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Stator Voltage Sensorless DFIG With LowVoltage Ride-Through Capability Using Seriesand Parallel Grid Side Converters - 2016

ABSTRACT:

Due to the drastic increase of the wind turbines installed capacity, the grid integration codes address many restrictions over their performance throughout both traditional and abnormal conditions. The main aim of such codes is to work the wind turbines like other typical power sources. In this paper a series grid aspect converter is added to the conventional DFIG wind turbine configuration to feature low voltage ride through capability. This target is achieved without the need to neither measure nor estimate the stator voltage or flux, hence simplifying the management scheme. The system model and also the management scheme for 1.5 MW DFIG wind turbine are created and simulated using MATLAB/SIMULINK surroundings. The simulation results are intensively proving the effectiveness of the proposed theme.


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