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 Effects of FSIG and DFIG Wind Power Plants on Ninh Thuan Power Grid, Vietnam
Tác giả hoặc Nhóm tác giả: Minh Quan Duong, Thanh Viet Dinh, Van Tan Nguyen, Hong Viet Phuong Nguyen, Ngoc Thien Nam Tran, and Thi Tinh Minh Le
Nơi đăng: GMSARN International Journal; Số: 12;Từ->đến trang: 133 – 138;Năm: 2018
Lĩnh vực: Kỹ thuật; Loại: Bài báo khoa học; Thể loại: Quốc tế
TÓM TẮT
Nowadays, the rising demand for electricity coupled with the lack of traditional forms of energy has become a global imperative. As a result, renewable energy is becoming a new development trend and is considered the best solution for electrical generation as well as environmental protection. Wind power takes the leading role with the fastest growth in renewable energy, promising to be a fundamental part of some national grids. However, there are many troubles for interconnection wind power to the main grid, especially many faults related to load flow and stability. The previous studies haven’t concerned clearly the effects of different types of wind generators to actual grid integrated. In this paper, two types of wind generator including Fixed-Speed Induction Generators-FSIG and Doublyfed induction generator –DFIG connected to Vietnam grid at Ninh Thuan province are studied in steady state as well as in Fault-Ride-Through. Fault assumptions in 2 cases steady-state and transient-stability. The results show that the DFIG could be more stable operation and faster recovery than FSIG due to its speed controller.
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, the rising demand for electricity coupled with the lack of traditional forms of energy has become a global imperative. As a result, renewable energy is becoming a new development trend and is considered the best solution for electrical generation as well as environmental protection. Wind power takes the leading role with the fastest growth in renewable energy, promising to be a fundamental part of some national grids. However, there are many troubles for interconnection wind power to the main grid, especially many faults related to load flow and stability. The previous studies haven’t concerned clearly the effects of different types of wind generators to actual grid integrated. In this paper, two types of wind generator including Fixed-Speed Induction Generators-FSIG and Doublyfed induction generator –DFIG connected to Vietnam grid at Ninh Thuan province are studied in steady state as well as in Fault-Ride-Through. Fault assumptions in 2 cases steady-state and transient-stability. The results show that the DFIG could be more stable operation and faster recovery than FSIG due to its speed controller.
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