TITLE

EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF WIND TURBINE GENERATOR POWER CONTROL IN A HYBRID LABORATORY TEST BENCH

AUTHOR(S)
Puleva, Teofana; Rouzhekov, Georgi; Tyanov, Ivan; Peev, Dimiter
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Advances in Bulgarian Science;2012, Vol. 1, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper describes the developed power control system for wind turbine generator based on a hybrid laboratory test bench. The structure and hardware configuration of the control system is represented. The mathematical model which describes the drive train and experimental determination of the model parameters are considered. Some experimental results in accordance with the maximal power extraction and power reference tracking control strategies are shown. A PC based HMI system for processes control and visualization is developed.
ACCESSION #
86729950

 

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