Bibhu Prasad Ganthia,Subrat Kumar Barik,Byamakesh Nayak3,



Type- III WT,DFIG,WECS,SVOC,wind turbine,Auto Regressive Moving Average,decoupled control,


In this paper the wind energy operations in addition to its all vital issues during transients are presented. A Type III or class C type wind turbine system with induction generator is implemented which is fed from both the side of rotor and grid. As the T-III-WT-DFIG wind turbine system is effective over normal speed variation among all sustainable power sources; with variable-pitch control for variable speed it is main criteria for the motive of the research. The major issue in wind energy system design is variable speed in the power generation sectors; so this research can play an important role to define the transient analysis and fault clearances. The system is integrated with 1.5MW grid system for the analysis. Using the MATLAB Simulink, the type-III WT DFIG with variable speed wind turbine integrated with the grid system is simulated and the control action is performed by conventional PI controller in the generator and turbine coupling. In this research paper three cases such as voltage dip or sag, 3 phase fault analysis and wind speed variation are executed and the stability of the power system are discussed.


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