This study presents wind turbine converter stability analysis of wind farms in frequency domain. The interaction between the wind turbine control system and the wind farm structure in wind farms is deeply investigated. Two wind farms (i.e. Horns Rev II and Karnice) are taken into consideration in this study. It is shown that wind farm components, such as long high-voltage alternating current cables and park transformers, can introduce significant low-frequency series resonances seen from the wind turbine terminals that can affect wind turbine control system operation and overall wind farm stability. The same wind turbine converter control strategy is evaluated in two different wind farms. It is emphasised that the grid-side converter controller should be characterised by sufficient harmonic/noise rejection and adjusted depending on wind farms to which it is connected. Various stability indices such as gain margin, vector gain margin and phase margin are used in order to emphasise the differences between the two wind farms.
Kocewiak, L. H., Hjerrild, J., & Bak, C. L. (2013). Wind Turbine Converter Control Interaction with Complex Wind Farm Systems. IET Renewable Power Generation, 7(4), 380-389. https://doi.org/10.1049/iet-rpg.2012.0209