Lab Catalog Supply Code: NRE-18-06-18-0002
Wind power plants Station (doubly-fed asynchronous (induction) generator DFIG)
The station should cover like or better than the following:
Synchronizing the generator manually with the smart grid
• Synchronizing the generator automatically with the smart grid.
Study the influence of rotor current and frequency.
Study the Influence of mechanical speed on generator voltage
• Study the relationship between a generator's frequency and speed.
Study the relationship between generator speed, rotor current frequency and stator frequency
Study the relationship between rotor current and stator voltage.
Manual power control
Learning how to operate the generator at varying wind speeds.
Determining the influence of load on speed.
Determining optimal operating points for the generator.
Automatic operational management
Learning about the effects of pitch angle adjustment.
Operating the generator under full load.
Operating the plant with a pitch controller.
wind turbine's dynamic response
Studying the design and operation of a doubly-fed asynchronous (induction) generator
Investigating generator operation at various wind intensities, as well as control of output V and f
Determining optimal operating points under various wind conditions
Understanding the design and operation of wind power plants
Learning about the physical principles whereby wind power is transformed into shaft power
Learning about various wind power plant concepts
Studying symmetric faults
Studying asymmetric faults
Studying influence of faults on the smart grid Each Station Comprising the following:
Wind power plants Station Operation Manual, Lab Instructor Guide and Student Workbook. Wind power plants Station for Educational Vocational, Didactic Technical Training Equipment Labs.