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Wind Generator Modeling

This modular block diagram represents the major components of the generic dynamic wind turbine generator models.  Model blocks and parameters are used to represent the different wind turbine types. Efforts are ongoing to develop increased functionality of the plant controller to represent actual operations.

This modular block diagram represents the major components of the generic dynamic wind turbine generator models. Model blocks and parameters are used to represent the different wind turbine types. Efforts are ongoing to develop increased functionality of the plant controller to represent actual operations.

Sandia finalized and submitted the updated “WECC Wind Power Plant Dynamic Model­ing Guide” and the “WECC PV Power Plant Dynamic Modeling Guide” to the Technical Studies Subcommittee at the Western Elec­tricity Coordinating Council (WECC).

These dynamic modeling guides present the second-generation generic models as speci­fied in the January 23, 2014 WECC report.

The WECC generic models were designed for large transmission planning studies that involve a large network and a large set of generators, loads, and other dynamic com­ponents. The objective is to assess dynamic performance of the system, particularly re­covery dynamics, following grid-side disturbances such as transmission-level faults.

The development of the second generation of generic models is the result of large industry collaboration.

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