14:30 - 16:00 Advanced design and control solutions for grid integration
Many new issues must be solved in order to integrate large amounts of wind power into energy supply systems. This session will consider how grid code compliance can affect wind power plant design and operation. Wind power plants must be able to tolerate short circuits on the grid, so testing of fault ride-through capabilities of turbines is required; and the design of circuit breakers for HVDC-connected wind farms is a particular issue. The session also considers harmonics caused by wind turbine inverters, and a method for modelling the effect of wind power plants containing multiple DFIG wind turbines is presented.
Delegates will be able to:
- Understand grid code requirements for wind power integration
- Recognise how wind pant can be designed and operated to comply with grid codes, and the effect on cost of energy
- Understand new solutions for circuit breakers in HVDC-connected wind farms to deal with grid faults, and testing facilities for wind turbine fault ride-through capabilities
- Appreciate methodologies for assessing harmonics caused by wind turbine inverters
- See how symbolic computation can be used to simulate the effect of wind farms comprising DFIG wind turbines
Lead Session Chair:
Ervin Bossanyi, DNV GL - Strategic Research & Innovation, United Kingdom
Miguel Canas Carreton (1) F Emilio Gomez Lazaro (1) Angel Molina (2) Sergio Martin Martinez (1) Weihao Hu (3)
(1) Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain (2) Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Cartagena, Spain (3) Institute of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark
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Dr. M. Cañas has been working on wind energy integration in power systems for the last 9 years. He is currently lecturer at the Electrical Department of the Engineering School of Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, (UCLM, Albacete, Spain) and researcher in the Renewable Energy Research Institute of UCLM. He studied electrical engineering at the UCLM and he obtained his PhD degree in Renewable Energy from Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (Spain). His research is focused on the modelling of power systems including renewable energy generation.