Control Strategy of a Variable Speed Wind Energy Conversion System Based on a Doubly Fed Induction Generator


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Abstract


In this paper we illustrate a power control approach of a doubly fed induction generator, operating in a variable speed wind energy conversion system. The aim of the control consists in maximising the electric power extracted from the wind turbine and injected to the grid, thus, by adjusting the power coefficient. The use of a variable speed wind energy conversion system permits the implementation of such a kind of strategies. The stator power and the terminal voltage are to be maintained to references that will be given while the control of the global dynamic system, this by adjusting rotor voltages
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DFIG; Variable Speed; Wind Energy; Power Control; Terminal Voltage Control

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