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AutorenDr.-Ing. Andreas Uphues, Dipl.-Ing. Kilian Nötzold, Dr.-Ing. Ralf Wegener, Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Soter, Griessel, R.
TitelInverter based Voltage Sag Generator with PR-controller
KonferenzIECON 2012 - 38th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
AuszeichnungBest oral Presentation during the technical session: Wind Energy II
AbstractDue to the increasing wind power penetration, grid codes of system operators require low voltage ride through (LVRT) capability for wind turbines (WT). Additionally the WT has to support the power system stability in LVRT cases. To evaluate the LVRT capability of grid connected converter, a voltage sag generator (VSG) is required to emulate grid failures. This paper introduces a three phase programmable inverter based VSG, which is equipped with a cascaded control structure consisting of proportional resonant (PR) current controller and PR voltage controller. The described VSG is able to emulate all required voltage sags, propagated through a delta star connected transformer, very precisely. The control structure has been simulated and tested successfully on a 2MW full power testbench.


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