PROJECT TITLE :
The Dynamic Control of Reactive Power for the Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Machine With Indirect Stator-Quantities Control Scheme
Compared to the doubly fed induction machine (DFIM), the brushless doubly fed induction machine (BDFIM) has higher reliability by virtue of the absence of a brush gear. Recent research on structure optimization style and control strategy of BDFIM has created remarkable progress. BDFIM indirect stator-quantities management (ISC) is a new control strategy, that, as compared to vector management strategy, requires fewer parameters and does not would like rotating coordinate transformation. This paper any develops the dynamic control of reactive power for the BDFIM with ISC theme. Detailed theoretical analysis is completed to show the controller structure of the reactive power. The experimental results of the prototype show the feasibility of the proposed scheme. So, the proposed ISC controllers have been ready to control not only speed and torque, but conjointly the reactive power.
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