This article is the second in a series from the Microgrid Conference Panel 2019 – Making Sure Your Microgrid Will Work: Risk Reduction with Controller Hardware In the Loop (C-HIL) and Model-based Engineering
Qiang Fu, Regional Technology Manager at Eaton, was one of the panelists at the special session. He leads a research team to identify, develop, and validate technologies including microgrids, renewable energy, and power conversion.
He talked about the key challenges model-based system engineering and controller Hardware-in-the-Loop solves for microgrid development.
controller hardware in the loop,
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smart grid converters,
grid code compliance,
low voltage ride through,
advanced smart grid converters,
advanced grid support functions,
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