An Extended System Frequency Response Model Considering Wind Power Participation in Frequency Regulation
AbstractWith increasing penetration of wind power into the power system, wind power participation in frequency regulation is regarded as a beneficial strategy to improve the dynamic frequency response characteristics of power systems. The traditional power system frequency response (SFR) model, which only includes synchronous generators, is no longer suitable for power systems with high penetrated wind power. An extended SFR model, based on the reduced-order model of wind turbine generator (WTG) and the traditional SFR model, is presented in this paper. In the extended SFR model, the reduced-order model of WTG with combined frequency control is deduced by employing small signal analysis theory. Afterwards, the stability analysis of a closed-loop control system for the extended SFR model is carried out. Time-domain simulations using a test system are performed to validate the effectiveness of the extended SFR model; this model can provide a simpler, clearer and faster way to analyze the dynamic frequency response characteristic for a high-wind integrated power systems. The impact of additional frequency control parameters and wind speed disturbances on the system dynamic frequency response characteristics are investigated. View Full-Text
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Tang, Y.; Dai, J.; Ning, J.; Dang, J.; Li, Y.; Tian, X. An Extended System Frequency Response Model Considering Wind Power Participation in Frequency Regulation. Energies 2017, 10, 1797.
Tang Y, Dai J, Ning J, Dang J, Li Y, Tian X. An Extended System Frequency Response Model Considering Wind Power Participation in Frequency Regulation. Energies. 2017; 10(11):1797.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tang, Yi; Dai, Jianfeng; Ning, Jia; Dang, Jie; Li, Yan; Tian, Xinshou. 2017. "An Extended System Frequency Response Model Considering Wind Power Participation in Frequency Regulation." Energies 10, no. 11: 1797.
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