Enhancement of demagnetization control for low-voltage ride-through capability in DFIG-based wind farm
Low voltage ride through (LVRT) is one of the most popular methods to protect doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) against balanced and unbalanced voltage dips. In this study, a novel LVRT capability strategy is enhanced using forcing demagnetization controller (FDC) in DFIG-based wind farm. Moreover, not only stator circuit but also rotor circuit were developed by electromotor force (EMF) for LVRT in DFIG-based wind farm. The transient stability performances of the DFIG with and without the FDC and EMF were compared for three- and two-phase faults. In addition to variations such as 34.5 kV bus voltage and terminal voltage of DFIG, speed of DFIG, electrical torque of DFIG and d-q axis rotor-stator current variations of DFIG were also evaluated. It was seen that the system became stable within a short time using the FDC and EMF.
KeywordsDFIG FDC EMF Transient stability
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