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Nonlinear Control of a Variable Speed Wind Energy Conversion System Based PMSG

  • Marwa AyadiEmail author
  • Nabil Derbel
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Abstract

In this chapter, we present a control system for a variable speed wind turbine based direct-drive permanent magnet synchronous generator. In order to capture the optimal power from the wind and to ensure a maximum efficiency for this system, nonlinear control laws namely backstepping controller and sliding mode controller have been synthesized. Moreover, a blade pitch angle controller has been introduced above rated wind speed to keep the generated power at the designed limit. Finally, to avoid the power fluctuation, the transition between the two control regions has been investigated.

Keywords

Wind turbine PMSG Blade pitch control Robust control Stability 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National School of Engineering of Sfax (ENIS)University of SfaxSfaxTunisia

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