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Our monthly blogs provide updates on research activities, presentations, visits and everything related to out lab! The team writes blogs in turns so that you can hear from all of us.  

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Blog 1 - 'NMES Coffee Morning' Presentation

Musa, 10 April 2023

On 22 February 2023, I had the opportunity present my research to other PhD students of the NMES (Natural, Mathematical and Engineering Sciences) faculty at King’s College London. The event, fondly called ‘NMES Coffee Mornings’, is meant to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing across the faculty.

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Blog 2 - ESO Visit to King's College Strand Campus

Zehua, 11 May 2023

The UK Electricity System Operator (ESO) visited the Strand Campus of King’s College London (KCL) on April 27, 2023. The purpose of the visit was to explore potential research collaborations and learn about the latest advancements in the fields of informatics and engineering. 

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Blog 3 - TransCampus workshop in London

Rui, 08 June 2023

A workshop took place on the Strand Campus to discuss progress on the TransCampus project Distribution System Modelling for Transmission System Harmonic Studies.

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Blog 4 - Stability issues in future power systems: revisiting conventional and emerging challenges

Tao, 26 July 2023

In conventional power systems three main stability concerns can be identified: rotor angle stability, frequency stability and voltage stability. The increasing penetration and integration of renewable energy sources (RESs) introduces new stability challenges. 

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Blog 5 - Use of machine learning to forecast generation and demand in electrical energy systems

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Abdulaziz, 13 October 2023

As the world shifts towards renewable energy sources, grid management encounters unprecedented challenges. The integration of renewables introduces fluctuations in energy production, further complicating the intricate task of maintaining a balance between supply and demand. Machine learning presents a robust solution to address these challenges. 

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Blog 6 - Transcampus workshop in Dresden 

Grazia, 24 November 2023

The project 'Modelling Distribution Systems for Transmission system harmonic studies' has been supported by the TransCampus framework, a collaboration between Technische Universität Dresden and King's College London. 

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Blog 7 - Comparison between traditional and renewable energy sources and impacts on power system

Zehua, 19 January 2024

The replacement of conventional generation (synchronous machines) with renewable energy sources poses few challenges to power system operation. Let examine three of these aspects. 

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Blog 8 - Steady-state stability analysis of the power electronics system

Hao, 19 February 2024

In response to the UK government's commitment to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, converter-based renewable energy sources are gradually replacing conventional synchronous generators, resulting in a gradual transformation of the conventional power grid into a power electronics-based power system

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Blog 9 - Educational activities: Power System Analysis module

Grazia, 31 March 2024

In the past semester, I had the privilege to teach new module to Engineering Students at King's College London. The module title is 'Power System Analysis' and the module is offered to third year BEng and MEng students enrolled in the General Engineering and Electronics Engineering programmes. 

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Blog 10 - Paper presentation at GPECOM2024

Tao, 17 June 2024

From June 4th to 7th, 2024, I had the opportunity to attend and present my work titled "Comparative Study of Low Frequency Transmission Solutions for Offshore Wind Farms " at the IEEE 6th Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference (GPECOM2024) conference in Budapest, Hungary. 

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