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|Title:||Frequency Sensitivity Analysis of Load Damping Coefficient in Wind Farm-Integrated Power System|
load damping co-efficient
sensitivity and stability analysis
variable speed wind turbine
|Abstract:||The presence of frequency sensitive loads such as motors has sustainable impact on power system frequency response (SFR). With increasing wind power penetration into the power system, guidelines for frequency regulation need to be revised to ensure system stability and reliability. Frequency regulation becomes more critical with the presence of frequency sensitive loads in wind integrated power system. This paper presents the impact of frequency sensitive loads on system frequency when wind farm is integrated with the conventional power system. A small-signal linearized model of variable speed wind turbine generator is derived. The typical SFR model is developed for wind farm integrated power (WFIP) system. Sensitivity and stability analysis is carried out for linearized model of WFIP system. The observations drawn from the analysis can be useful for the system operators for decision making of appropriate schemes for primary frequency control, demand response, and setting of relays, etc. for secure and stable power system operation. The proposed analysis is validated in IEEE 9-bus system using MATLAB simulation studies. � 1969-2012 IEEE.|
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