Working Group Details
UPFC_WG - Unified Power Flow Controller Working Group_P2745 Series
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P2745.2 - Guide for Technology of Unified Power Flow Controller Using Modular Multilevel Converter: Part 2 Terminology
This guide specifies glossary and definition of unified power flow controller (UPFC) related areas, including the structure, equipment, tools and methods utilized by UPFC. The guide is applicable in flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) such as UPFC, static synchronous compensator (STATCOM), and static synchronous series compensator (SSSC).
P2745.4 - Guide for Technology of Unified Power Flow Controller Using Modular Multilevel Converter: Part 4 Control and Protection Application
This guide specifies the application of control and protection on a unified power flow controller (UPFC) using a modular multilevel converter (MMC)in transmission lines, including application considerations, protection functions and performance, control strategies and monitoring functions, as well as test and commissioning approaches. The guide also provides informative case studies of control and protection systems based on the application experience of UPFC projects
2745.1-2019 - IEEE Guide for Technology of Unified Power Flow Controller Using Modular Multilevel Converter - Part 1: Functions
An approach to preparing a functional specification for a unified power flow controller (UPFC) using modular multilevel converter (MMC) is documented by this guide. This guide provides the functional requirements for UPFC project application, including UPFC system composition, function and performance requirements, primary equipment requirements, control and protection requirements, characteristic description, spares, engineering studies, testing, documentation, as well as training of UPFC projects. The intention of this document is to serve as a base specification with an informative annex provided to guide utilities, manufacturers, integrators, and other interested entities to apply a particular UPFC project.