Filipe Faria da Silva
Filipe Faria da Silva
Associate Professor in Energy Technology, Aalborg University
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Harmonic stability assessment for multiparalleled, grid-connected inverters
C Yoon, H Bai, RN Beres, X Wang, CL Bak, F Blaabjerg
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 7 (4), 1388-1397, 2016
Electromagnetic transients in power cables
FF Da Silva, CL Bak
Springer, 2013
Adaptive tuning of frequency thresholds using voltage drop data in decentralized load shedding
B Hoseinzadeh, FMF Da Silva, CL Bak
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 30 (4), 2055-2062, 2014
Analysis and simulation of electromagnetic transients in HVAC cable transmission grids
FMF Da Silva
Institut for Energiteknik, Aalborg Universitet, 2011
A performance comparison between extended Kalman Filter and unscented Kalman Filter in power system dynamic state estimation
H Khazraj, FF Da Silva, CL Bak
2016 51st International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2016
Methods to minimize zero-missing phenomenon
FF da Silva, CL Bak, US Gudmundsdottir, W Wiechowski, ...
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 25 (4), 2923-2930, 2010
Analysis and design of notch filter-based PLLs for grid-connected applications
H Khazraj, FF da Silva, CL Bak, S Golestan
Electric Power Systems Research 147, 62-69, 2017
Decentralized coordination of load shedding and plant protection considering high share of RESs
B Hoseinzadeh, FF da Silva, CL Bak
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 31 (5), 3607-3615, 2015
Use of a pre-insertion resistor to minimize zero-missing phenomenon and switching overvoltages
FF Da Silva, CL Bak, US Guomundsdottir, W Wiechowski, ...
2009 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, 1-7, 2009
Power system stability using decentralized under frequency and voltage load shedding
B Hoseinzadeh, FF Da Silva, CL Bak
2014 IEEE PES General Meeting| Conference & Exposition, 1-5, 2014
An initial topology of multi-terminal HVDC transmission system in Europe: A case study of the North-Sea region
R Irnawan, FF da Silva, CL Bak, TC Bregnhøj
2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 1-6, 2016
High voltage AC underground cable systems for power transmission–A review of the Danish experience, part 1
CL Bak, FF da Silva
Electric Power Systems Research 140, 984-994, 2016
Application of short-time Fourier transform for harmonic-based protection of meshed VSC-MTDC grids
M Ashouri, FFD Silva, CL Bak
The Journal of Engineering 2019 (16), 1439-1443, 2019
Conductor temperature estimation and prediction at thermal transient state in dynamic line rating application
DL Alvarez, FF da Silva, EE Mombello, CL Bak, JA Rosero
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 33 (5), 2236-2245, 2018
Power system unbalance due to railway electrification: Review of challenges and outlook of the Danish case
A Stamatopoulos, H Vikelgaard, FF da Silva, CL Bak
2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 1-6, 2016
Harmonic modelling, propagation and mitigation for large wind power plants connected via long HVAC cables: review and outlook of current research
MK Bakhshizadeh, J Hjerrild, Ł Kocewiak, B Hesselbæk, T Sørensen, ...
2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 1-5, 2016
A Current-Based Differential Technique to detect Loss of field in Synchronous generators
A Hasani, F Haghjoo, FMF Da Silva, CL Bak
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 35 (2), 514-522, 2019
Synchronous generator loss of field protection: A real-time realistic framework and assessment of some recently proposed methods
A Hasani, F Haghjoo, FF Da Silva, CL Bak
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 34 (3), 971-979, 2019
Variation of UPFC controllable parameters during power swing and their impacts on distance relay
J Khodaparast, M Khederzadeh, FF da Silva, CL Bak
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 11 (7), 1735-1744, 2017
Switching studies for the Horns Rev 2 wind farm main cable
CF Jensen, FF da Silva, CL Bak, W Wiechowski
International Conference on Power Systems Transients, IPST 2011, 2011
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