The Optimal Control of Wind Turbin Output Power PMSG When the Input Wind Speed Variations


Tran Duc Chuyen*, Pham Van Minh, Le Van Anh, Nguyen Van Toan, Vu T. T. Linh


Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Economics – Technology for Industries, No. 456 Minh Khai, Ha Noi, Viet Nam.

Corresponding Author Email: tdchuyen@uneti.edu.vn

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This paper presents the problem of stabilizing the output power of wind turbine generators when the input wind speed changes. The object of the study is the model structure of the wind turbine control algorithm with a permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG). Keep the generator output power stable when wind speed changes by using the controller together with the optimal AC/DC and DC/AC converters for this wind power drive system. The research results have shown that when the wind speed exceeds the allowable limit (14 m/s), the generator system with the output power of the generator is still kept stable. The simulation model is researched and built on the basis of PSCAD and Matlab Simulinks software to demonstrate the proposed control algorithm.