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2020

Dyśko, A. and Egea, A. and Hong, Q. and Khan, A. and Ernst, P. and Singer, R. and Roscoe, A. (2020) Testing characteristics of grid forming converters part III : inertial behaviour. In: 19th Wind Integration Workshop, 2020-11-11 - 2020-11-12.

Kersic, M. and Müller, T. and Denninger, R. and Ernst, P. and Reichert, S. and Rogalla, Soenke and Singer, Roland and Dýsko, A. and Egea Alvarez, A. and Hong, Q. and Lewis, E. and Roscoe, A. and Lens, H. and Schöll, C. and Schaupp, T. and Jalili, K. (2020) Testing characteristics of grid forming converters part I : specification and definition of behaviour. In: 19th Wind Integration Workshop, 2020-11-11 - 2020-11-12.

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