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HVDC Transmission: Important Components & Applications

High-voltage direct current or HVDC transmission is a technique for sending electrical power from a source to a destination. HVDC systems maintain a constant flow of electrical energy in one direction, in contrast to typical AC transmission, where the current occasionally flips direction.

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7 Important HVDC Operating Modes

The effectiveness and adaptability of High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission systems in the long-distance transmission of electrical power are well known. Each system performs a critical role in ensuring effective power transfer and grid stability while operating in different HVDC operating modes. We’ll go into great detail about the various HVDC operating modes in this article.

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Transmission lines: Important Types and Parameters

Transmission lines are a vital component of electrical power systems. They are used to transfer electrical energy over long distances from power plants to distribution networks or between different parts of a power grid. These lines are typically made of conductive materials, such as copper or aluminum, and are designed to transmit high voltage alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC).