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Modelling and Simulation of Wind Power Plants – framed with Selfexcited Induction Generator as well as D.F.I.G.

and a comparative performance study thereof in PSCAD/EMTDC Environment.

Sujit Datta, Tanushree Deb M.Tech 4th Semester Student Department of EE Tripura University Email: datta_sujit2003@ Yahoo.com Mobile: 09402155240

Champa Nandi Assistant Professor Department of EE Tripura University Email: champanandi@ Yahoo.com Mobile: 09436502334

A.K. Chakraborty Associate Professor Department of EE NIT, Agartala Email: akcalll@ Yahoo.co.in

ABSTRACT
This thesis investigates on the modelling and simulation of wind power plants in a grid connected system. A wind power plant which is comprised of five wind turbines are connected with self-excited as well as doubly fed induction generator separately and total system is framed with Multimass Torsional Shaft Interface. In both cases, 50% of system power are connected via through AC/DC/AC power converter to utility grid bus and rest of the power are connected directly to the grid. The device 6-pulse bridge converter performs as a rectifier which is connected to a HVDC link and a 6-bridge inverter is connected to another side of the HVDC link. This multi level inverter convert DC power into ac power at desired output and frequency irrespective of load demands with maintaining suitable voltage stability through an inverting transformer. The rectifier and L-limiting reactor are utilized to maintain constant DC link current. The average power is converted partially by the inverter which working as CSI mode, supply currents into the utility grid by regulating the DC link voltage. With only power converters composed of thyristors bridge in power conversion, the system can be scaled up to a very high voltage and high power applications. The total system voltage is maintained in excitation of generators with series-parallel capacitor banks separately. In both cases, the performance improvement of the system by the experiment choosing a 12 MVA,4poles,3-phase,50 hz induction generator. The overall control system is implemented choosing parameters in varied capacity like variable as well as pitch controlling through control of firing angle of power converter and inverter to track the optimum power curve of the wind turbine. Finally, a comparative study is made based on experimental result in order to validate performance of the proposed systems. This project is modelled and simulated with the help of PSCAD/EMTDC software.

KEYWORDS
Wind power plant, 6-Pulse converter/inverter, Self-excited I.G., D.F.I.G., Firing angle, PSCAD/EMTDC

rugged and simple construction. the SEIGs have more advantages such as cost. and the generated voltage tends to fall steeply with load. 9. which decays over a period due to weakening of the magnets. brush-less rotor etc. Further. These problems can make the use of double fed induction generators attractive for wind turbine applications. SELF-EXCITED INDUCTION GENERATOR An induction motor works as a generator when sufficient amount of capacitance is connected across the machine terminals to sustain the excitation requirement while the rotor speed is maintained by some mechanical means. a fluctuating power supply produced can lead to voltage variations in the grid and resulting of frequency flickering.1. [3.10] 2.Self-excited induction generator[4] . the two basic WTG(wind turbine generator) configurations that are investigated currently in use :(1)Self-excited induction generator. In this research works. It is well known that the power delivered by wind turbines directly coupled to grid is not constant as a result of wind variability. Permanent magnet generators may also be used for wind energy applications but they suffer from uncontrollable magnetic field.[ 1. reduced maintenance.2. One of the most significant problems to take up the arrangement for installation of wind turbines in modern wind power plants. Self-excited induction generators are good member for generating wind electric power especially in remote areas as they do not need external power supply to produce the magnetic field. it is very important to proper represent steady state and dynamic characteristics in large scale response of positive sequence simulations. 12. Another disturbance of most induction machines utilized in the wind turbines is that the required reactive power varies with wind speed and time. For reliability and cost effective reasons. 4. In this research. Wind energy is very promising and effective energy for present and future situations. a self-excited induction generator and a doubly fed induction generator are excited and simulated with same set of series-parallel capacitance banks and choosing other related parameters and finally a comparative performance study is made based on simulated experimental results in PSCAD/EMTDC software. The SEIG has a self-protection mechanism because the voltage collapses when there is a short circuit at its terminals. 13] Fig.(2)Doubly fed asynchronous generator. also known as Doubly fed induction generator. In absence of storage systems.1. INTRODUCTION Modern wind turbine generator utilizes power electronics devices and drives for real and reactive power controls in wind power plants to have much better steady state and dynamic performance compared to wind power plants of the past.8.

