Antonio Vigueras-Rodríguez

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This paper reviews and describes a simplified model of a Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) based on the IEC 61400-27 devoted to ”Electrical simulation models for wind power generation”. This Standard is focused on defining generic simulation models for both wind turbines (Part 1) and wind farms (Part 2). A brief summary regarding the(More)
Maintaining the frequency within certain limits in a power system is a basic operational requirement as many loads may be very sensitive to frequency deviations. Increasing wind penetration in the power grid may lead to stability problems in isolated systems, or systems with weak interconnections with surrounding areas. Modern wind farms are based on(More)
In power systems with high wind energy penetration, the conjunction of wind power fluctuations and power system inertia reduction can lead to large frequency excursions, where the operating reserves of conventional power generation may be insufficient to restore the power balance. With the aim of evaluating the demand-side contribution to frequency control,(More)
This paper describes and assesses a decentralized solution based on a wireless sensor-actuator network to provide primary frequency control from demand response in power systems with high wind energy penetration and, subsequently, with relevant frequency excursions. The proposed system is able to modify the electrical power demand of a variety of(More)
Storm water overflows have an important impact on the environment in many European countries. Nowadays, a better knowledge of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) pollution is required for implementing measures to reduce these emissions. In this work, pollution flows mobilized during rainy events have been monitored and modeled in two urban catchments located in(More)
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