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Fifth International Workshop Proceedings on Grid Simulator Testing of Wind Turbine Powertrains

Find the agenda and presentations from the Fifth International Workshop on Grid Simulator Testing of Energy Systems and Wind Turbine Powertrains held Nov. 15–16, 2018.

Day 1: Nov. 15, 2018

Session 1

Update on FSU-CAPSMischa Steurer, FSU, USA

NREL Controllable Grid Interface (CGI): Overview of Progress and ProjectsVahan Gevorgian, NREL, USA

Laboratory Updates and ProjectsJesse Leonard, Clemson University, USA

On the Impact of Mechanical-HiL on Electrical Properties of Wind TurbinesUwe Jassmann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Experimental Experience with Full-Scale Wind Turbine CertificationJonas Bielemeier, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Session 2

Wind Assuring Confidence Through CompetenceTorben Jersch, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany

IREQ PHIL Simulator Project Update: Small-Scale Closed-Loop Testing Advancements and Full-Scale AmplifierOlivier Tremblay, IREQ, Canada

Modeling Power Converters with User Definable LossChristian Jegues, RTDS, Canada

Group Discussion: Model Validation for Power Hardware-in-the-Loop and Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop

Grid Simulator and Generator Models Validation — NREL, USA

Session 3

Multi-PCC Electric Distribution System Power Hardware-in-the-LoopBlake Lundstrom, NREL, USA

Overview of Distribution Network Simulator at EMS Shinjuku R&D CenterShinya Yoshizawa, Waseda University Hayashi Laboratory, Japan

Distribution System Real Time SimulationAhmad Momeni, Quanta Technology, USA

Grid Simulator TrendsKai Pietiläinen, ABB, Switzerland

Session 4

Analysis of Linear Interface Algorithms for Power Hardware-in-the-Loop SimulationJames Langston, FSU, USA

PHIL Developments to Improve Stability MarginsChristian Jegues, RTDS, Canada

Experiences in Testing Flywheel Energy Storage — F. Coffele, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Power Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of 500kW PV InverterHiroshi Kikusato, AIST, Japan

Day 2: Nov. 16, 2018

Session 5

Dual Power Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation of Energy Storage Systems for Shipboard ApplicationsMatthew Bosworth, FSU, USA

PHIL Experimentation of Non-Isolated AC/DC Converter with Comparison Amplifier — T. Szymanski, FSU, USA

Electrical and Mechanical Testing of High Speed Machines and DrivesJesse Leonard, Clemson University, USA

Overview of Controllable Grid Interface, Dynamometers and PHIL platform activities at NWTCPrzemyslaw Koralewicz, NREL, USA

CGI for Impedance Characterization of Inverter-Coupled GenerationShahil Shah, NREL, USA

Faster than Real-Time Co-Simulation with High Performance ComputingRob Hovsapian, Idaho National Laboratory, USA

IEEE P2004 Working Group Meeting

IEEE P2004 Agenda — Michael Steurer, FSU, USA

P1547.1 Subgroup on Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) TestingKarl Schoder and Jesse Leonard, Clemson University, USA

About the Workshop

With technical support from NREL, Florida State University hosted the workshop at the Center for Advanced Power Systems in Tallahassee, Florida. The goal of the workshop was to encourage discussion and collaboration on grid simulator testing among panelists, moderators, and workshop participants. At the workshop, the discussion included methods and practices used in grid compliance testing of utility-scale and distributed wind turbine generators, solar photovoltaic inverters, and energy storage. Attendees also shared experiences in development of advanced testing methods for inverter-coupled technologies, such as grid forming controls, microgrid operation, impedance characterization, and provision of essential reliability services by variable renewable generation and energy storage.

Contact

Vahan Gevorgian

CHIEF ENGINEER

Vahan.Gevorgian@nrel.gov | 303-384-6940