Modeling and Power Control of 5th model and 3rd order model for DFIG Applied of Wind Conversion System

Atallah Meddah, Abdelkader Mezouar, Kheira Belgacem, Youcef Saidi, Mohammed Amine Benmahdjoub

Abstract


In this study, a comparison between the fifth-order model and the third-order model of the Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) is presented. This paper aims to study and analyze transient stability for the fifth-order and third-order models.  The fifth-order model of the DFIG is based on five differentials equations. Neglecting the stator transients from the fifth-order model of the DFIG, we get the third-order.  On startup and control of the power system that the third-order model produces better results than the fifth-order model in the transient regime. The performance of the two models on the startup and control of the power system is proved with the simulations (MATLAB/Simulink® software).

Keywords


DFIG; Transient stability; Wind energy; Vector control

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47238/ijeca.v6i2.170

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