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A comprehensive review of LVRT capability and sliding mode control of grid-connected wind-turbine-driven doubly fed induction generator
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In this paper, a comprehensive review of several strategies applied to improve the Low Voltage Ride-Through(LVRT) capability is presented for grid-connected wind-turbine-driven Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG).Usually, themost proposed LVRT solutions in the literature based on: hardware solutions, which increase the systemcosts and software solutions, which increase the control system complexity. Therefore, the main objective of thisstudy is to take into account grid requirements over LVRT performance under grid fault conditions using softwaresolution based on Higher Order-Sliding Mode Control (HOSMC). Effectively, this control strategy is proposed toovercome the chattering problem and the injected stator current harmonics into the grid of the classical First Order Sliding Mode (FOSMC). Furthermore, the resultant HOSMC methodology is relatively simple; where, the online computational cost and time are considerably reduced. The LVRT capacity and effectiveness of the proposed control method, compared to the conventional FOSMC, are validated by time-domain simulation studies under Matlab on a 1:5MW wind-turbine-driven DFIG.
Tijdschrift: Automatika: Journal for Control, Measurement, Electronics, Computing and Communications
Pagina's: 922 - 935
Jaar van publicatie:2016
Trefwoorden:Elektronica en elektrotechniek