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An Analytical Solution for Voltage Stability Studies Incorporating Wind Power
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An Analytical Solution for Voltage Stability Studies Incorporating Wind Power
Lin, Yu-Zhang; Shi, Li-Bao; Yao, Liang-Zhong; Ni, Yi-Xin; Qin, Shi-Yao; Wang, Rui-Ming; Zhang, Jin-Ping;
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 Abstract
Voltage stability is one of the most critical security issues which has not yet been well resolved to date. In this paper, an analytical method called PQ plane analysis with consideration of the reactive power capability of wind turbine generator and the wake effect of wind farm is proposed for voltage stability study. Two voltage stability indices based on the proposed PQ plane analysis method incorporating the uncertainties of load-increasing direction and wind generation are designed and implemented. Cases studies are conducted to investigate the impacts of wind power incorporation with different control modes. Simulation results demonstrate that the constant voltage control based on reactive power capability significantly enhances voltage stability in comparison of the conventional constant power factor control. Some meaningful conclusions are obtained.
 Keywords
Voltage stability;PQ plane;Wind power;Reactive power capability;
 Language
English
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