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Slide reads Simulation methods, models and analysis techniques to represent the behavior of bulk power system connected inverter-based resources.
Presently, many utility-scale inverter-based resources (IBRs) are in remote areas of the system where often there is sparse transmission and few synchronous generating resources. This interconnection scenario invariably leads to a low short-circuit current availability at the point of common coupling (PCC) of the IBR. Additionally, most new IBRs are connected to the grid through converter interfaces (e.g., Type 3 and 4 wind generators, photovoltaic solar generators, battery energy storage systems, etc.). Thus, the stability of an increased percentage of inverter-based IBRs in large power systems is an emerging research topic for the reliable operation of the grid. Since IBRs have controls and dynamic behavior that can be quite different from traditional synchronous machines, the mechanisms of instability in low short circuit systems need to be investigated using improved and appropriate mathematical models. This report looks at the availability, applicability, usability, and reliability of present state of the art computer simulation models for representation of IBRs. Further, limitations of the above alternative methods are discussed.

Modern Grid Design Standards Driving
Smart Grid Implementation

This course is aimed at practitioners in the construction industry, regulators, and contractors who want to understand the impact on grid modernization of electrification, renewables, and other changes happening to the environment that the electric grid supports. Discussion will include the history of how the current design standards (and drawings) were arrived at, the changes in issues and their direct impact on design standards, and recommendations for updating those standards.


Slide reads What is a Utility Design Standard?

Webinar details. On-Chip Epilepsy Detection Where Machine Learning Meets Personalized Wearable Healthcare.
Epilepsy detection and treatment can be challenging, especially for infants/children, necessitating the development of a personalized symptom detection device. Learn more about the design strategies of a patient-specific epilepsy detection System-on-Chip (SoC), including the difficulties and potential solutions to wearable interface circuit design.

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