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Performance of Voltage and Frequency Controller in Isolated Wind Power Generation for a Three-Phase Four-Wire System

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2 Author(s)
Shailendra Sharma ; Department of Electrical Engineering , Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India ; Bhim Singh

This paper deals with a new control algorithm for a voltage and frequency controller (VFC) of an isolated wind energy conversion system (IWECS) using an isolated asynchronous generator to feed three-phase four-wire consumer loads. The reference source currents are estimated for the indirect current control of a voltage source converter (VSC) using the single-phase PQ theory to control the voltage and frequency of IWECS. A three-leg VSC with a battery energy storage system is used as a VFC for an IWECS. A nonisolated star-polygon transformer is used to provide a neutral terminal for four-wire loads and to compensate the neutral current resulting in reduction in rating of VSC. The proposed VFC is implemented using a DSP. Experimental results are presented to demonstrate the additional capabilities of VFC as a load leveler, a load balancer, a harmonic eliminator, and a neutral current compensator.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 12 )