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Espinoza, N., Bongiorno, M. och Carlson, O. (2016) *Frequency Characterization of Type-IV Wind Turbine Systems*.

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@conference{

Espinoza2016,

author={Espinoza, Nicolás and Bongiorno, Massimo and Carlson, Ola},

title={Frequency Characterization of Type-IV Wind Turbine Systems},

booktitle={2016 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), Milwaukee, WI, USA, 2016},

isbn={978-1-5090-0737-0},

pages={Article no 7855126},

abstract={The continuous need for renewable energy sources is a driving force for a fast development of wind turbine technologies. It is well known that control interactions can arise if the wind farms and the interconnecting system, for example ac collector system or high voltage direct current (HVDC)-link, are not properly integrated. One tool to assess the stability of the system is to analyse the input impedance of the wind farm together with the connecting grid impedance. In this regard, this paper investigates the impact of different system parameters in the input admittance of the generating unit. The admittance is analysed for a wide range of frequencies. Moreover, the passive and non-passive behavior of the admittance is highlighted and the risk of interaction between the wind turbine and other elements of the grid is discussed.
The system under consideration consists of a multi megawatt type-IV wind turbine system and a fully-rated voltage source converter (VSC)-based testing equipment used as verification tool for frequency scanning. First, the mathematical model of the system and the scanning method are presented. The input admittance is calculated for a variety of operating conditions including variations of control settings such as phase-locked loop (PLL) and close-loop current control bandwidth and system parameters, such as the output filter configuration. Finally, the investigated methodology is verified using time-domain simulations and field test results.},

year={2016},

keywords={wind turbine, frequency characterization, field test, voltage source converter (LVRT)},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Conference Proceedings

SR Electronic

ID 245577

A1 Espinoza, Nicolás

A1 Bongiorno, Massimo

A1 Carlson, Ola

T1 Frequency Characterization of Type-IV Wind Turbine Systems

YR 2016

T2 2016 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), Milwaukee, WI, USA, 2016

SN 978-1-5090-0737-0

AB The continuous need for renewable energy sources is a driving force for a fast development of wind turbine technologies. It is well known that control interactions can arise if the wind farms and the interconnecting system, for example ac collector system or high voltage direct current (HVDC)-link, are not properly integrated. One tool to assess the stability of the system is to analyse the input impedance of the wind farm together with the connecting grid impedance. In this regard, this paper investigates the impact of different system parameters in the input admittance of the generating unit. The admittance is analysed for a wide range of frequencies. Moreover, the passive and non-passive behavior of the admittance is highlighted and the risk of interaction between the wind turbine and other elements of the grid is discussed.
The system under consideration consists of a multi megawatt type-IV wind turbine system and a fully-rated voltage source converter (VSC)-based testing equipment used as verification tool for frequency scanning. First, the mathematical model of the system and the scanning method are presented. The input admittance is calculated for a variety of operating conditions including variations of control settings such as phase-locked loop (PLL) and close-loop current control bandwidth and system parameters, such as the output filter configuration. Finally, the investigated methodology is verified using time-domain simulations and field test results.

LA eng

DO 10.1109/ECCE.2016.7855126

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ECCE.2016.7855126

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