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A Study About Grid Impose Method On Real-Time Simulator For Wind-Farm Management System
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A Study About Grid Impose Method On Real-Time Simulator For Wind-Farm Management System
Jung, Seungmin; Yoo, Yeuntae; Kim, Hyun-Wook; Jang, Gilsoo;
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Owing to the variability of large-scaled wind power system, the development of wind farm management technologies and related compensation methods have been receiving attention. To provide an accurate and reliable output power, certain wind farm adopts a specified management system including a wind prediction model and grid expectation solutions for considering grid condition. Those technologies are focused on improving the reliability and stability issues of wind farms, which can affect not only nearby system devices but also a voltage condition of utility grid. Therefore, to adapt the develop management system, an expectation process about voltage condition of Point of Common Coupling should be integrated in operating system for responding system requirements in real-time basis. This paper introduce a grid imposing method for a real-time based wind farm management system. The expected power can be transferred to the power flow section and the required quantity about reactive power can be calculated through the proposed system. For the verification process, the gauss-seidel method is introduced in the Matlab/Simulink for analysing power flow condition. The entire simulation process was designed to interwork with PSCAD for verifying real power system condition.
Wind Farm Management System;Real Time Simulator;Voltage Regulation;Power Flow Analysis;System Monitoring;
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