Volume 2, Issue 5


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Abstracts : As we move forward, a lot of changes in the technological field regarding energy production can be witnessed. Renewable energy sources are penetrating the energy production field mainly due to the numerous advantages they offer in contrast with conventional fuels. Moreover, the finite nature of fossil fuels and the dangers faced regarding climate changing are two more factors contributing to the above. The wind energy is considered as one of the most promising alternative of energy with enormous potential. The main problem during the exploitation of wind power as an energy source is that it is not a constantly available one. Furthermore, the fluctuating nature of wind speed and direction can cause many disturbances in the power delivered to the grid or even cause generator tripping, system decoupling, etc. Fixed speed wind turbines have managed to cope with the fluctuating characteristics of the wind but on the other hand they leave an important amount of wind power unexploited. It is mainly due to this fact that variable speed wind turbines are considered to be not only the present but also the future of wind energy industry applications. Due to this certainty, authors have focused on the analysis of a variable speed generator; in our case a Doubly-Fed Induction Generator (DFIG). In this paper authors have presented the review of advanced power controlling techniques for DFIG, based wind turbines.
Pages : 25-28
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Modified Date : 2016-05-25
Mr. Pareekshit Pandurang Patil , Prof. Ch. Malla Reddy , Prof. Shravankumar A , "ADVANCED POWER CONTROLLING TECHNIQUES FOR DFIG – BASED WIND TURBINES- A REVIEW", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 2, Issue 5, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 25-28
Peer reviewed