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  • Master thesis

    Background

    Technical requirements for wind parks have been developed to ensure reliable grid operation even with an increasing share of wind turbines. These requirements specify the dynamic behavior of wind parks after grid disturbances or faults. In the thesis, the extent to which permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) based wind parks can contribute to grid stability after a short circuit as well as after a power plant failure is to be examined. For this purpose, the impact on short-term voltage and frequency stability are examined in different scenarios.

    Supervisor: Xiong Xiao, M.Sc.

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