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Power Oscillation Damping Controller for Wind Power Plant Utilizing Wind Turbine Inertia as Energy Storage
Author:
T. Knuppel, J.N. Nielsen, K.H. Jensen, A. Dixon, J. Ostergaard
Year:
2011
Abstract:

The presentation was made at IEEE PES 2011 General Meeting Super Sessions in July, 2011. The presentation describes power system oscillations as follows: 1) Behavior well-known for synchronous machines; 2) Large-scale integration of wind power changes fundamental properties of the power system; 3) Increasing cluster size change expectation to “power park modules”; 4) Small-signal stability analysis would have to consider - large wind power plants are often commissioned in remote areas, increased penetration displace synchronous generation, and interfaced through electronic power converters; 4) Wind Power Plant (WPP) Power Oscillation Damping Controller (POD) proposed in literature; 5) Independent control of both active and reactive power; 6) Active and/or reactive power modulation.

Document Type:
Slide presentation
Source:
IEEE PES GM 2011