16 Audible noise
17 Customer specified parameters and requirements
18 Equipment design and test parameters
19 Field measurements and verification
20 Future developments
Annex A (informative) - Alternative type of procurement
        procedure
Annex B (informative) - Voltage and current distortion -
        Telephone interference
Annex C (informative) - Formulae for calculating the
        characteristic harmonics of a bridge converter
Annex D (informative) - Equivalent frequency deviation
Annex E (informative) - Reactive power management
Annex F (informative) - Background to loss evaluation
Annex G (informative) - Example of response spectra
        (from IEEE 693 - 1997)
Annex H (informative) - Definitions of acoustic parameters
Bibliography

Describes the specification and design evaluation of a.c. side harmonic performance and a.c. side filters for high-voltage direct current (HVDC) schemes.

This technical report deals with the specification and design evaluation of a.c. side harmonic performance and a.c. side filters for high-voltage direct current (HVDC) schemes. It is intended to be primarily for the use of the utilities and consultants who are responsible for issuing the technical specifications for new HVDC projects and evaluating designs proposed by prospective suppliers.

The scope of this technical report covers a.c. side filtering for the frequency range of interest in terms of harmonic distortion and audible frequency disturbances. It excludes filters designed to be effective in the Power Line Carrier (PLC) and radio interference spectra.

The bulk of the document concentrates on the “conventional” a.c. filter technology and current-source line-commutated HVDC converters. Discussion of the changes entailed by new technologies is treated exclusively in Clause 20. Other unusual applications, such as series filters, which use conventional technology but are only employed in very specific circumstances, are discussed in Clause 13.

The term “technical report” or “report” used in this document is taken to mean the document which defines the overall system requirements for the a.c. filters and the a.c. system environment in which they have to operate. Such a document is normally issued by utilities to the prospective HVDC manufacturers. It also ensures the uniformity of proposals and sets guidelines for the evaluation of bids. The term as used here does not refer to the detailed engineering specifications relating to individual items of equipment, which are prepared by the HVDC manufacturer as a result of the filter design process.

The technical report defines the technical basis for a contract between two parties, who in this document will be referred to as the “customer” and the “contractor”.

  • The “customer” is the organisation which is purchasing the HVDC converter station, including the a.c. filters. The term “customer” is taken to cover similar terms which may be used in specifications, such as owner, client, buyer, utility, user, employer and purchaser, and also covers a consultant representing the customer.

  • The “contractor” has the overall responsibility for delivery of the HVDC converter station, including the a.c. filters, as a system, and may in turn contract one or more sub-suppliers of individual items of equipment. The term “contractor” is taken to cover similar terms which may be used in specifications, such as manufacturer, or supplier.

Where the context clearly refers to the pre-contract stage of a project, the word “bidder” has been used instead of “contractor”, to indicate a prospective contractor, or tenderer.

Committee
PEL/22
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes DD IEC PAS 62001. (07/2010)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
216
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Withdrawn
SupersededBy
Supersedes
UnderRevision

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