Power system modelling and scripting is a quite general and ambitious title. Of course, to embrace all existing aspects of power system modelling would lead to an encyclopedia and would be likely an impossible task. Thus, the book focuses on a subset of power system models based on the following assumptions: (i) devices are modelled as a set of nonlinear differential algebraic equations, (ii) all alternate-current devices are operating in three-phase balanced fundamental frequency, and (iii) the time frame of the dynamics of interest ranges from tenths to tens of seconds. These assumptions basically restrict the analysis to transient stability phenomena and generator controls. The modelling step is not self-sufficient. Mathematical models have to be translated into computer programming code in order to be analyzed, understood and aexperienceda. It is an object of the book to provide a general framework for a power system analysis software tool and hints for filling up this framework with versatile programming code. This book is for all students and researchers that are looking for a quick reference on power system models or need some guidelines for starting the challenging adventure of writing their own code.The control diagram is shown in Figure 20.6and described by the differential equation: IIcp = (Kp I(Im a Iref) a Icp)/Tp ... only for super-synchronous speeds, an anti-windup limiter locks the pitch angle to Icp = 0 for sub-synchronous speeds . Icp Im Kp 1 + ... Figure 20.7shows the dependence of the mechanical power pw produced by the wind turbine on the wind speed vw and the turbine rotor speed It.
|Title||:||Power System Modelling and Scripting|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-09-08|