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  • 1. IV th International Conference on Advances in Energy Research, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai LVRT for Wind Power System [Paper Code: 254] Shrikant Mali1 Ishwari S Tank2 Steffy James2 1Dept. of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay 2Dept. of E&TC Engineering, SITRC
  • 2. Scope of Presentation • Introduction • Wind Energy Conversion System • LVRT requirements • System Characteristics: SCR • Validation of LVRT • Conclusion
  • 3. Introduction • Behavior of WECS should be similar to that of conventional power plants. • Grid code(IWGC) has been revised. LVRT (Low Voltage Ride Through) : wind farm connected to 66kV and above should fulfill LVRT requirements.
  • 4. Wind Theory Power contained in Wind: P = ½ ρ A v3 Watts The power extracted from Wind: P = ½ ρ A v3Cp P= ½ ρ A v30.59 Watts Where, Cp= Power coefficient (Betz limit)
  • 5. Cp v/s TSR • Power coefficient (Cp) indicates the aerodynamic efficiency. • Ratio of extracted power to the power contained in wind. • Maximum power coefficient occurs at a specific TSR.
  • 6. Power v/s rotor speed for MPPT
  • 7. Wind Energy Conversion System
  • 8. SCIG • Wind turbine is connected to SCIG through a shaft and gearbox. • This topology represents a fixed-speed wind turbine system.
  • 9. PMSG • Variable speed operation. • Generator is connected to the grid through full converters. • This allows the control to maximize performance.
  • 10. DFIG • Variable speed Topology. • Stator is directly connected to grid. • Rotor connected to grid through converters.
  • 11. Effects of voltage sag on Different WTG Topologies: • Effects on SCIG: Generator gets demagnetized and speeds up. • Effects on DFIG: The generator gets demagnetized and speeds up and converters may fail due to current limitations of the converters. • Effects on PMSG: Generator speeds up and converters may fail due to current limitations of the converters.
  • 12. LVRT Requirements During sag condition, the WTG should: 1) Remain connected to the grid and stay operational. 2) Support the system during fault condition by injecting reactive power.
  • 13. LVRT Specifications • Wind farms connected to 66kV and above can be disconnected if the operating point falls below the line in figure. Where, • Vf =15% of Nominal System voltage • Vpf = Minimum voltages mentioned in IWGC.
  • 14. The fault clearing time for various system nominal voltage levels: Nominal system voltages(kV) Fault clearing time, T(ms) Vpf (kV) Vf (kV) 400 100 360 60.0 220 160 200 33.0 132 160 120 19.8 110 160 96.25 16.5 66 300 60 9.9
  • 15. System Characteristics • Grid, can be modeled as a voltage source in series with impedance ZGRID: SCC = Vbase2/|Zbase| SCR = SCC/Sbase • Short Circuit Ratio (SCR) = 20 (as per German grid code) or 6 (as per IWGC).
  • 16. Solutions for LVRT • Chopper resistor. • Energy Storage System: Battery bank, Super capacitor etc. • Excess energy can be stored in turbine- rotor inertia. • Non-MPPT operation.
  • 17. Validation for LVRT
  • 18. Control scheme: Normal condition • Generator side control: Controls speed of generator. Generator operated at maximum power point with the help of modified Hill Climb Search. • Grid side control: Maintains DC-link voltage constant. Controls flow of active and reactive power.
  • 19. Control scheme: Fault condition • DC-link chopper resistor: Maintains DC-link voltage constant. Active power dissipated in the form of heat through chopper resistor. • Grid side converter control: Reduces active and reactive power to zero. • Generator side control: Generator is not affected by grid fault. Continues to produce expected power.
  • 20. Graph 1: Wind Speed Graph 4: Electromagnetic and Mechanical Torque Graph 2: Generator Speed Graph 3: Generator Current Graph 5: Generated Power
  • 21. Graph 6: Grid Voltage Graph 7: Grid Current Graph 8: Grid Active Power Graph 9: Grid Reactive Power
  • 22. Graph 10: DC-Link Voltage Graph 11: Transformer Secondary Voltage
  • 23. Conclusion • LVRT requirement is a major leap in the integration of Wind Power System with the grid. • We can implement the LVRT requirement combining 2 or 3 technologies. • Control can be modified to implement reactive power compensation and support the grid during fault condition. • Not only the LVRT requirement but we should consider other grid connectivity issues as well.
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