Dynamic stability of a distribution system with wind turbine generators connected
The essence of dynamic stability is considered to examine whether the wind turbine generators will have negative effect on the test distribution system by introducing a disturbance (fault) on the system. It is expected that the wind turbine should not disconnect from the grid but take part in the voltage recovery of the grid during fault. The entire test distribution grid was modeled in...
Published at International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology
Published in 2018
Agbetuyi, A.F., Awosope, C.O.A., Samuel, I.A., Ademola, A., Awelewa, A.A.
Samuel Isaac » R. Engr. Isaac A. Samuel obtained his Ph.D degree from Covenant University, March 2017. He is a researcher and faculty at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, College of Engineering, Ota, Ogun State. He obtained his PGD and M Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering and obtained a PGD in Management from Bayero University, Kano. He is a Registered Engineer with COREN. He has a... view full profile
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