Effective Algorithm in Steady-State Analysis for Variable-Speed and Constant-Speed Wind Turbine Coupled Three-Phase Self-Excited Induction Generator

  • Ahmed, Tarek (Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yamaguchi University) ;
  • Nishida, Katsumi (Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yamaguchi University) ;
  • Nakaoka, Mutsuo (Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yamaguchi University)
  • Published : 2003.09.01

Abstract

In this paper, the steady-state operating performance analysis for the three-phase squirrel cage rotor self-excited induction generator (SEIG) driven by a variable-speed prime mover (VSPM) in addition to a constant-speed prime mover (CSPM) is presented on the basis of an effective algorithm based on its frequency-domain equivalent circuit. The operating characteristics of the three-phase SEIG coupled by a VSPM and/or a CSPM are evaluated on line processing under the condition of the electrical passive load parameters variations with simple and efficient computation processing procedure in unregulated voltage control loop scheme. A three-phase SEIG prototype setup with a VSPM as well as a CSPM is implemented for the small-scale clean renewable and alternative energy utilizations. The experimental operating characteristic results are illustrated and give good agreements with the simulation ones.

References

  1. M.Konstenko and L.Piotravsky, 'Electrical Machines', Mir Publishers, Moscow, 1969
  2. T.F.Chan, 'Analysis of Self-Excited Induction Genera-tor Using an Iterative Method', IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.EC-10, No.3 pp.502-507, September, 1985
  3. S.P.Singh , M.P.Jain and Bhim Singh, 'A New Tech-nique for Analysis of Self-Excited Induction Genera-tor', Journal of Electric Machine and Power Systems, Vol.23, pp.647-656, 1995
  4. A. Koyanagi 'Maximum Power Point Tracking of Wind Turbine Generator Using a Flywheel', Proceed-ings of the 2001 IEE-Japan Industry Application soci-ety Conference, Vol, pp395-398, 2001
  5. S.Rajakarvna and R.Bonert, 'A Technique for The Steady State Analysis of Self-Excited Induction Gen-erator with Variable Speed', IEEE Trans. on Energy Conversion, Vol.10 No.1 pp.10-16, March, 1995 https://doi.org/10.1109/60.372563
  6. W. Koczara, 'Variable Speed Three-Phase Power Gen-eration Set', Proceedings of EPE, September, 2001
  7. A. Koyanagi 'Maximum Power Point Tracking of Wind Turbine Generator Using a Flywheel', Proceed-ings of the 2001 Japan Industry Application society Conference, Vol.1, pp395-398, 2001
  8. Tarek Ahmed, Osamu Noro, Koji Sato, Eiji Hiraki and Mutsuo Nakaoka 'Single-Phase Self-Excited Induc- tion Generator with Static VAR Compensator Voltage Regulation for Simple and Low Cost Stand-Alone Re-newable Energy Utilizations Part I: Analytical Study' KIEE International Transactions on Power Engineer-ing, Vol.3-A, No.1, pp.17-26, 2003
  9. Tarek Ahmed, Osamu Noro, Koji Sato, Eiji Hiraki and Mutsuo Nakaoka 'Single-Phase Self-Excited Induction Generator with Static VAR Compensator Voltage Regu-lation for Simple and Low Cost Stand-Alone Renewable Energy Utilizations Part II: Simulation and Experimental Results' KIEE International Transactions on Power En-gineering, Vol.3-A, No.1, pp.27-34, 2003