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Wind Energy Generation Modelling and Control

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ISBN-10: 0470714336

ISBN-13: 9780470714331

Edition: 2009

Authors: Olimpo Anaya-Lara, Nick Jenkins, Janaka Ekanayake, Phillip Cartwright, Michael Cartwright

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This book introduces power electronic technology for the control and modelling of fixed- and variable-speed wind turbines, induction and synchronous generators. The authors supply a steady-state, transient and dynamic stability analysis of mixed power systems, including power system stabilisers for DFIG-based and FSIG-based wind farms. The book includes a coherent discussion on the influence of structural dynamics on wind turbine modelling, control and operation in detail. The control philosophies and schemes that enable the reliable and cost-effective operation of these generation systems are examined, and wind farm integration is described.A unique feature of this book is a step-by-step implementation of a generic network that includes models of conventional synchronous generation and induction generator-based wind farms, with their controllers in the Matlab/Simulink environment. Examples and tutorials are included in an appendix which will guide students and other readers on how to use the models and control techniques presented. Provides in-depth knowledge of the modelling of fixed and variable speed wind turbine electrical systems with a thorough review and explanation of tools associated with the design of electrical and control systems for wind turbines. Includes a number of simulations and case studies which permit the explanation and understanding of the dynamic interaction between wind-based and conventional power generation. Discusses enabling technologies (such as HVDC, STATCOM) to facilitate wind energy integration. Presents options for the stability analysis of mixed power systems, including power system stabilisers for DFIG-based and FSIG-based wind farms. Comes with a Wiley companion website.
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Book details

List price: $53.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 7/24/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 6.75" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

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About the Authors
Preface
Acronyms and Symbols
Electricity Generation from Wind Energy
Wind Farms
Wind Energy-generating Systems
Wind Generators Compared with Conventional Power Plant
Grid Code Regulations for the Integration of Wind Generation
References
Power Electronics for Wind Turbines
Soft-starter for FSIG Wind Turbines
Voltage Source Converters (VSCs)
Application of VSCs for Variable-speed Systems
References
Modelling of Synchronous Generators
Synchronous Generator Construction
The Air-gap Magnetic Field of the Synchronous Generator
Coil Representation of the Synchronous Generator
Generator Equations in the dq Frame
Steady-state Operation
Synchronous Generator with Damper Windings
Non-reduced Order Model
Reduced-order Model
Control of Large Synchronous Generators
References
Fixed-speed Induction Generator (FSIG)-based Wind Turbines
Induction Machine Construction
Steady-state Characteristics
FSIG Configurations for Wind Generation
Induction Machine Modelling
Dynamic Performance of FSIG Wind Turbines
References
Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG)-based Wind Turbines
Typical DFIG Configuration
Steady-state Characteristics
Control for Optimum Wind Power Extraction
Control Strategies for a DFIG
Dynamic Performance Assessment
References
Fully Rated Converter-based (FRC) Wind Turbines
FRC Synchronous Generator-based (FRC-SG) Wind Turbine
FRC Induction Generator-based (FRC-IG) Wind Turbine
References
Influence of Rotor Dynamics on Wind Turbine Operation
Blade Bending Dynamics
Derivation of Three-mass Model
Effective Two-mass Model
Assessment of FSIG and DFIG Wind Turbine Performance
Acknowledgement
References
Influence of Wind Farms on Network Dynamic Performance
Dynamic Stability and its Assessment
Dynamic Characteristics of Synchronous Generation
A Synchronizing Power and Damping Power Model of a Synchronous Generator
Influence of Automatic Voltage Regulator on Damping
Influence on Damping of Generator Operating Conditions
Influence of Turbine Governor on Generator Operation
Transient Stability
Voltage Stability
Generic Test Network
Influence of Generation Type on Network Dynamic Stability
Dynamic Interaction of Wind Farms with the Network
Influence of Wind Generation on Network Transient Performance
References
Power Systems Stabilizers and Network Damping Capability of Wind Farms
A Power System Stabilizer for a Synchronous Generator
A Power System Stabilizer for a DFIG
A Power System Stabilizer for an FRC Wind Farm
References
The Integration of Wind Farms into the Power System
Reactive Power Compensation
HVAC Connections
HVDC Connections
Example of the Design of a Submarine Network
Acknowledgement
References
Wind Turbine Control for System Contingencies
Contribution of Wind Generation to Frequency Regulation
Fault Ride-through (FRT)
References
State-Space Concepts and Models
Introduction to Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Linearization of State Equations
Generic Network Model Parameters
Index