Mattias Persson

Doktorand at Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Electric Power Engineering

Mattias Persson received his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 2012 at Chalmers and started his PhD-studies at the Division for Electric Power Engineering in February 2012. His main research topic is frequency control by wind turbines in weak electric grids. He also teaches courses related to power systems and is the supervisor of bachelor and master theses.




Inertia Support Strategies using Wind Turbines for Low-Inertia Power System with High Penetration of Wind Power

Peiyuan Chen Electric Power Engineering
Ola Carlson Electric Power Engineering
Mattias Persson Electric Power Engineering
Massimo Bongiorno Electric Power Engineering
Torbjörn Thiringer Electric Power Engineering
Swedish Energy Agency

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Inertia Support During Variable Wind Conditions

Mattias Persson, Peiyuan Chen, Ola Carlson et al
IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference 2016 (EPEC2016)
Conference paper - peer reviewed

Measurements and modelling of three- and five-limb transformer behaviour during large voltage and frequency disturbances

Mattias Persson, Waqas Baig, Torbjörn Thiringer et al
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution. Vol. 10 (2), p. 334-340
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Comparison of Primary Frequency Support Methods for Wind Turbines

Bardia Motamed, Peiyuan Chen, Mattias Persson et al
IEEE POWERTECH 2013, p. Art. no. 6652357
Conference paper - peer reviewed

Frequency Support by Wind Farms in Islanded Power Systems with High Wind Power Penetration

Mattias Persson, Peiyuan Chen, Ola Carlson et al
IEEE POWERTECH 2013, p. Art. no. 6652361)
Conference paper - peer reviewed