MODELING OF THE FREQUENCY CHANGE OF THE ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH WIND ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS OF THE VARIABLE ROTATION SPEED AND DOUBLY FED ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS

Authors

  • Mykhailo Segeda National University «Lvivska Polytechnika»
  • Olexandra Dudurich MAGAL PowerInc.

Keywords:

doubly fed asynchronous generator, renewable sources of energy, wind power plant, wind power installation of the variable rotation speed, electric energy system, electric grid, short-circuiting, power electronics, synchronous generator, frequency

Abstract

The impact of the wind electric installations of variable rotation speed with doubly fed asynchronous generators on frequency regulation in electric systems (EES) is considered. Model of the research is developed in the programming complex Power Factory DIg SILENT GmbH, the results of frequency change modeling on the change of various portion of loading are given. This generalized model is recommended to use for the determination of the frequency change in EES with wind electric installations of the variable rotation speed and doubly fed asynchronous generators.

Author Biographies

Mykhailo Segeda, National University «Lvivska Polytechnika»

Professor with the Department of Electric Power Engineering and Control Systems

Olexandra Dudurich, MAGAL PowerInc.

Technical specialist

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2017-10-01

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[1]
M. Segeda and O. Dudurich, “MODELING OF THE FREQUENCY CHANGE OF THE ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH WIND ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS OF THE VARIABLE ROTATION SPEED AND DOUBLY FED ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS”, Works of VNTU, no. 3, Oct. 2017.

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Energetics and Electrical Engineering

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