Project and conference papers presentation on MEDPOWER2018 in Dubrovnik (Cavtat)
The WINDLIPS project results were presented by the team members on the 11th Mediterranean conference on power generation, transmission, distribution and energy conversion (MEDPOWER2018) which was held between 12th and 15th of November 2018 in Dubrovnik (Cavtat), Croatia. Prof. Kuzle presented the basic concepts and project methodology. The most recent results were presented by Josip Đaković, Matej Krpan and Tomislav Baškarad.
Josip Đaković presented the conference paper in session (SES-04) Wind Power Generators: “Effectiveness of Wind Turbine Fast Frequency Response Control on Electrically Distanced Active Power Disturbance Mitigation” (full paper). Also, Tomislav Baškarad presented the paper in session (SES-01) Power System Dynamics: “Analysis of the Wind Generation Impact on Inertial and Primary Frequency Response of the Croatian Electric Power System” (full paper).
Josip Đaković presenting his work
Tomislav Baškarad presenting his work
Posters on 13th Symposium On Power System Management, Rovinj
Two conference posters were presented at the 13th Symposium on Power System Management which was held between 5th and 7th of November 2018 in Rovinj, Croatia. The titles of papers are: “Modelling Of Photovoltaic Power Plant” (full paper; poster) and “Status and Classification Of Methods For Predicting Electric Power Production From Wind Power Plants” (full paper; poster). The posters were presented by Josip Đaković.
Project presentation at the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia
The WINDLIPS project was presented to the Korean Delegation by prof. Igor Kuzle at the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia. The event was held on September 7th, 2018. The list of participants is available here. The presentation can be found here.
prof. Kuzle presenting
The project poster on “Energy Days” at Faculty of electrical engineering and computing
As a part of Zagreb Energy Week held between 7th to 12th May 2018, the project poster was presented in the Energy Days poster session at FER. The poster can be found here.
Project team visiting Smart Grid Lab
The project team has visited the Smart Grid Laboratory at the Faculty of electrical engineering and computing on May 3th, 2018. The lab is designed such that it appropriately describes the Croatian power system within which the project simulation results will be experimentally tested. During the visit, the operation of the renewed mini hydropower plant (20 kVA) was demonstrated.
The kick-off meeting was held at Department of Energy and Power System at Faculty of electrical engineering and computing on February 12th, 2018. Team members, work packages leaders, and two new employed PhD students, Josip Đaković M.Sc. and Tomislav Baškarad M.Sc. have been introduced. Prof. dr. sc. Igor Kuzle held the project presentation, which can be found here, and also two similar European projects (Enhanced Frequency Control Capability, National Grid UK; MIGRATE, Horizon 2020) were presented by Josip and Tomislav. The project methodology and objectives have been defined.