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Voltage sag ride-through of AC drives : control and analysis

<p>This thesis focuses on controller design and analysis for induction motor (IM) drives, flux control for electrically excited synchronous motors with damper windings (EESMs), and to enhance voltage sag ride-through ability and analysis for a wind turbine application with a full-power grid-connected active rectifier. The goal is to be able to use the existing equipment, without altering the hardware. Further, design and analysis of the stabilization of DC-link voltage oscillations for DC systems and inverter drives is studied, for example traction drives with voltage sags in focus.</p><p>The proposed IM controller is based on the field-weakening controller of Kim and Sul [31], which is further developed. Applying the proposed controller to voltage sag ride-through gives a cheap and simple ride-through system.</p><p>The EESM controller is based on setpoint adjustment for the field current controller. The analysis also concerns stability for the proposed flux controller.</p><p>The DC-link stabilization algorithm is designed following Mosskull [38], where a component is added to the current controller. The algorithm is further developed.</p><p>Analysis is the main focus, and concerns the impact of the different parameters involved. Proper parameter selection for the controller, switching frequency, and DC-link capacitor is given.</p><p>The impact of voltage sags is investigated for a power-grid-connected rectifier. Here, we analyze the impact of different types of voltage sags and phase-angle jumps. The analysis gives design rules for the DC-link capacitor and the switching frequency.</p><p>Experimental results and simulations verify the theoretical results.</p>
Date January 2005
CreatorsPietiläinen, Kai
PublisherKTH, School of Electrical Engineering (EES)
Source SetsDiVA Archive at Upsalla University
Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeDoctoral thesis, comprehensive summary, text
RelationTrita-ETS, 1650-674X ; 2005.12

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