A Study of Order Modification for Reactive Power Support by Wind Farm during Communication Failure
AbstractVarious control methods and applications have been introduced to power systems in order to alleviate the uncertainties of relying on renewable sources. This paper, focusing on a reactive power allocation process, discusses the development of a self-modification algorithm and its introduction to an online reference management system. The algorithm is designed to predict unexpected situations occurring in real-time operations, when, due to technical issues, the control system becomes unavailable. A test system has been formed to check the feasibility of the composed method. As the main purpose of the feasibility study is checking availability with a complex solution, case studies are designed to adapt a reactive power allocation method based on loss minimization. When unexpected systemic errors were induced, the proposed modification plan changed order automatically with maintaining previous objective function. The improved effects, caused by realistic responses, are classified according to EMTDC (Electro-Magnetic Transient Design and Control) analysis. View Full-Text
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Jung, S.; Yoo, Y.; Kim, T.; Lee, J.-H.; Yoon, M.; Jang, G. A Study of Order Modification for Reactive Power Support by Wind Farm during Communication Failure. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 68.
Jung S, Yoo Y, Kim T, Lee J-H, Yoon M, Jang G. A Study of Order Modification for Reactive Power Support by Wind Farm during Communication Failure. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(1):68.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jung, Seungmin; Yoo, Yeuntae; Kim, Taehyung; Lee, Jae-Hyeong; Yoon, Minhan; Jang, Gilsoo. 2018. "A Study of Order Modification for Reactive Power Support by Wind Farm during Communication Failure." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 1: 68.
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