Analysis of a commercial wind farm in Taiwan part II: Different current-limit reactors and load tap changers on system performance

Wang Li, Tai Her Yeh, Wei Jen Lee, Zhe Chen

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Abstract

This paper presents the effects of installing variable current-limit reactors (CLRs) and adjusting load tap changers (LTCs) on performance of a commercial wind farm in Taiwan using computer simulations. The companion paper in Part I demonstrates the field measured results, simulation model, and simulation results of the studied Jang-Bin wind farm with twentythree 2-MW DFIG-type wind turbine generators connected to the utility system through a 23/161-kV 60-MVA step-up main transformer from six feeders. Six CLRs, that were originally designed to limit short-circuit currents under faulted conditions, are connected in series with the six feeders. The LTCs of the main transformer are used to adjust/regulate the secondary-side voltage at the 23-kV bus. Some simulated steady-state and transient results of the studied wind farm with variable values of the proposed CLRs and LTCs are analyzed and compared.

Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009 Dec 1
Event2009 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Technical Conference, I and CPS 2009 - Calgary, AB, United States
Duration: 2009 May 32009 May 7

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Other2009 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Technical Conference, I and CPS 2009
CountryUnited States
CityCalgary, AB
Period09-05-0309-05-07

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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    Li, W., Yeh, T. H., Lee, W. J., & Chen, Z. (2009). Analysis of a commercial wind farm in Taiwan part II: Different current-limit reactors and load tap changers on system performance. Paper presented at 2009 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Technical Conference, I and CPS 2009, Calgary, AB, United States. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICPS.2009.5463967