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Reduction of wind harvesting network power losses by the connection of shunt elements

I. Egido, L. Rouco, I. Campos, J.C. Pérez

Constant power factor is currently the most commonly control mode used for wind farms regarding voltage control. Although wind farms used to be connected to the distribution grid, dedicated harvesting networks with no demand are gaining importance is countries like Spain or Ireland. This paper focuses on the minimization of power losses in these harvesting networks when wind farms are operated at constant power factor. This objective is achieved through the connection of shunt elements (reactance or capacitor). An OPF is used to set the best location and size of the shunt elements. Several scenarios of wind generation are analyzed to cover all the possible operation points. The proposed scheme is tested in a real harvesting network.


Palabras clave: Wind generation, voltage control, OPF, losses, harvesting networks, generation scenarios, shunts.

International Colloquium on «Large Wind-Power Plants: Interaction, Control and Integration» - WINDFARMS 2017, Madrid (España). 31 Mayo - 02 Junio 2017

Fecha de publicación: mayo 2017.



Cita:
I. Egido, L. Rouco, I. Campos, J.C. Pérez, Reduction of wind harvesting network power losses by the connection of shunt elements, International Colloquium on «Large Wind-Power Plants: Interaction, Control and Integration» - WINDFARMS 2017. Madrid, España, 31 Mayo - 02 Junio 2017


    Líneas de investigación:
  • *Régimen permanente: flujos de cargas, análisis de restricciones de operación, flujos de cargas óptimo, servicio complementario de control de tensiones, cortocircuitos, protecciones en redes de transporte y distribución, modelos térmicos de cables

IIT-17-084A

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