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A PI+passivity-based control of a wind energy conversion system enabled with a solid-state transformer

Abstract : In this paper, we propose a new control scheme for a wind energy conversion system connected to a solid-state transformer-enabled distribution microgrid. The system consists of a wind turbine, a permanent magnet synchronous generator, a rectifier and a load which is connected to the distribution grid dc bus. The scheme combines a classical PI placed, in a nested-loop configuration, with a passivity-based controller. Guaranteeing stability and endowed with disturbance rejection properties, the controller regulates the wind turbine angular velocity to a desired value – in particular, the set-point is selected such that the maximum power from the wind is extracted – maximising the generator efficiency. The fast response of the closed-loop system makes possible to operate under fast-changing wind speed conditions. To assess and validate the controller performance and robustness under parameter variations, realistic simulations comparing our proposal with a classical PI scheme are included.
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Rafael Cisneros, Rui Gao, Romeo Ortega, Iqbal Husain. A PI+passivity-based control of a wind energy conversion system enabled with a solid-state transformer. International Journal of Control, Taylor & Francis, 2021, 94 (9), pp.2453-2463. ⟨10.1080/00207179.2019.1710768⟩. ⟨hal-03387987⟩



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