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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 2, March 2018
Frequency Stabilization Method for Grid Integration of Large-scale Centralized Wind Farms via VSC-HVDC Technology
Yanjian Peng, Yong Li, Fang Liu, Zhiwei Xu, and Yijia Cao
Area Renewable Energy
Abstract This work proposes a control method of frequency stabilization for grid integration of large-scale wind farms via the voltage source converter-based high-voltage direct current (VSC-HVDC) technology. First, the topology of grid integration of a large-scale wind farm via the VSC-HVDC link is provided, and simple control strategies for wind turbines, wind farm side VSC (WFVSC), and grid side VSC are presented. Second, a mathematical model between the phase angle of WFVSC and the frequency of the wind farm is established. The control principle of the large-scale wind power integrated system is analyzed in theory in accordance with the mathematical model. Third, frequency and AC voltage controllers of WFVSC are designed based on the mathematical model of the relationships between the phase angle of WFVSC and the frequency of the wind farm, and between the modulation index of WFVSC and the voltage of the wind farm. Corresponding controller structures are established by deriving a transfer function, and an optimization method for selecting the parameters of the frequency controller is presented. Finally, a case study is performed under different operating conditions by using the DIgSILENT/PowerFactory software. Results show that the proposed control method has good performance in the frequency stabilization of the large-scale wind power integrated system via the VSC-HVDC technology.
Keyword Frequency stabilization,Large-scale wind farm,Phase angle,Voltage source converter-based high voltage direct current (VSC-HVDC)
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