A Novel DFIG Damping Control for Power System with High Wind Power Penetration
AbstractAiming at the fact that large-scale penetration of wind power will to some extent weaken the small signal stability of power systems, in this paper, the dynamic model of a doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) is established firstly, to analyze the impact of wind generation on power oscillation damping. Then, based on the conventional maximum power point tracking control of variable speed wind turbine, a supplementary control scheme is proposed to increase the damping of power system. To achieve best performance, parameters of the damping control are tuned by using a genetic algorithm. Results of eigenvalue analysis and simulations demonstrate the effectiveness of supplementary damping control with fixed wind speed. At last, due to the problem that fluctuation of output power of wind generators would cause the unstable performance of the DFIG damping controller above, a new algorithm that adapts to the wind variation is added to the supplementary damping control scheme. Results of the simulation show that an improved damping control scheme can stably enhance system damping under various wind speeds and has higher practical value. View Full-Text
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Tan, A.; Lin, X.; Sun, J.; Lyu, R.; Li, Z.; Peng, L.; Khalid, M.S. A Novel DFIG Damping Control for Power System with High Wind Power Penetration. Energies 2016, 9, 521.
Tan A, Lin X, Sun J, Lyu R, Li Z, Peng L, Khalid MS. A Novel DFIG Damping Control for Power System with High Wind Power Penetration. Energies. 2016; 9(7):521.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tan, Aiguo; Lin, Xiangning; Sun, Jinwen; Lyu, Ran; Li, Zhengtian; Peng, Long; Khalid, Muhammad S. 2016. "A Novel DFIG Damping Control for Power System with High Wind Power Penetration." Energies 9, no. 7: 521.
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