||Simulation and laboratory implementation of a wind turbine control system with short-term grid faults management
||Rasmussen, Tonny Wederberg (Automation, Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, DTU, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark)
||Technical University of Denmark, DTU, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
||The purpose of the thesis is the development of a wind turbine control system capable to
handle short-term grid faults. The work has been performed in the department of
Electrical Engineering of Danmarks Tekniske Universitet.
The present thesis aims to contribute to a growing body of literature concerning with
wind turbine control system design. First important know-how on wind technology is
analyzed, considering the different topologies of system in the wind market, and then
the work conducts to the development strategy that better fits to the aim of project.
The thesis is developed in two steps: 1. Simulation of the designed control system, by
the use of Matlab/Simulink software. 2. Laboratory implementation, with HiL, and
software design by using the digital signal processor, ADSP-21020. Simulation and
experimental results will be depicted and commented.
Field Oriented Control for operation in normal condition and during grid faults will be
considered as control method. In software development for laboratory implementation,
Assembler language is used for DSP programming.
The thesis is organized in 9 chapters. Notation, list of tables, list of figures and
abbreviations are shown after the table of Contents. Literature references are mentioned
in square brackets by number. Detailed information about literature is presented in
Bibliography. Appendices are assigned with letters and are arranged in alphabetical
order. Equations are numbered in format (x.y) and figures are numbered in format
Figure x-y, where x is the chapter number and y is the number of the item. The enclosed
CD/ROM contains the project report in Word and PDF formats, source code of the
designed software, Simulink models and documentation used throughout the project.
Creation date: 2009-05-10
Update date: 2009-05-10