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【学术论文】Electric Power System Research:A power hardware-in-loop based testing bed for auxiliary active power control of wind power plants
作者:sgool    发布于:2016-12-09 11:19:20    文字:【】【】【

Yu Zhou, , Jin Lin, Yonghua Song, Yu Cai, Hao Liu

Received 8 October 2014, Revised 21 February 2015, Accepted 23 February 2015, Available online 10 March 2015

AbstractAuxiliary active power control (AAPC) of wind power plants (WPP) has been an emerging subject of modern power systems. However, there is currently lack of appropriate platform to test AAPC performances of an actual WPP. Under the background, this paper presents a testing bed for AAPC in both frequency regulation and damping control of WPP. The main novelty is that the platform is designed based on power hardware-in-loop (PHIL) technologies. PHIL technologies enable a physical WPP to integrate to a virtual real-time power system, which is simulated with StarSim software. The technologies combine the advantages of software and hardware simulations. Based on the testing bed, this paper compares the frequency regulation and damping control performances of an aggregated wind farm integrated to an isolated system. The PHIL simulation results demonstrate the strength of the platform, which extends the flexibility of system configurations of software simulation to an actual physical WPP experiment.

KeywordsWind power plant; Testing bed; Power hardware-in-loop; Auxiliary active power control; Frequency regulation; Damping control

ISSN0378-7796

DOI10.1016/j.epsr.2015.02.018

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