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Title : Dynamic modelling of a wind turbine with doubly fed inductiongenerator
Authors : Slootweg, J.G. Polinder, H. Kling, W.L.

Summary :
As a result of increasing environmental concern, more and more electricity is generated from renewable sources. One way of generating electricity from renewable sources is to use wind turbines. A tendency to erect more and more wind turbines can be observed. As a result of this, in the near future wind turbines may start to influence the behaviour of electrical power systems. Therefore, adequate models to study the impact of wind turbines on electrical power system behaviour are needed. In this paper, a dynamic model of an important contemporary wind turbine concept is presented, namely a doubly fed (wound rotor) induction generator with a voltage source converter feeding the rotor. This wind turbine concept is equipped with rotor speed, pitch angle and terminal voltage controllers. After derivation of the model, the wind turbine response to two measured wind sequences is simulated.
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