Analysis on Effect of Parameters of Different Wind Generator on Power Grid Transient Stability

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To analyze the factors which affecting transient stability of power system, the dynamic model of doubly-fed induction generator and direct-drive PM synchronous generator has been built using PSCAD. Impact of different wind farm integration on grid typically in China has been presented. The influence of the variations of transient reactance, negative sequence reactance and rotary inertia on critical clearing time of power system transient stability is analyzed by time-domain simulation. Mixture operation of DFIG and PMSG to optimize the stability of system has been analyzed firstly. The digital simulation results show that doubly-fed induction wind turbines is a better choice to meet the requirement of system instability due to large wind farm integration in comparison with direct-drive PM synchronous wind turbines. With a rather large rotary inertia, the proper ratio of direct-drive PM synchronous wind turbines used in wind farm could be comprehensive planning by optimized the stability of system. Analysis of this paper should be provided as academic reference for improving design of wind farm system.


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Z. Wen, L. Ding and S. He, "Analysis on Effect of Parameters of Different Wind Generator on Power Grid Transient Stability," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 363-367. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B070.

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