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Wind Power Inertial Support for Inter-area Oscillations Suppression with Fuzzy Controller in Varying Load Conditions

Abstract : Wind power is emerging renewable energy technology in the recent power system scenario and can be developed as viable options for electricity generation in future. The wind power generation system does not provide inertia and isolates from the grid during disturbances but this possibility will be mitigated if wind power generators also contribute to system inertia. This paper analyses the participation of a doubly fed induction generator based wind turbine in inertial support for reducing frequency and tie-line power oscillations. The proposed control scheme with fuzzy logic uses frequency deviations to provide fast active power support, which arrests the fall in frequency and tie-line power during transient conditions. The simulation studies have been conducted in a two-area interconnected power system in restructured environment to demonstrate the contribution of the doubly fed induction generator in inter-area oscillation suppression.
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Leandro Brasil Furtado Leite, Houria Siguerdidjane, H. D Mathur, Y. K. Bhateshvar. Wind Power Inertial Support for Inter-area Oscillations Suppression with Fuzzy Controller in Varying Load Conditions. 2013 International Conference on Clean Electrical Power (ICCEP), Jun 2013, Alghero, Sardinia, Italy. pp.CD-Rom, ⟨10.1109/ICCEP.2013.6586941⟩. ⟨hal-00828203⟩

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