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Design of a wind turbine pitch angle controller for power system stabilisation

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  • The Design Of A Pid Pitch Angle Controller For A Fixed Speed Active-Stall Wind Turbine
  • Using The Root Locus Method Is Described In This Paper
  • The Purpose Of This Controller Is To Enable An Active-Stall Wind Turbine To Perform Power System Sta
  • For The Purpose Of Controller Design
  • The Transfer Function Of The Wind Turbine Is Derived From The Wind Turbine'S Step Response
  • The Performance Of This Controller Is Tested By Simulation
  • Where The Wind Turbine Model With Its Pitch Angle Controller Is Connected To A Power System Model
  • The Power System Model Employed Here Is A Realistic Model Of The North European Power System
  • A Short Circuit Fault On A Busbar Close To The Wind Turbine Generator Is Simulated
  • And The Dynamic Responses Of The System With And Without The Power System Stabilisation Of The Wind
  • Simulations Show That In Most Operating Points The Pitch Controller Can Effectively Contribute To Po
  • (C) 2007 Elsevier Ltd
  • All Rights Reserved
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  • Design

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Design of a wind turbine pitch angle controller for power system stabilisation - DTU Orbit (19/06/14) Design of a wind turbine pitch angle controller for power system stabilisation - DTU Orbit (19/06/14) Design of a wind turbine pitch angle controller for power system stabilisation The design of a PID pitch angle controller for a fixed speed active-stall wind turbine, using the root locus method is described in this paper. The purpose of this controller is to enable an active-stall wind turbine to perform power system stabilisation. For the purpose of controller design, the transfer function of the wind turbine is derived from the wind turbine's step response. The performance of this controller is tested by simulation, where the wind turbine model with its pitch angle controller is connected to a power system model. The power system model employed here is a realistic model of the North European power system. A short circuit fault on a busbar close to the wind turbine generator is simulated, and the dynamic responses of the system with and without the power system stabilisation of the wind turbines are presented. Simulations show that in most operating points the pitch controller can effectively contribute to power system stabilisation. (c) 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. General information State: Published Organisations: Wind Energy Systems, Wind Energy Division, Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy Authors: Jauch, C. (Intern), Islam, S. (Ekstern), Sørensen, P. E. (Intern), Jensen, B. (Ekstern) Pages: 2334-2349 Publication date: 2007 Main Research Area: Technical/natural sciences Publication information Journal: Renewable Energy Volume: 32 Journal number: 14 ISSN (Print): 0960-1481 Ratings: FI (2012): 1 ISI indexed (2012): yes FI (2011): 1 ISI indexed (2011): yes FI (2010): 1 FI (2009): 1 FI (2008): 2 Original language: English DOIs: 10.1016/j.renene.2006.12.009 Source: orbit Source-ID: 216010 Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual

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