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Impact of large scale wind power integration on small signal stability

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This paper deals with the problem of large wind power integration and its potential impact on systems small signal stability. Factors like grid configuration, load and wind power integration are considered. An automatic algorithm is used to search the space formed by such parameters and generate a representative set of possible operation conditions. The oscillation modes are then calculated for each operation point. Some of these points of operation are subjected to a deeper analysis and the movement of oscillation modes on the complex plane is evaluated. Finally, non-linear time domain simulations are presented

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Future Power Systems, 2005 International Conference on

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18-18 Nov. 2005