AUGMENT THE EFFICIENCY AND FAULTS PURGING IN WIND TURBINE SYSTEM BY USING DFIG

Kanduru Lakshmi Neeharika, Siva Nageswara Rao M

Abstract


The problem of fault estimation victimization adjective fault identity observer approach for a DFIG based totally essentially turbine device. This adjective fault estimation algorithmic application is planned to reinforce the quickness and accuracy overall performance of fault estimation. In specific, companion degree electric powered fault situation, the DFTG winding short circuit fault, is taken under consideration due to its excessive incidence costs. Supported the fault estimation records, a fault compensator is meant supported fault records furnished via the fault identification subject matter to ensure the stability of the device, and it consists of with a traditional controller to deliver a web fault compensation of winding contact faults. Finally, the implementation of the planned technique and consequently the results received from its application to the DFTG based definitely within the important wind turbine device square diploma bestowed parenthetically the performance of the deliberate method.


Keywords


Wind Generator; DFIG; Short Circuit; Adaptive Observer; Fault Estimation; Fault Diagnosis; Fault Compensation;

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