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Effect of Doubly Fed Induction Generator on Transient Stability Analysis under Fault Conditions

Abstract : Wind is one of the most widely used non-conventional sources of energy. The majority of wind farms use a variable speed Wind Turbines Generator (WTGs) equipped with Doubly-Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) due to their advantages over other WTGs. The analysis of Wind Energy (WE) dynamics with the DFIG – Wind Turbines (WTs) has become an interesting research issue during transient faults. This paper investigates the effects of the different faults on transient stability. The analysis is performed on a 6-bus test system during transient faults and loss of excitation in synchronous generators. The stator-flux oriented vector control approach used for both stator and Rotor Side Converter (RSC) is proposed to mitigate DFIGs impacts on the system stability. The dynamic performance of DFIG variable speed WT under faults conditions are simulated using Neplan® program, considering different disturbance natures.
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Salah Soued, Haitham Saad Mohamed Ramadan, Mohamed Becherif. Effect of Doubly Fed Induction Generator on Transient Stability Analysis under Fault Conditions. Energy Procedia, Elsevier, 2019, 162, pp.315 - 324. ⟨hal-02472627⟩



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