14] . A variable speed wind turbine utilises the available wind resource more efficiently than a fixed speed wind turbine. especially during light wind conditions. It is basically an induction generator with a multiphase wound rotor and a multiphase slip ring assembly with brushes for access to the rotor windings. Thirdly. This has important consequences for power system stability and allows the machine to support the grid during severe voltage disturbances. This means that the rotor voltages will be higher and currents respectively lower. The doubly-fed generator rotors are typically wound with from 2 to 3 times the number of turns of the stator. the cost of the converter is low when compared with other variable speed solutions because only fraction of the mechanical power.3. Secondly. [5] Advantages of using induction generator over synchronous generator are: Firstly. Fig. as the rotor circuit is controlled by a power electronics converter.[6. the control of the rotor voltages and currents enables the induction machine to remain synchronized with the grid while the wind turbine speed varies. The efficiency of the DFIG is very good for the same reason. is fed to the grid through the converter. By controlling the rotor currents by the converter it is possible to adjust the active and reactive power fed to the grid from the stator independently of the generators turning speed. DTC has turned out to have better stability than current vector control especially when high reactive currents are required from the Generator. the induction generator is able to both import and export reactive power. The control principle used is either the two-axis current vector control or direct torque control (DTC). Therefore rotor frequency can freely differ from the grid frequency. typically 25-30 %.2. the rest being fed to grid directly from the stator. Thus in the typical ± 30 % operational speed range around the synchronous speed the rated current of the converter is accordingly lower leading to a low cost of the converter. DOUBLY FED INDUCTION GENERATOR DFIG means Double Fed Induction Generator is widely used in wind power sector. Power balance of the doubly-fed induction generator The principle of the DFIG is that rotor windings are connected to the grid via slip rings and back to-back voltage source converter that controls both the rotor and the grid currents.

the system behaviour are analyzed in result section.[7. SIX PULSE BRIDGE CONVERTER/INVERTER The output of the rotor power is feed to the grid through back to six pulse converters via common DC link. at 10 pitch angle and at variable speed of wind 13-20 mtr/second .4. C) Simulation Diagram of project Model -3 When 50% of generated power of doubly fed induction generator is regulated by connecting via through AC/DC/AC to utility grid and rest of power is connected to utility grid directly as shown in Fig 5 at 10 pitch angle and at variable speed of wind 13-20 m/sec . limiting reactor is connected in the DC link. DC link reactor acts as stiff voltage/current source and it provides dc isolation between the two converters. . B) Simulation Diagram of project Model -2 When whole generated power is connected via through AC/DC/AC to utility grid directly is shown in Fig. Machine side converter act as a six pulse rectifier and grid side converter acts as six pulse inverter during the machine working in super synchronous mode. A specific configuration of this plant consist of 5(five) wind turbines is examined. the system behaviour are analyzed in result section. SIMULATION AND DESCRIPTION This thesis deals with performance of the Self-excited as well as Doubly Fed Induction Generator type variable speed WT to fabricate the wind power plants. corresponding to each WT of 2. Six pulse converter works in rectifying mode is used to convert the variable magnitude. variable frequency voltage at the induction generator rotor terminals to DC voltage. A) Simulation Diagram of project Model -1: When 50% of generated power is connected via through AC/DC/AC to grid and rest of power is connected directly to the grid is shown in Fig. the system behaviour are analyzed in result section. This paper is organized of three project models and simulation results for same set of operating parameters are finally provided and analyzed using the PSCAD/EMTDC code. 3.11] 5. For smooth output DC voltage. 4 at 10 pitch angle and at variable speed of wind 13-20 mtr/second .40 MW.

2 Fig.3. Wind power plant connected with self-excited induction generator when 50% generated power via through AC/DC/AC power converter to utility grid and rest of the power is connected directly to grid.Wind power plant connected with self-excited induction generator when whole generated power is transmitted to utility grid via regulating through AC/DC/AC power converter. PROJECT MODEL.4. .PROJECT MODEL-1 Fig.

