DFIG based WT harmonics Analysis subjected to Diverse Transmission Fault
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2022, Volume 4, Issue 01, Pages 16-23
AbstractThis paper is focused on harmonic analysis for an energy conversion sys- tem using wind power (WECS) based on a Double Fed Induction Generator (DFIG). A Frequency converter is coupled back to back is used to excite the rotor winding and stator winding excited by different electrical networks. This work also focuses on harmonic distortion based on the DFIG Model. This approaches also analyzed on the basis of different kind of Line and Ground faults of Transmission line. The research work is Conducted using Simulink software with the SimPower System. The MATLAB simulation shows a major work in the design, study, and assessment of different controller based power electronic converter. A Research Case study for a 5 Mega Watt renewable wind turbine mill is Described , which is Designed for the load flow calculation of harmonic
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