On Small-Signal Stability of Wind Power System with Full-Load Converter Interfaced Wind Turbines

Thyge Knüppel, Vladislav Akhmatov, Jørgen Nygård Nielsen, Kim H. Jensen, Andrew Dixon, Jacob Østergaard

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Abstract

Small-signal stability analysis of power system oscillations is a well established field within power system analysis, but not much attention has yet been paid to systems with a high penetration of wind turbines and with large wind power plants. In this paper an analysis is presented which assess the impact of full-load converter interfaced wind turbines on power system small-signal stability. The study is based on a 7 generator network with lightly damped inter-area modes. A detailed wind turbine model with all grid relevant control functions is used in the study. Furthermore is the wind power plant (WPP) equipped with a WPP voltage controller and comparisons are presented. The models of wind turbine and WPP voltage controller are kindly provided by Siemens Wind Power A/S for this work. The study is based on modal analysis which are complemented with simulations on the nonlinear system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of WINDPOWER 2010 Conference & Exhibition
Publication date2010
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventAWEA Windpower Conference & Exhibition 2010 - Dallas, United States
Duration: 23 May 201026 May 2010

Conference

ConferenceAWEA Windpower Conference & Exhibition 2010
CountryUnited States
CityDallas
Period23/05/201026/05/2010

Keywords

  • Wind power plant
  • Wind turbines
  • Modal analysis
  • Small-signal stability
  • Wind power plant controller
  • Power systems

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Knüppel, T., Akhmatov, V., Nielsen, J. N., Jensen, K. H., Dixon, A., & Østergaard, J. (2010). On Small-Signal Stability of Wind Power System with Full-Load Converter Interfaced Wind Turbines. In Proceedings of WINDPOWER 2010 Conference & Exhibition