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Modelling of wind power plant transmission system for harmonic propagation and small-signal stability studies

Modelling of wind power plant transmission system for harmonic propagation and small-signal stability studies

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This study presents the impact of wind power plant components modelling on harmonics propagation and harmonic small-signal stability studies. Different types of cable and transformer modelling techniques are taken into consideration, e.g. state-of-the-art standard models and latest academic developments. The models are compared based on system-level studies in a real-life large offshore wind power plant. It is shown that the use of detailed cable and transformer models increases the overall damping estimation in the system, and therefore improves the resonance characteristics and small-signal stability margins of the investigated wind power plant.

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