Study on harmonic resonances and damping in wind power plant
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Harmonic resonance is among imperative aspect need to be analyzed in a wind power plant (WPP). It becomes complex since it involves a large network with high operating power. This paper presents a study on harmonic resonances in a WPP, particularly on parallel resonance. Important factors including length of cable, number of operating wind turbine and usage of output grid-side filter are analyzed. The damping of resonance by using common passive filter and an alternative hybrid filter is also explored. An aggregated WPP model of 400 MW with 40 wind turbines of 10 MW each are used as a study case
CitationMd. Hasan, K. [et al.]. Study on harmonic resonances and damping in wind power plant. A: International Conference on Intelligent & Advanced Systems. "ICIAS 2012: 2012 4th International Conference on Intelligent and Advanced Systems: a conference of World Engineering, Science & Technology Congress (ESTCON), 12-14 June 2012, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre: conference proceedings". Kuala Lumpur: 2012, p. 418-423.
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