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Control method for the wind turbine driven by doubly fed induction generator under the unbalanced operating conditions
ZHENG, XIANGPENG

2013, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Cleveland State University, Fenn College of Engineering.
This thesis illustrates the principle and the behavior for doubly fed electric machines used in variable speed wind power systems under the balanced and unbalanced operating conditions. A generalized control method for complete stator pulsating power elimination and harmonic elimination in grid currents with adjustable power factor of a doubly fed induction generator under the unbalanced operating conditions is proposed. The theoretical analysis of this proposed control method is presented and then demonstrated by the simulation in Powersim®. The grid ride-through-fault ability by using the proposed method is also tested.
Ana Stankovic, PhD (Committee Chair)
Lili Dong, PhD (Committee Member)
Hanz Richter, PhD (Committee Member)

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ZHENG, XIANGPENG. "Control method for the wind turbine driven by doubly fed induction generator under the unbalanced operating conditions." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Cleveland State University, 2013. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 22 May 2015.

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ZHENG, XIANGPENG "Control method for the wind turbine driven by doubly fed induction generator under the unbalanced operating conditions." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Cleveland State University, 2013. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/

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