Control system of doubly fed induction generators based wind turbines with production limits
Dept. of Electr. Eng., Cadiz Univ., AlgecirasDOI: 10.1109/IEMDC.2005.195984 Conference: Electric Machines and Drives, 2005 IEEE International Conference on
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Doubly fed induction generators based wind turbines are today one of the most widely used generation systems in wind farms due to the ability of variable speed operation and with decoupled control of active and reactive power. Nowadays these wind turbines are operating without generation limits, but the increasing wind power penetration in power systems must lead to that the wind farms have to operate with production limits imposed by the electrical system operators to maintain the stability of the electrical network. In this paper, a new control system of doubly fed induction generators based wind turbines is proposed for the control of active and reactive powers according to the imposed power limitations. This control system presents an active power controller, reactive power controller and pitch angle controller, in order to operate the wind turbine with optimum power efficiency or with limited active power and the demanded reactive power. This generation control provides a better grid integration of doubly fed induction generators
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- "Its stator is directly connected to electrical grid, and its rotor's winding is connected to the main grid by (ac-dc-ac) power converters. This wind turbine presents several advantages such as variable speed generation, the decoupled control of active and reactive power and the use of power converters with a rated power of about 25% of the total system power . Nowadays, wind farms with DFIG are operating with maximizing the power extracted from the wind by the maximum power point tracking system (MPPT) and Speed controller by the pitch angle control for power limitation. "
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