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@article{9b1394d24daa4fec8528901052c78a33,
title = "HVDC Connection of Off-shore Wind Power Plants",
publisher = "John/Wiley & Sons Ltd.",
author = "Ranjan Sharma and Seung-Tae Cha and Qiuwei Wu and Jensen, {Kim Høj} and Rasmussen, {Tonny Wederberg} and Jacob Østergaard",
year = "2012",
journal = "Wind Energy",
issn = "1095-4244",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - HVDC Connection of Off-shore Wind Power Plants

T2 - Time Domain Analysis of Fault Handling and Power Hardware in the Loop Validation

A1 - Sharma,Ranjan

A1 - Cha,Seung-Tae

A1 - Wu,Qiuwei

A1 - Jensen,Kim Høj

A1 - Rasmussen,Tonny Wederberg

A1 - Østergaard,Jacob

AU - Sharma,Ranjan

AU - Cha,Seung-Tae

AU - Wu,Qiuwei

AU - Jensen,Kim Høj

AU - Rasmussen,Tonny Wederberg

AU - Østergaard,Jacob

PB - John/Wiley & Sons Ltd.

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Many future off-shore wind power plants (WPPs) are commissioned or planned at long distance off-shore locations.<br/>HVDC transmission system provides a viable transmission solution for these off-shore WPPs. This paper focuses on the<br/>control and operation of HVDC connected off-shoreWPPs during faults in order to fulfill different grid code requirements. A feed<br/>forward signal based HVDC voltage control algorithm has been presented in order to improve the low voltage fault ride through<br/>(LV-FRT) capability of such a system. Based on the presented control methods, active control of collector network AC voltage<br/>level is achieved. The full-converter based wind turbines respond to the change in network AC voltage by reducing their active<br/>power export. The reported results show a very satisfactory system response during different fault types including balanced<br/>and unbalanced faults in the host power system and severe fault at the collector network. Power hardware in the loop based<br/>scaled-down test setup is also presented in the paper. A detailed wind turbine model developed in a real time digital simulation is<br/>connected via a power amplifier to an external voltage sourced converter (VSC) representing the VSC-HVDC. A proper control<br/>co-ordination and interaction between the wind turbine VSC and HVDC VSC is also reported in the paper.

AB - Many future off-shore wind power plants (WPPs) are commissioned or planned at long distance off-shore locations.<br/>HVDC transmission system provides a viable transmission solution for these off-shore WPPs. This paper focuses on the<br/>control and operation of HVDC connected off-shoreWPPs during faults in order to fulfill different grid code requirements. A feed<br/>forward signal based HVDC voltage control algorithm has been presented in order to improve the low voltage fault ride through<br/>(LV-FRT) capability of such a system. Based on the presented control methods, active control of collector network AC voltage<br/>level is achieved. The full-converter based wind turbines respond to the change in network AC voltage by reducing their active<br/>power export. The reported results show a very satisfactory system response during different fault types including balanced<br/>and unbalanced faults in the host power system and severe fault at the collector network. Power hardware in the loop based<br/>scaled-down test setup is also presented in the paper. A detailed wind turbine model developed in a real time digital simulation is<br/>connected via a power amplifier to an external voltage sourced converter (VSC) representing the VSC-HVDC. A proper control<br/>co-ordination and interaction between the wind turbine VSC and HVDC VSC is also reported in the paper.

KW - HVDC

KW - Off-shore wind power plant

KW - Low voltage fault ride through

KW - Full-converter wind turbine system

KW - Power hardware in the loop test

JO - Wind Energy

JF - Wind Energy

SN - 1095-4244

ER -