Active Use of DFIG-Based Variable-Speed Wind-Turbine for Voltage Control in Power System Operation

- Journal title : Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
- Volume 3, Issue 2, 2008, pp.254-262
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
- DOI : 10.5370/JEET.2008.3.2.254

Title & Authors

Active Use of DFIG-Based Variable-Speed Wind-Turbine for Voltage Control in Power System Operation

Ko, Hee-Sang; Yoon, Gi-Gab; Hong, Won-Pyo;

Ko, Hee-Sang; Yoon, Gi-Gab; Hong, Won-Pyo;

Abstract

This paper presents an active use of doubly-fed induction-generator(DFIG)-based variable-speed wind-turbine for voltage control in power system operation. For reasonable simulation studies, a detail dynamic model of a DFIG-based wind-turbine grid-connected system is presented. For the research objective, an innovative reactive power control scheme is proposed that manipulates dynamically the reactive power from the voltage source converter(VSC) with taking into account its operating state and limits.

Keywords

Doubly Fed Induction Generator;Variable Speed Wind Turbine;Voltage Control;Voltage Source Converter;

Language

English

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