Artificial Intelligence Approach for the Control of SPMSG Based Grid Connected WECS
Keywords:decoupled direct & quadrature (dq) technique, incremental conductance (ic) algorithm, proportional integral pi) controller, six phase permanent magnet synchronous generator (spmsg)
In India, power plant requirement is rapidly increasing as non-conventional sources are in current need. Government financial aid plays important role for generator plant execution because of its tedious procedure. If the utilization of wind power production has to be doubled, then machines, turbines and converters are essential in two numbers. The research work includes parallel connection of two machines using star-delta-star transformer fashion resulting in six-phase permanent synchronous machine. This arrangement is more economical as the number of converters are reduced thereby increasing the efficiency by minimizing the switching losses. Initially rectifier setup is used wherein high frequency AC is converted to low frequency and maximum power point tracking is done with the aid of a converter. It is DC-DC conversion by decoupled DQ strategy. Later, it is again converted back to three phase AC so as to synchronize it to the grid. The system response is analysed by conventional PI controller by reducing the noise in the real & reactive power generation. Further, ANFIS-PI controller is implemented to improve the response of PI controller which is much essential for wind power generation. The MATLAB simulated results of PI controller system response and ANFIS-PI controller is presented in this paper.
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