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000000422 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2012-335
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000000422 088__ $$aDigital Object Identifier: 10.1109/EEEIC.2012.6221522
000000422 100__ $$aBernadić, A$$uElectricity Transmission Company BiH, OP Mostar
000000422 245__ $$aImpact of Characteristics of Block-Transformers on Inrush Currents and Voltage Distortions at the Connection Point of Wind Parks
000000422 260__ $$c2012-05-22
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000000422 500__ $$aEnvironment and Electrical Engineering (EEEIC), 2012 11th International Conference on Date of Conference: 18-25 May 2012 Page(s): 59 - 63 
000000422 520__ $$aIn the procedure of connecting large wind parks (WP) to the external power grid, TSO's or DSO's request is that WPs in operation do not excessively affect the power quality in the connection point. In the process of determining WP operating procedures it is necessary to include switching operations in the WP main feeder. The transformers connected near the wind generator units are then energized and a transformer inrush current appears, followed usually by voltage distortions. Those currents may cause nuisance tripping of protection devices and power quality problems in the WP connection point. For illustration, the connection to a real power grid of a large WP with twelve generators and block transformers is simulated. Considered network short circuit power is comparable to typical parameters of the transmission or distribution medium-voltage networks. Simulated inrush currents depend on the characteristics of connected devices in the network. Results of our study can be useful for correct protection relay device setting and determining optimal WP exploitation procedures.
000000422 6531_ $$aWind park (WP)
000000422 6531_ $$ainrush currents
000000422 6531_ $$aUMEC model
000000422 6531_ $$aPSCAD simulation
000000422 6531_ $$avoltage distortion
000000422 700__ $$aBrnadić, I$$uVioleta Grude Development Dept. Grude, Bosnia and Herzegovina
000000422 700__ $$aLeonowicz, Z$$uWroclaw University of Technology, Poland
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000000422 980__ $$aARTICLE