Finite-Set Model Predictive Power Control of Brushless Doubly Fed Twin Stator Induction Generator
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- IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2019, 34 (3), pp. 2300 - 2311
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© 1986-2012 IEEE. This paper presents a finite-set model predictive power control (FS-MPPC) method for the brushless doubly fed twin stator induction generator (BDFTSIG) in variable speed constant frequency generation applications. The FS-MPPC controller is developed in a general reference frame from which all other reference frames can be deduced readily. The invariant feature of the predictive power model in various reference frames contributes to the reference frame-free characteristic of the developed FS-MPPC controller, enabling its application more flexible and universal. Besides, the arduous process of control winding flux estimation is avoided in the FS-MPPC controller by choosing state variables that are easy to be obtained. Moreover, the influence of rotor circuit that has long been neglected in the existing controllers for the brushless doubly fed induction machines is embedded within the predictive power model and inherently considered in the FS-MPPC controller, which contributes to accurate power control of the BDFTSIG. Furthermore, the feasibility and effectiveness of the developed FS-MPPC controller regarding different power levels and grid fault conditions are briefly discussed. Finally, numerical simulations and experimental tests are carried out, which demonstrates the effectiveness of the developed FS-MPPC controller.
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