NONLINEAR CONTROL OF THE DOUBLY-FED INDUCTION GENERATOR IN WIND POWER SYSTEMS

    This project is based on wind power system, such as the turbine, generator, power electronics converters and controllers, with the aim to control the generation of wind power in order to maximize the generated power with the lowest possible impact in the grid voltage and frequency during normal operation and under the occurrence of faults. The work considers a wind power system equipped with the doubly-fed induction generator and a vector-controlled converter connected between the rotor and the grid. The design is to control DFIG using PI and Artificial Neural Network and compare results between proportional-integral controllers and neural networks-based controllers.

DFIG machine features;

  • 3 phase, 50 Hz, 380 volts, 3 KW, 2P=4
  • R stator 1 phase winding 1.8 ohm
  • L stator 1 phase winding 0.07 Henry
  • R rotor 1 phase winding 0.7 ohm
  • L rotor 1 phase winding  0.0245 Henry

Grid features;

  • 3 phase, 380 volts, 50 Hz
Reference Paper: Nonlinear Control of the Doubly-Fed Induction Generator in Wind Power Systems
Author’s Name: Orlando Soares, Henrique Gonçalves, Antonio Martins and, Adriano Carvalho
Source: Elsevier
Year: 2010

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