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Small-Signal Stability Analysis of Wind Power System Based on DFIG

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This paper focuses on the small-signal stability of power system integrated with DFIG-based wind farm. The model of DFIG for small-signal stability analysis has built; the 3-generator 9-bus WECC test system is modified to investigate the impacts of large scale integration of wind power on power system small-signal stability. Different oscillatory modes are obtained with their eigenvalue, frequency and damping ratio, the results from eigenvalue analysis are presented to demonstrate the small-signal stability of power system is enhanced with the increasing output of the wind farm.

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B. Sun, Z. He, Y. Jia and K. Liao, "Small-Signal Stability Analysis of Wind Power System Based on DFIG," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 418-422. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B081.

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