I looking to run a simulation for a 10 KW, wind turbine. I have built the model from first principle but need some parameters for the simulation. Can anybody assist me with the following parameters that have worked or they have used:
shaft stiffness [Nm] =
shaft damping coefficient [Nms] =
moment of inertia of generator [kg m^2] =
moment of inertia of wind turbine rotor [kg m^2] =
cut-in wind velocity =
rated wind velocity =
cut-out wind velocity =
pitch angle lower limits =
pitch angle upper limits =
optimal tip speed ratio =
Rs⟶stator resistance [Ω] =
Ld⟶d-axis inductance [H] =
Lq⟶q-axis inductance[H] =
Ψm⟶permanent magnet flux linkage [W_b] =
p⟶number of pole pairs =
It is direct drive and PMSG so no need for gear ratio. And any other parameter that might have been used.
If you can share, I will appreciate it.
Different 10-kW turbines will likely have different parameters. But I would suggest starting with what is in the public domain through the Small Wind Research Turbine (SWRT). The final report of the SWRT project is publicly available (https://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy06osti/38550.pdf), as well as the associated OpenFAST model (r-test/glue-codes/openfast/SWRT_YFree_VS_WTurb at main · OpenFAST/r-test · GitHub).
Please note that because the SWRT has a tail fin, the OpenFAST model (which does not yet support a tail fin) does not run well. NREL is in the process of adding tail-fin dynamics into OpenFAST (based on previous functionality from FAST v7 and a new tail-fin aerodynamics model under development), after which the SWRT OpenFAST model should run better. Regardless, hopefully the publicly available properties of this turbine are useful for your needs.
Thanks @Jason.Jonkman . This was helpful