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가파도 계통의 분산형 전원설비 개선 방안 연구

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Author(s)
김동완
Issued Date
2014
URI
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Abstract
This paper attempts to present the improvement scheme of distributed
generation facilities in the Gapado Island power system. Composing the power
facilities which consider the grid code for renewable energy and analyzing
effects on power system, the results would suggest the most suitable
composition of power facilities in the Gapado Island.
In the simulation, wind turbine systems and photovoltaic systems are
controlled by PQ control methods while battery electrical energy storage
system and diesel generator are controlled by CVCF control methods.
To estimate the effectiveness of suggested scheme, three ways of
simulation have been carried out by using PSCAD/EMTDC simulation
program.
1) SCIGs connected to the Gapado Island power grid under islanding mode
2) SCIGs and STATCOM connected to the Gapado Island power grid under
islanding mode
3) PMSGs connected to the Gapado Island power grid under islanding mode
Both installing reactive power compensation STATCOM to SCIGs and
installing PMSGs instead of SCIGs can offer method to improve power
quality.
These studies will be useful to design the composition scheme of
distributed generation facilities in the isolated power generation area.
Alternative Title
A Study on the Improvement Scheme of Distributed Generation Facilities in Gapado Island Power Grid
Department
대학원 풍력특성화협동과정
Advisor
김호민
Awarded Date
2014. 8
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ. 서 론 1
Ⅱ. 가파도 분산전원 계통 2
2.1 분산형 전원설비의 종류 2
2.2 가파도 분산형 전원설비 구성 4
2.3 분산형 전원의 계통연계기준 5
Ⅲ. 가파도 계통 모델링 및 제어 7
3.1 계통 모델링 7
3.2 분산전원 시스템 제어이론 19
3.3 모델 계통의 컴퓨터해석 23
3.4 결과 및 고찰 30
Ⅳ. 결 론 32
참 고 문 헌 34
감사의 글 36
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 대학원
Citation
김동완. (2014). 가파도 계통의 분산형 전원설비 개선 방안 연구
Type
Dissertation
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General Graduate School > Multidisciplinary Graduate School Program for Wind Energy
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