The good response characteristics. .PROJECT MODEL-3 Fig. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The simulation results are presented for an indicative fast wind speed for 13 m/s to 20 m/s. The response in case of stochastic wind speed variations are shown various figures and concerned data tables using a1 to 2s wind speed time series. is evident. which includes intervals below and above the rated wind speed of the WT. The change demonstrates the action of the speed controller (maximum power tracking operation). The smoothing achieved in the electromagnetic torque and output power.5. Wind power plant connected with doubly fed induction generator when 50% generated power is regulated by AC/DC/AC power converter and rest of power is connected to the grid or load circuit directly. The active and reactive power balance during the whole operation interval is maintained successfully. with adequate damping and absence of any over speed or overpower is apparent. The DC voltage is also maintained at its rated value. compared to the input mechanical power of the turbine. 6.

Idc = HVDC Link current Vg = Grid voltage or Load voltage . C1=40 : Table-I.99 KV Fig.05KVAR 3 Edc 93.50 KV 4 Idc 3.6.51KW 2 Qout 5079. Tm=2. Qout = reactive power generation Edc = HVDC Link voltage. KN-m.39 grid at wind speed.various characteristics of wind power plant for firing angle is 0˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when 50% of generated power is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter and rest of power is connected directly to grid.(A)Project model-1 Result analysis of wind power plants with self-excited induction generator: when 50% of Generated power of self-excited induction generator is connected via through AC/DC/AC power converter and rest of the power directly connected to ( ) m/s.A. torque of wind turbine. results with firing angle 0 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7663. series-parallel compensation bank. C2=150 . Pout = real power generation.04 KA 5 Vg 10.

A: results with firing angle 60 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7658.99 KV Table-III.41 KVAR 3 Edc 93.A: results with firing angle 30 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7658.50 KV 4 Idc 3.A: results with firing angle 15 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl. Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7657.99 KV Table-IV.99 KV Fig.various characteristics of wind power plants firing angle 60˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when 50% generated power is regulated through AC/DC/AC power converter and rest of the power is directly connected to grid in case selfexcited induction generator.A: results with firing angle 45 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl.77 KW 2 Qout 5076.41 KVAR 3 Edc 93.50 KV 4 Idc 3.04 KA 5 Vg 10.04 KA 5 Vg 10.50 KV 4 Idc 3.04 KA 5 Vg 10.41 KVAR 3 Edc 93.50 KV 4 Idc 3. Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7660.77 KW 2 Qout 5026.77 KW 2 Qout 5076.17 KW 2 Qout 5077.23 KV Table-V.Table-II. .7.33 KVAR 3 Edc 93.04 KA 5 Vg 10.

77 KW 2 Qout 5076.02 KA 5 Vg 10. no controlling over the power generation by the AC/DC/AC power converter.Table-VI..50 KV 4 Idc 3.41 KVAR 3 Edc 93.93 KV .50 KV 4 Idc 3.B.. results with firing angle 0 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl No Variable Name Generation in Maximum 1 Pout 10005.04 KA 10.99 KV Table-VII. There is negligible changes of power dispatch in grid on varying the firing angle delay of power converter and inverter. C2=150 . Tm=2.02 KA 5 Vg 10. power dispatch etc and this model may not be appropriated for real purposes.A: results with firing angle 90 for converter & 180 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7658.51 KW 2 Qout 5079. (B) Project model-2 Result analysis of wind power plant with self-excited induction generator: when whole generated power is connected via through AC/DC/AC power converter to ( ) m/s. Moreover.A: results with firing angle 60 for converter & 165 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7665.04 KA 5 Vg 10.31 KA 5 Vg 10.99 KV Table-VIII.50 KV 4 Idc 3.. C1=40 : Table-I.52 KW 2 Qout 6105.06 KVAR 3 Edc 93. series-parallel capacitance bank.50 KV 3.41KVAR 93.41KVAR 3 Edc 93.77 KW 2 Qout 5076.99 KV It is observed from the above results that the direct connection of 50% of generated power by self-excited induction generator to grid bus or load circuit and rest of the power is regulated by power converter.99 KV Table-IX.51 KV 4 Idc 0.77 KW 5075. large amount of DC-link voltage and current is to handle for power regulation. torque of wind turbine. The voltage regulation is also not to be affective due to the same reasons.A: results with firing angle 90 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 Variable Name Pout Qout Edc Idc Vg Generation in Maximum 7658.39 KN-m. utility grid at wind speed.A: results with firing angle 0 for converter & 105 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 7663.76 KVAR 3 Edc 31.

various characteristics for firing angle is 0˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when whole generated power is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter interfaced with directly to the utility grid in case self-excited induction generator Table-II. results with firing angle 30 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 9885.87 KV Table-III.66 KW 2 Qout 5486.8.97 KV 4 Idc 0.32 KVAR 3 Edc 29.27 KA 5 Vg 10.32 KA 5 Vg 10.37 KV 4 Idc 0.00KVAR 3 Edc 11. results with firing angle 15 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11960.Fig.87 KV .B.B.46 KW 2 Qout 6378.

