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Marine turbine system directly connected to electrical grid Experimental implementations using a nonlinear and robust control

Abstract : This paper deals with real-time implementations of a nonlinear and robust control applied on a marine turbine system. For the experimental validation which uses real data from Raz de Sein site (Brittany, France), the DC motor drives a wound rotor synchronous generator. A computer pilots this DC motor in order to stand in for the marine turbine behavior. Experimental results show the control successful of both outputs (terminal voltage and speed) making possible direct connection to electrical grid. In addition, we verify the robustness properties of the complete system under hard mechanical and electrical perturbations. Finally, a comparative study highlight the proposed control performances compared with conventional AVR-PSS which is one of the most widely adopted controller in industry for electrical grid stabilization. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd
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M. Dansoko, H. Nkwawo, F. Floret, R. Goma, B. Diourté, et al.. Marine turbine system directly connected to electrical grid Experimental implementations using a nonlinear and robust control. Ocean Engineering, 2018, 149, pp.260-267. ⟨10.1016/j.oceaneng.2017.12.021⟩. ⟨hal-02413602⟩

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