Thermoelectric Modelling and Optimization of Offshore Windfarm Export Systems - State of the Art

Syed Hamza Hasan Kazmi, Joachim Holbøll, Thomas Herskind Olesen, Troels Stybe Sørensen

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Abstract

With recent developments and cost reduction, offshore windfarms are set to lead the energy markets of the west by 2030. This development can further be accelerated if the wind intensive periods can be utilized efficiently by optimizing the limited network capacity and if the energy output is increased during contingency outages. Therefore, dynamic rating operation of components that are primary system bottlenecks becomes crucial. This paper identifies potential bottlenecks in offshore windfarm export systems and provides an extensive state-of-the-art review of dynamic thermoelectric models which are applicable for real-time loadability assessment of the identified components. The loadability of these components is directly dependent on their thermal state, which is evaluated based on analytical solutions of the dynamic thermoelectric model, including the complicated heat transfer and temperature development phenomena in the identified components. Moreover, potential risks of using these models for offshore windfarm applications are also identified.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2019 Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference
PublisherIEEE
Publication date2019
Pages331-6
ISBN (Print)978-1-5386-8086-5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventIEEE GPECOM Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference
- Perissia Hotel & Convention Center, Cappadocia, Turkey
Duration: 12 Jun 201915 Jun 2019
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ConferenceIEEE GPECOM Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference
LocationPerissia Hotel & Convention Center
CountryTurkey
CityCappadocia
Period12/06/201915/06/2019
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Keywords

  • Dynamic thermal rating
  • Cable
  • Thermoelectric modelling
  • Offshore windfarm
  • Renewable integration,
  • Transformer

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Kazmi, S. H. H., Holbøll, J., Olesen, T. H., & Sørensen, T. S. (2019). Thermoelectric Modelling and Optimization of Offshore Windfarm Export Systems - State of the Art. In Proceedings of 2019 Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference (pp. 331-6). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/GPECOM.2019.8778513
Kazmi, Syed Hamza Hasan ; Holbøll, Joachim ; Olesen, Thomas Herskind ; Sørensen, Troels Stybe. / Thermoelectric Modelling and Optimization of Offshore Windfarm Export Systems - State of the Art. Proceedings of 2019 Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference. IEEE, 2019. pp. 331-6
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Thermoelectric Modelling and Optimization of Offshore Windfarm Export Systems - State of the Art. / Kazmi, Syed Hamza Hasan; Holbøll, Joachim; Olesen, Thomas Herskind ; Sørensen, Troels Stybe.

Proceedings of 2019 Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference. IEEE, 2019. p. 331-6.

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Kazmi SHH, Holbøll J, Olesen TH, Sørensen TS. Thermoelectric Modelling and Optimization of Offshore Windfarm Export Systems - State of the Art. In Proceedings of 2019 Global Power, Energy and Communication Conference. IEEE. 2019. p. 331-6 https://doi.org/10.1109/GPECOM.2019.8778513