61KV 4 Idc 0.59KVAR 3 Edc 12.34 KVAR 3 Edc 24. results with firing angle 0 for converter & 105 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 8532.B.99 KV Fig.63 KW 2 Qout 7151.31 KA 5 Vg 11.B.36 VAR 3 Edc 23.B.various characteristics for firing angle is 60˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when whole generated power is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter interfaced with directly in case self-excited induction generator Table-VI. results with firing angle 60 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11.Table-IV.87 KV Table-VII.31KA 5 Vg 10.00 KVAR 3 Edc 11. results with firing angle 45 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11488.05 KV 4 Idc 0.9. results with firing angle 90 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11.05 KV .60 KV 4 Idc 0.990.32 KA 5 Vg 10.82KW 2 Qout 7704.77 KA 5 Vg 16.95 KW 2 Qout 8219.57 KW 2 Qout 5892.B.89 KV 4 Idc 1.87 KV Table-V.970.

results with firing angle 60 for converter & 165 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11995.70 KW 2 Qout 6736.20775 KN-m.99 KV 0. results with firing angle 90 for converter & 180 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 9228.87 KV Table-IX.75 KV 4 Idc 0.. results with firing angle 0 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl No Variable Name 1 2 3 4 5 Pout Qout Edc Idc Vg Generation in Maximum 11553. there is an effective variation of power generation occurs on varying of firing angle of power converter and inverter.94 KV . This project model may be utilized for regulation and controlling of power in modern power circuits.30 KA 5 Vg 10.90 KA 5 Vg 13.. The smooth power generation. operation and control may be adopted in power generation circuits.Project model-3 Result analysis for wind power plants with doubly fed induction generator: when 50% of generated power of doubly fed induction generator is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter to utility grid and whole of the power is connected to ( ) m/s.01 KW 2 Qout 6736. C2=150 . Tm=3.22 KW 9498.36 KV 4 Idc 0.07 KVAR 3 Edc 12.C. generated torque of the grid directly at wind speed. but in some cases the load or grid voltage become higher than predefined values which may be happened due to Ferranti. series-parallel capacitor bank.B. (C).37 KA 10. C1=40 : Table-I.07 KVAR 3 Edc 23.B. wind turbine. harmonics or other charging effects which offers voltage instability.09 KV When whole of generated power is regulated through via AC/DC/AC power converter.21KVAR 32.Table-VIII.

99 KV 4 Idc 0.91 KV .15 KW 2 Qout 9081.G.37 KA 5 Vg 10.C.75 KVAR 3 Edc 32.F.36KW 2 Qout 9402. results with firing angle 30 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 9123.94 KV 4 Idc 0.95 KV Table-III. results with firing angle 15 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 9764.84 KVAR 3 Edc 32.I.37 KA 5 Vg 10.C.10. various reading for firing angle 0˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when whole 50% generated power is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter interfaced with the utility grid and whole of power is directly connected to the grid in case D.Fig. Table-II.

57 KW 2 Qout 9074. results with firing angle 45 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl No Variable Name Generation in Maximum 1 2 3 4 5 Pout Qout Edc Idc Vg 9383.94 KV 4 Idc 0. .03 KVAR 32.36 KA 10.C.Table-IV.57 KW 8785.96 KV Table-V.F.37 KA 5 Vg 10.94 KV 0.I.G.99 KV Fig.85KVAR 3 Edc 32.C. results with firing angle 60 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11958.11.various characteristics for firing angle is 60˚ for converter and 90˚ for inverter when whole 50% generated power is regulated via through AC/DC/AC power converter interfaced with the utility grid and whole of the power is directly connected to the grid in case of D.

