Dynamic phasor modeling of the doubly-fed induction generator under unbalanced conditions
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This paper proposes the use of the dynamic phasor approach for studying the behavior of doubly-fed induction generators during faults and unbalanced conditions. The dynamic phasor approach provides more accurate models than the quasi- stationary ones and, at the same time, is computationally more efficient than detailed EMTP models. Two contingencies are taken as examples to study the wind turbine behavior: balanced and unbalanced voltage sags. Results are compared with standard electromechanical and electromagnetical models. Show more
Book title2007 IEEE Lausanne Powertech Proceedings
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SubjectDynamic phasor approach; Wind turbine; Doubly-fed induction generator; Unbalanced condition; Voltage sag
Organisational unit03559 - Andersson, Göran (emeritus)
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