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Optimization of Offshore Wind Farms with HVAC and HVDC Transmission Networks

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Recently, offshore wind farms have attracted more and more attention because of their greater energy capacity. To get the best performances of a wind farm park, a technical and economic compromise between energy yields and overall investment must be established. In this paper, a study was done on Borssele I & II offshore wind farm with HVAC and HVDC transmission technologies to compare their performances with different transmission distances.

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  • Offshore wind farms optimization
  • HVDC
  • HVAC transmission
  • LPC
  • Power flow

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This work was carried out within the framework of the WEAMEC, West Atlantic Marine Energy Community, and with funding from the Pays de la Loire Region. It was also funded with the French National Research Agency (ANR), with the collaboration of France Energies Marines Institute (FEM).

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Dabbabi, A., Bourguet, S., Loisel, R., Machmoum, M. (2020). Optimization of Offshore Wind Farms with HVAC and HVDC Transmission Networks. In: Zamboni, W., Petrone, G. (eds) ELECTRIMACS 2019. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 615. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37161-6_9

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