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author = {Pipelzadeh, Y and Ray, Chaudhuri N and Chaudhuri, B and Green, TC},
doi = {10.1109/TPWRS.2016.2581984},
journal = {IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
pages = {1860--1872},
title = {Coordinated control of offshore wind farm and onshore HVDC converter for effective power oscillation damping},
url = {},
volume = {32},
year = {2016}

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AB - Damping contribution from wind farms (WFs) islikely to become a mandatory requirement as part of the gridcodes. For remote offshore WFs, connected through a voltagesource converter (VSC)-based direct current (DC) link, the mostconvenient option for the onshore transmission system operator(TSO) is to modulate the reactive power at the onshore VSCwithin their own jurisdiction. In this paper, we show thatsupplementary control through the onshore VSC alone, althoughattractive for TSOs, could result in unacceptable voltage variationsin the onshore power grid. On the other hand, modulation ofactive power output of the wind turbine generators (WTG) aloneturns out to be inadequate due to the limited overload capabilityof the WTGs and the on- and offshore VSCs. Coordinated controlover both onshore VSC and aggregated WF output overcomes theabove limitations and is shown to be effective for power oscillationdamping. A homotopy approach is used to design the coordinatedcontroller, which can be implemented locally (at offshore WF andonshore converter site) using a decentralized architecture. Casestudies on two test systems show that the proposed controlleryields similar system dynamic response as supplementary controlthrough the WF alone.
AU - Pipelzadeh,Y
AU - Ray,Chaudhuri N
AU - Chaudhuri,B
AU - Green,TC
DO - 10.1109/TPWRS.2016.2581984
EP - 1872
PY - 2016///
SN - 1558-0679
SP - 1860
TI - Coordinated control of offshore wind farm and onshore HVDC converter for effective power oscillation damping
T2 - IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
UR -
UR -
VL - 32
ER -