A Monte Carlo simulation approach is used in this
paper to evaluate the impact of intermittent wind generation on
reliability evaluation of distribution system. Taking into account
the fluctuating nature of wind speed, the random failures of
generating units and recognized dependencies, wind speed model,
wind turbine generator output model and load model are
established. 2-partameter Weibull probability distribution is used
to simulate hourly wind speeds values and the output of the wind
farm. A specific Monte Carlo simulation procedure is described
and a test system from the Roy Billinton Test System (RBTS) is
used to illustrate the method.
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