The generation of power. 3.32 KW 2 Qout 9196.C.85 KVAR 3 Edc 32.22 KW 2 Qout 9498.37 KA 5 Vg 10. It is revealed from the results that the requirement of concerned associate power electronics equipments is moderate in nature.G. Lower size of power electronic devices is required to handle comparatively higher DC-link voltage and current.36 KA 5 Vg 10. Severe voltage instability and flicking of frequency occurs in the grid or load circuit. 4.92 KV Table-IX. Largest HVDC link voltage and current is to handle lower reactive power generation with same set of capacitive excitation. results with firing angle 90 for converter & 180 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11153.32 KW 2 Qout 9196.C. results with firing angle 60 for converter & 165 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11950. 2. Project Model-2 1.96 KV Table-VII.C.27 KVAR 3 Edc 32..37 KA 5 Vg 10.94 KV 4 Idc 0. 2. 5.21 KVAR 3 Edc 32. 7.C.Table-VI. The overall control system is governed by the feedback in nature as 50% of generated power is fed back through the stator circuit to rotor circuit for regulation and controlling of grid power at desired level without hampering the voltage stability. results with firing angle 90 for converter & 90 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11153.96 KV It is observed from the results that when 50% of generated power by wind power plant connected with D. it may not be applicable in real cases.I. results with firing angle 0 for converter & 105 for inverter Sl Variable Generation in No Name Maximum 1 Pout 11553. .94 KV 4 Idc 0.94 KV Table-VII. Higher capability of power electronic circuit is required. So due to above reasons. regulation. A COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE STUDY Project Model-1 1.F.21 KVAR 3 Edc 32. Lower power production with same set of operating sets.36 KA 5 Vg 10. It is not possible to control over the real power and reactive dispatch by the power converter system as negligible changes with variation of firing angle. the power production is better than other two project models.49 KW 2 Qout 9074. controlling. handling operation of generated power is easier.99 KV 4 Idc 0.94 KV 4 Idc 0.

Overall system performance is better than other project models. PSCAD/EMTDC proved to be a valuable tool in predicting the behaviour of the WT.2 Dept. Tabriz.‘PSCAD/EMTDC BASED SIMULATION OF DOUBLE FED INDUCTION GENERATOR FOR WIND TURBINES’--1East Azarbayjan Electric Power Distribution Company. Project Model-3 1. 3Dept. Less sizes of capacitance bank is required as 50% of generated power is fed back to the rotor circuit for excitation of D. Appendix V Model validation of Wind Turbine Generator.[20] 3.G. A. of Electrical Engineering College of Technological Studies P. The necessary series-parallel capacitor banks have been included in the power circuits for maintaining voltage stability for reactive power balance. A1-Saffar1. University of California. 3. 2.O. 8. Prepared for CIEE By: National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Iran. BOX 39525 A1-Nuzha. Eui-Cheol Nho2 Thomas A. iran. and implemented using PSCAD/EMTDC software. three dynamic models of wind power plants has been presented for a pitch-controlled and variable speed wind Turbine. Moderate sizes of power electronic devices are required to handle comparatively lower voltage and current. of . Tabriz. Higher values of capacitor banks is required for production of reactive power.F. Kuwait 73056. 2 Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering.I. 4.[19] 2.3. Comparatively production of large amount of electrical power with same operating set. 608-739. NamKuj Pusan. Maintaining good voltage stability with fixed frequency grid voltages. The overall system performance is comparatively good. University of Tabriz. Three models have been framed with self-excited induction generator as well as D. Shahnia1 Farhad and Sharifian2 Mohammad B.B.F. of Electrical Engineering College of Engineering Pukyoung National University San 100. Tabriz.G. CONCLUSION In this thesis . 4.I. REFERENCES: 1. YongDang-Dong. 5.Final Project Report WECC Wind Generator Development. Mustafa. equipped with self-excited Induction generator as well as a wound-rotor doubly fed induction Generator and static AC/DC/AC power converters with power transformer cascade. with/without any stability problems. Lipo3 ’Controlled Shunt Capacitor Self-Excited Induction Generator’-1Dept. The simulations performed and analysis of concerned results indicates that the system presents various dynamic characteristics in those three project models. in selecting controller parameters and optimizing in general the control and operation of the machine and a case study has been analyzed and all those models analysis is helpful to select the project model in real situation.

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