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Thiringer, T., MacEnri, J. och Reed, M. (2011) *Flicker Evaluation of the SeaGen Tidal Plant*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Thiringer2011,

author={Thiringer, Torbjörn and MacEnri, Joe and Reed, Math},

title={Flicker Evaluation of the SeaGen Tidal Plant},

journal={IEEE Transactions on Sustainable energy},

issn={1949-3029},

volume={2},

issue={4},

pages={414-422},

abstract={This article presents the power quality evaluation of a
1.2 MW tidal power plant. The results show that the unit
works well and that the power quality impact is moderate
to low and for future units which most likely will have more
turbines, the power quality impact will be very low. The
wind turbine power quality standard IEC 61400-21 was used
in this investigation, and was adequate, however, regarding
the connecting transients, there could be a need for a specific
standard.
It is found that the power level is well controlled at higher
water speeds, the maximum 10 minute power is found to be
1.21 MW. The maximum 02 second value is found to be 1.46
MW and the maximum 60 second value is found to be 1.30
MW. The reactive power exchange with the grid is negligible,
at full load the power factor is 0.99. The flicker coefficient
is between 1 and 5, depending on the grid impedance
angle. Finally, it can be said that the maximum total harmonic
distortion (THD) for the voltages is found to be 1.2%
and for the current 0.65% during operation with the complete
power plant.},

year={2011},

}

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RT Journal Article

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ID 154022

A1 Thiringer, Torbjörn

A1 MacEnri, Joe

A1 Reed, Math

T1 Flicker Evaluation of the SeaGen Tidal Plant

YR 2011

JF IEEE Transactions on Sustainable energy

SN 1949-3029

VO 2

IS 4

SP 414

OP 422

AB This article presents the power quality evaluation of a
1.2 MW tidal power plant. The results show that the unit
works well and that the power quality impact is moderate
to low and for future units which most likely will have more
turbines, the power quality impact will be very low. The
wind turbine power quality standard IEC 61400-21 was used
in this investigation, and was adequate, however, regarding
the connecting transients, there could be a need for a specific
standard.
It is found that the power level is well controlled at higher
water speeds, the maximum 10 minute power is found to be
1.21 MW. The maximum 02 second value is found to be 1.46
MW and the maximum 60 second value is found to be 1.30
MW. The reactive power exchange with the grid is negligible,
at full load the power factor is 0.99. The flicker coefficient
is between 1 and 5, depending on the grid impedance
angle. Finally, it can be said that the maximum total harmonic
distortion (THD) for the voltages is found to be 1.2%
and for the current 0.65% during operation with the complete
power plant.

LA eng

OL 30