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Virtual Inertia Control of D-PMSG Based on the Principle of Active Disturbance Rejection Control
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 Title & Authors
Virtual Inertia Control of D-PMSG Based on the Principle of Active Disturbance Rejection Control
Shi, Qiaoming; Wang, Gang; Fu, Lijun; Liu, Yang; Wu, You; Xu, Li;
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 Abstract
The virtual inertia control (VIC) of wind turbine with directly-driven permanent-magnet synchronous generator (D-PMSG) can act similarly to the conventional synchronous generator in inertia response and frequency control, thereby supporting the system frequency stability. However, because the wind speed is inconstant and changeable to a certain extent and the D-PMSG is a complex nonlinear system, there are great difficulties in the virtual inertia optimal control of the D-PMSG. Based on the design principle of the active disturbance rejection control (ADRC), this paper presents a new VIC strategy for the D-PMSG from the perspective of power disturbance suppression in the system. The strategy helps fulfill the power grid disturbance estimation and compensation by means of the extended state observer (ESO) so as to improve the disturbance-resisting performance of the system. Compared with conventional proportional-derivative virtual inertia control (PDVIC), this method, which is of better adaptability and robustness, can not only improve the property of the D-PMSG responding to the system frequency but also reduce the influence of wind speed disturbance. The simulation and experiment results have verified the effectiveness and feasibility of the VIC based on the ADRC.
 Keywords
Wind turbine generator;Virtual inertia control;Active disturbance rejection control;Frequency response;Robustness;
 Language
English
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