Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica

Facultad de Ingeniería
Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Plan de Estudio

Mar, 10/07/2014 - 15:53 -- cristian.rodriguez.e

Detailed Schedule

First Day

9:00 Introduction

  • Welcome and presentation of workshop topics

9:30 Basic of Wind Energy and Photovoltaic

  • Producing Electricity using Prime-mover Energy conversion systems: Main Characteristics and types Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS).

10:00 Generator concepts used inside DIgSILENT PowerFactory

  • Synchronous Generator (ElmSym)
  • Asynchronous Generator (ElmAsm)

       - Fixed speed induction machine –Single Cage Rotor
       - Induction generator with variable rotor resistance -Wound Rotor
       - Doubly - fed induction generator (DFIG) –Wound Rotor

  • Wind Turbine using generator with fully rated converter

10:30 Overview of the generic models: Using Templates

  • Model description
  • Template library description
  • Template structure
  • Model’s parameters
  • Customization of the model
  • Running simulations
  • Templates:

    - Wind turbine generator (WTG) with fully rated converter
    - Doubly Feed Induction Generator (DFIG)-WTG
    - Generic Photovoltaic (PV) model.
    - Battery Energy Storage System

11:00 Exercise 1: Setting up a Wind Park Model (Steady-State Simulations)

  • Assembling the wind farm model (study case)
  • Running a load flow analysis
  • Introduction to grid code compliance analysis wind park with regard to:
    - Reactive power management
    - Compensation
    - Voltage limits
  • Reactive power limits in generators
  • Reactive power Capacity Curve

12:30 Lunch Break

13:30 Exercise 2: Reactive Power Compensation

  • Requirements at point of common coupling (PCC)
  • Reactive Power Capability/Compensation Design: An introduction
  • PQ Capacities of a Wind Farm
  • Setting of Wind Farm PQ-curve in DIgSILENT

15:00 Short-Circuit Analysis

  • Introduction to Short-Circuit Analysis
  • Short-circuit analysis: Methods.
  • Short-circuit contribution from wind generators
  • How to model fault contributions
  • Current iteration method

15:00 Exercise 4: Short-Circuit Analysis

  • Data requirements, usage of the static generator for fault analysis.

17:00 End of first day

Second Day

9:00 Recapitulation of first Day
9:15 Introduction of Stability Function (RMS Simulation)

  • Defining Simulation Events
  • Defining Result Variables
  • Presenting Results

11:00 Introduction of the Model for a WTG with fully rated Converter

  • Model with fully rated converter
  • Description of the dynamic model

12:30 Lunch Break

13:30 Exercise 5: Wind Turbine Generator: Fully rated Converter

       - FRT ‐ studies of a single wind generator with fully rated converter
       - Scaling the model for representing a wind farm
       - Steady state and dynamic studies of the equivalent wind farm model

14:30 Introduction of the DFIG-WTG

  • Model of a doubly fed induction generator
  • Description of the dynamic model
  • Use of the built-in protection mechanism

15:30 Exercise 6: DFIG

  • Change the number of parallel machines
  • Change the rated power of the WTG
  • Try different controller settings
  • Run different simulations

15:30 Exercise 7: Generic Photovoltaic Model

  • Usage and configuration of the PV Model

16:45 Discussion

  • Questions and answers
  • Seminar evaluation