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New Isolated Converter for Interfacing PMSG Based Wind Turbine with Distribution Network

By Lauris Bisenieks, Dmitri Vinnikov and Iļja Galkins


This paper presents a new converter topology for interfacing a permanent magnet synchronous generator based variable speed wind turbine with a residential power network. The theory of wind energy conversion is analyzed first. Then an example of wind velocity distribution and normalized energy yield is discussed in order to formulate requirements for choosing a power converter. A new topology of an interfacing converter is analyzed and simulation results of a lossless model are presented. Simulation results of the proposed converter prove that its utilization in wind power applications is beneficial. Experimental results are given for verification of simulation one

Topics: Wind energy, PMSG, qZS DC/DC converter, variable speed wind turbines
Publisher: Estonian Society of Moritz Hermann Jacobi
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