Control Strategy to Mitigate the Impact of Reduced Inertia Due to Doubly Fed Induction Generators on Large Power Systems

@article{Gautam2011ControlST,
  title={Control Strategy to Mitigate the Impact of Reduced Inertia Due to Doubly Fed Induction Generators on Large Power Systems},
  author={Durga P. Gautam and Lalit Goel and Raja Ayyanar and Vijay Vittal and Terry Harbour},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={214-224}
}
The present work is based on developing a control strategy to mitigate the impact of reduced inertia due to significant DFIG penetration in a large power system. The paper aims to design a supplementary control for the DFIG power converters such that the effective inertia contributed by these wind generators to the system is increased. The paper also proposes the idea of adjusting pitch compensation and maximum active power order to the converter in order to improve inertial response during the… Expand
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