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Low-Power Energy Generation Systems for Two-Phase PM Machine With Reduced-Switch-Count Controlled Switches - 2017
This paper presents 2 power generation systems with a two-section permanent magnet (PM) synchronous machine associated to a rectifier with tiny range of controlled switches. The topologies have as main purpose changing wind energy into electrical energy for low power applications, providing a great potential to be used in urban areas. They will be used in applications connected to the grid or in the stand-alone mode or feeding a micro grid. Compared with 2 three-phase generation systems that use reduced range of controlled switches, the proposed topologies permit getting sinusoidal machine currents, with low harmonic distortion, using a smaller range of controlled switches. Simulation and experimental results additionally are presented.
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