We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byRickey Kingsmore
Modified over 2 years ago
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 1 Large scale integration of Offshore Wind Power Design Considerations Peter Sandeberg /ABB, EOW 2009, 15.09.2009
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 2 A global leader in power and automation technologies Leading market positions in main businesses 120,000 employees in about 100 countries $35 billion in revenue (2008) Formed in 1988 merger of Swiss and Swedish engineering companies Predecessors founded in 1883 and 1891 Publicly owned company with head office in Switzerland
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 3 Offshore wind power, Transmission technologies 10 50 100km MW 600 300 100 HVAC + FACT S HVDC Light HVAC
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 4 Grid Connection by HVAC Onshore Offshore Sub-Sea Cable transmission AC network Collection grid On-shore S/S Reactive Power Compensation Off-shore HV Substation
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 5 Design Criteria Robust Safe High Availability Environmental withstand Long Lifetime Electrical Compliant Connectable to any technology Cost efficient
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 6 Design IssuesHSE Grid Code Security of Supply Availability Harsh and unforgiving offshore environment Offshore Installation Access management COST I n t e r f a c e m a n a g e m e n t Fault Currents Harmonics Flicker Resonances Heat dissipation Fire Fighting Planning permits Physical size and weight Reactive Power support Fault Ride Through Condition Monitoring Intruders B i r d f o u l Emergency Power Emergency Evacuation Transport Boat Landing Navigational aids BIL Corrosion Protection Protection coordination Fault Management Replacement of spare parts O&M
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 7 Requirements Examples Design Losses Certification InstallationLife Time Platform DesignSystem / Electrical Design Employer Authorities Grid Code O&M Norms & Standard Accessibility Reliability Availability Communi cation HSE Norms & Standard
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 8 System Design Overall System Configuration Power rating Redundancy Cable route Seabed conditions Onshore connection No of HV Cables Busbar Design Cable Design Transformer Design Water Depth Fault levels
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 9 System Design Grid Code – Power Quality Harmonic Requirements Harmonic emission Background emission onshore grid WTG:s System resonance Harmonic Filter Design Type of filter, S-filter, C-filter, etc. Resistor for increased damping Resistor => Losses => Heating => Forced Ventilation
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 10 System Design Grid Code – Reactive Power Design Static Reactive Power req. Dynamic response req. Cable Design Transformer Design WTG Capabilities Shunt banks + WTG:s Small SVC + WTG:s Full rated SVC Statcom Hybrid solutions
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 11 Platform Design Considerations Overall Dimension Interface Transport and Installation Environmental provisions Diesel generator duty HSE Access management Systems Environmental withstand
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 12 Take away Electrical Design - Open design to allow for connection of different WTG technologies Reactive Power – Compensate locally for optimal design Platform Design – Learn from Oil & Gas, adapt relevant requirements Respect HSE
© ABB Group May 1, 2015 | Slide 13
© ABB Power Technologies :\PTP\GF-CC\Arbetsmaterial Jan-16 HVDC Light – ABB’s technology for invisible transmission Per Haugland Head of ABB Power.
© ABB Group August 7, 2015 | Slide 1 Variable Shunt Reactors Optimize Transmission Systems Dr. Claes Bengtsson, Global Product Manager, Reactors. PowerGen.
The Integration of Renewable Energy onto the Existing Grid Dr Norman MacLeod Technical Director, HVDC.
A second Thyristor Controlled Static Var Compensator for SPS
The Wider Offshore Industry - Introduction. Why Renewables? Mb/doe Gas Nuclear Oil Renewables Coal Incremental.
Ilinca Julian, Heikki Ojanen, Juha - Matti Lukkari.
OFFSHORE RENEWABLE PLANT HVDC POWER COLLECTOR AND DISTRIBUTOR
Innovative platform solutions with integrated design for offshore AC substations from 60 MW to 800 MW - experience from realized projects and future challenges.
© ABB-EWEC 2006 ATHENS /03/06 EWEC 2006 Athens The Challenges of Offshore Power System Construction Peter Jones Lars Stendius ABB.
Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011 Coordination between TSOs and DSOs – a necessity for system planning and operation Dr. Ralph Pfeiffer Amprion GmbH 1.
Arklow - GEWE 3.6 MW Offshore Project Lessons Learned
Power Electronics in Hybrid Energy Networks Johan Enslin David Elizondo KEMA Inc. T&D Consulting Raleigh, NC USA.
Review of progress and future work SQSS Sub Group 2 August 2006 DTI / OFGEM OFFSHORE TRANSMISSION EXPERTS GROUP.
High Voltage Power Electronics Technologies for Integrating Renewable Resources into the Grid RenewElec Workshop Carnegie Mellon University October 22,
© ABB SG_Presentation_rev9b.ppt | 1 © ABB SG_Presentation_rev9b.ppt | 1 Smart Grid – The evolution of the future grid Karl Elfstadius,
1 « Ensuring Innovation reaches Deployment » Dr. Guillermo Amann Chairman of the working group on Marketing & Communication Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June.
The common type of wind power generators are squirrel cage induction generator (SCIG),doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) For more secure and.
ABB LCC ECS - 1 © 2004 Industrial IT Power Management System Scope & Value Proposition Lead Competence Center Electrical Control Systems.
Estimados Expositores del II Seminario de Electricidad Consequences of increasing penetration of distributed generation on transmission and distribution.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.