Generation of high resolution wind speeds and wind speed arrays inside a wind farm based on real site data

A. B. Attya, T. Hartkopf

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Abstract

This paper presents a detailed model to generate wind speed data for a certain site in a time step that can reach 1 second. This fine time step could be implemented to study the effect of wind energy penetration on the power system stability (Dynamic and static from the point of views of voltage and frequency). Moreover, a simplified algorithm is proposed to estimate the wind speed array for each wind turbine in a wind farm depending only on the initial wind stream incoming to the wind farm and considering the wake effect due to the rotor and tower shadowing. These wind speed arrays are synchronized as the time delays due to the spacing between wind turbines and the wind different velocities are considered. These wind speeds are the basic input for the wind farm electrical power and kinetic energy (especially in case of frequency drops) aggregation procedures. MATLAB was used to simulate the proposed techniques and plotting all the graphs presented in this paper.

Conference

ConferenceIEEE 11th conference on Electrical Power Quality and Utilization
CountryPortugal
CityLisbon
Period17/10/11 → …

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Farms
Wind turbines
System stability
Kinetic energy
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Towers
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Time delay
Agglomeration
Rotors
Electric potential

Keywords

  • wind energy
  • wind farm aggregation
  • wind speed prediction
  • wake effect
  • wind turbines
  • delay effects
  • kinetic energy aggregation

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Attya, A. B., & Hartkopf, T. (2011). Generation of high resolution wind speeds and wind speed arrays inside a wind farm based on real site data. 1-6. Paper presented at IEEE 11th conference on Electrical Power Quality and Utilization, Lisbon, Portugal. https://doi.org/10.1109/EPQU.2011.6128927
Attya, A. B. ; Hartkopf, T. / Generation of high resolution wind speeds and wind speed arrays inside a wind farm based on real site data. Paper presented at IEEE 11th conference on Electrical Power Quality and Utilization, Lisbon, Portugal.6 p.
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2011. 1-6 Paper presented at IEEE 11th conference on Electrical Power Quality and Utilization, Lisbon, Portugal.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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