Comparative Analysis of Virtual Inertia Techniques In Wind Energy
Due to increased demand of clean and green energy, the demand of the renewable energy is increasing day by day. So, the scientists and researchers are trying to design more efficient systems with minimal losses. Looking forward to increasing the efficiency and minimize losses, scientists and researchers are trying to design controllers for the systems. If the system experience disturbances in the system frequency there will be extra power loss in the system as well as it can damage the appliances used. Frequency response of the system is consequently important to be controlled for which a synthetic inertia controller is designed. In this research synthetic inertia control as well as pitch control for wind turbines are designed. The results are validated using the stability analysis of the system with different controllers.
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