Impact of increased penetration of DFIG based wind turbine generators on transient and small signal stability of power systems

  title={Impact of increased penetration of DFIG based wind turbine generators on transient and small signal stability of power systems},
  author={Durga P. Gautam and Vijay Vittal and Terry Harbour},
  journal={IEEE PES General Meeting},
The targeted and current development of wind energy in various countries around the world reveals that wind power is the fastest growing power generation technology. Among the several wind generation technologies, variable speed wind turbines utilizing doubly fed induction generators (DFIGs) are gaining momentum in the power industry. With the increase in penetration of these wind turbines, the power system dominated by synchronous machines will experience a change in dynamics and operational… Expand
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