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Control of Brushless Doubly-Fed Reluctance Generators for Wind Energy Conversion Systems
This paper presents the conceptual analysis, comparative simulation, and experimental analysis of voltage and flux vector-oriented management of a promising low-price brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator (BDFRG) technology for variable-speed wind turbines with maximum power point tracking. The BDFRG has been receiving increasing attention as a result of of the employment of partially rated power electronics and therefore the high reliability of brushless style, whereas providing performance competitive to its fashionable slip-ring counterpart, the doubly-fed induction generator. The development and viability of the 2 parameter-freelance controllers have been validated on a custom-made BDFRG prototype using the utmost torque per inverter ampere strategy for the speed and loading conditions commonly encountered in wind power applications.
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