Multidimensional droop control for wind resources in dc microgrids
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Two important and upcoming technologies, wind resources and microgrids, are increasingly being combined.Various control strategies can be implemented, and droop control provides a simple option without requiring communication between microgrid components. However, traditional droop control does not allow the microgrid to maximise the power available from the wind. This study proposes a novel droop control strategy, which implements a droop surface in higher dimension than the traditional strategy. Simulation results show that power from the wind can be maximised, while maintaining the system's bus voltage around a nominal value using a distributed multidimensional droop approach. Selection of the optimal droop relationship is discussed and simulation results are presented.
IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution
Multidimensional droop control for wind resources in dc microgrids.
IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution,
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