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Title: Direct Voltage Control of Dual-Stator Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator for Stand-Alone Wind Energy Conversion Systems
Authors: Xinchi Wei;Ming Cheng;Wei Wang;Peng Han;Rensong Luo
subject: stator flux oriented control|direct voltage control|dual-stator brushless doubly-fed induction generator
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a dual-stator brushless doubly fed induction generator-based stand-alone wind energy conversion system (DSBDFIG-SA-WECS). With the advantages of compact structure, high reliability, and low cost, the DSBDFIG-SA-WECS shows great potential in wind energy applications. Based on the traditional stator-flux-oriented control (SFOC), an improved direct voltage control (DVC) is proposed for stand-alone operation. Performance analysis is carried out to evaluate SFOC and DVC in the aspects of control objects, orientation, feedback, and parameters involved. The DVC method is simple, robust, and cost-effective with the outer stator current sensors eliminated, and there are no extra parameters involved that the control performance can be enhanced. Fair comparisons are made in simulation to demonstrate better performance of the proposed DVC, and the effectiveness of DVC is further validated by experiment under variable speed condition.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/168723
ISSN: 0018-9464
1941-0069
volume: 52
issue: 7
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Title: Direct Voltage Control of Dual-Stator Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator for Stand-Alone Wind Energy Conversion Systems
Authors: Xinchi Wei;Ming Cheng;Wei Wang;Peng Han;Rensong Luo
subject: stator flux oriented control|direct voltage control|dual-stator brushless doubly-fed induction generator
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a dual-stator brushless doubly fed induction generator-based stand-alone wind energy conversion system (DSBDFIG-SA-WECS). With the advantages of compact structure, high reliability, and low cost, the DSBDFIG-SA-WECS shows great potential in wind energy applications. Based on the traditional stator-flux-oriented control (SFOC), an improved direct voltage control (DVC) is proposed for stand-alone operation. Performance analysis is carried out to evaluate SFOC and DVC in the aspects of control objects, orientation, feedback, and parameters involved. The DVC method is simple, robust, and cost-effective with the outer stator current sensors eliminated, and there are no extra parameters involved that the control performance can be enhanced. Fair comparisons are made in simulation to demonstrate better performance of the proposed DVC, and the effectiveness of DVC is further validated by experiment under variable speed condition.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/168723
ISSN: 0018-9464
1941-0069
volume: 52
issue: 7
More Information: 1
4
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Direct Voltage Control of Dual-Stator Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator for Stand-Alone Wind Energy Conversion Systems
Authors: Xinchi Wei;Ming Cheng;Wei Wang;Peng Han;Rensong Luo
subject: stator flux oriented control|direct voltage control|dual-stator brushless doubly-fed induction generator
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a dual-stator brushless doubly fed induction generator-based stand-alone wind energy conversion system (DSBDFIG-SA-WECS). With the advantages of compact structure, high reliability, and low cost, the DSBDFIG-SA-WECS shows great potential in wind energy applications. Based on the traditional stator-flux-oriented control (SFOC), an improved direct voltage control (DVC) is proposed for stand-alone operation. Performance analysis is carried out to evaluate SFOC and DVC in the aspects of control objects, orientation, feedback, and parameters involved. The DVC method is simple, robust, and cost-effective with the outer stator current sensors eliminated, and there are no extra parameters involved that the control performance can be enhanced. Fair comparisons are made in simulation to demonstrate better performance of the proposed DVC, and the effectiveness of DVC is further validated by experiment under variable speed condition.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/168723
ISSN: 0018-9464
1941-0069
volume: 52
issue: 7
More Information: 1
4
Appears in Collections:2016

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