A Systematic Approach and Genetic Algorithm Method to Power System Stabilizer Design for Wind Turbine Equipped with DFIG

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This paper develops a power system stabilizer (PSS) design for a wind turbine equipped with doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) which is based on vector control to improve the performance and dynamic stability of DFIG under fault conditions. The proposed PSS design is combined with genetic algorithm to obtain the higher-fitness answer as a strong optimization technique to the design of PSS parameters. A study network containing a wind farm equipped with DFIG was employed and all simulations will be carried out using MATLAB. It is shown that the employment of a proposed PSS can substantially enhance the contribution of a DFIG-based wind farm to network damping and dynamic stability.

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Mohamed Othman

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1095-1099

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G. Sayyad et al., "A Systematic Approach and Genetic Algorithm Method to Power System Stabilizer Design for Wind Turbine Equipped with DFIG", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 1095-1099, 2012

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