Techniques for a Wind Energy System Integration with an Islanded Microgrid
|dc.identifier.citation||Goyal, M. and Fan, Y. and Ghosh, A. and Shahnia, F. 2016. Techniques for a Wind Energy System Integration with an Islanded Microgrid. International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems. 17 (2): pp. 191-203.|
This paper presents two different techniques of a wind energy conversion system (WECS) integration with an islanded microgrid (MG). The islanded microgrid operates in a frequency droop control where its frequency can vary around 50 Hz. The permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) based variable speed WECS is considered, which converts wind energy to a low frequency ac power. Therefore it needs to be connected to the microgrid through a back to back (B2B) converter system. One way of interconnection is to synchronize the MG side converter with the MG bus at which it is connected. In this case, this converter runs at the MG frequency. The other approach is to bring back the MG frequency to 50 Hz using the isochronization concept. In this case, the MG side converter operates at 50 Hz. Both these techniques are developed in this paper. The proposed techniques are validated through extensive PSCAD/EMTDC simulation studies.
|dc.publisher||Walter de Gruyter GmbH|
|dc.title||Techniques for a Wind Energy System Integration with an Islanded Microgrid|
|dcterms.source.title||International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems|
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|curtin.department||Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering|