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Machine-side Harmonic Suppression Strategy for Direct Driven Five-phase PMSG of Wind Power Generation System

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Author keywords
wind power generation, permanent magnet machines, harmonic analysis, closed loop systems, power quality

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wind(13), power(12), harmonic(12), current(12), control(10), energy(9), system(8), systems(7), synchronous(7), pmsg(7)
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Date of Publication: 2024-05-31
Volume 24, Issue 2, Year 2024, On page(s): 85 - 92
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2024.02009
SCOPUS ID: 85195639813

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Wind power generation system with five-phase PMSG contains a large amount of third harmonic in the stator phase current of the machine side due to the dead-time effect of the converter and non-sinusoidal air-gap magnetic field. Harmonic suppression strategy is proposed to reduce output harmonics and improve the system's power quality. Firstly, the extended Clark&Park matrix was analyzed and applied to F-PMSG for dq decoupling control, and a mathematical model of the generator containing the fundamental and third harmonic subspace is obtained. Secondly, the third harmonic model of the stator current was analyzed. Based on the PI controller, a control strategy for the third harmonic subspace dual closed-loop control and the introduction of a harmonic compensation module into the feedback loop was designed. The dual closed-loop PI controller was used to adjust the dq-axis current signals without static error, and the harmonic compensation module was used to offset the accompanying harmonic voltage. Finally, a direct drive F-PMSG wind power generation system under maximum power point tracking was built in the Matlab/Simulink environment. The simulation results show that the strategy has good suppression effect on third harmonic generation.


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