Modeling and Control of Grid Side Converter in Wind Power Generation System Based on Synchronous VFDPC with PLL

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Virtual flux oriented direct power control (VFDPC) is combined space vector modulation (SVM) with PI of DC-link voltage, active power and reactive power to control the grid side converter in wind power generation system in this paper. VFDPC has reached good performances with PLL (phase lock loop). First the mathematical models of grid side converter, LCL filter and phase lock loop are given. Then the control strategy of grid side converter-based wind power generation system is given in detail. Finally the simulation model is modeled consisting of power circuits, such as the grid side converter, LCL filter, transformer grid, and control parts, such as PI controllers of DC-link voltage, active power, reactive power, and SVM, and so on. The simulation results have verified that the control strategy is feasible to fit for control of gird currents, active power, reactive power and DC-link voltage in wind power generation system.

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Zhou Mark

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1917-1922

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.52-54.1917

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Y. G. Guo et al., "Modeling and Control of Grid Side Converter in Wind Power Generation System Based on Synchronous VFDPC with PLL", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 52-54, pp. 1917-1922, 2011

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March 2011

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