This book offers a brief review of and investigations into the power quality problem in the new technology of co-phase high-speed traction power supplies, which benefits for higher locomotive speed. In addition, it presents detailed design procedures and discusses the chief concerns in connection with a newly proposed solution: compensation in co-phase traction power using a co-phase railway hybrid power quality conditioner (Railway HPQC). Further, it provides essential information on the modeling of power quality in co-phase, high-speed traction power supplies, and on power quality compensation algorithm derivations. Lastly, it delineates the design of railway HPQC and analyzes the effect of different parameters on its performance to accommodate different priorities. All design is supported by simulations and the results of experimental verification.
Dr. Keng-Weng Lao received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Macau in 2016. His research interests include power electronics and power converters, power compensation and energy saving, smart grids and energy storage, and electric vehicle and railway traction. He has published ninepapers in international journals and has served as a reviewer for four academic journals. He has also served on the board of supervisors at the IEEE Macau since 2009.Prof. Man-Chung Wong is currently a faculty member at the University of Macau. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Applied Electronics Engineering at Tsinghua University. He has published many papers in academic journals and presented at more than 60 conferences. He jointly holds three patents. He is also a reviewer for the IEEE Journal on Electric Power Applications, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, and IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics.
Dr. Ningyi Dai is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Macau. She has published 26 papers in academic journals and presented at more than 30 conferences. In addition, she jointly holds 5 patents. Her research interests include power electronics, multi-level converter control, power quality conditioning, and renewable energy integration.
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