Terminal Voltage and Output Power Control of Induction Generator

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					         Terminal Voltage and Output Power Control of Induction Generator
                 by Series and Parallel Compensation Using SMES

        Member             Tomonobu Senjyu          (University of the Ryukyus, b985542@tec.u-ryukyu.ac.jp)

        Student Member     Tatsuto Kinjo            (University of the Ryukyus, k028455@eve.u-ryukyu.ac.jp)

        Member             Katsumi Uezato           (University of the Ryukyus, uezato@eee.u-ryukyu.ac.jp)

        Member             Hideki Fujita            (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Fujita.Hideki@chuden.co.jp)
  Keywords induction generator, superconducting magnetic energy storage, generating power leveling, bus voltage control.

   In recent year, power generation from renewable en-                       7000

ergy sources is comming up. Particularly, wind power

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generation is attractive because of it’s advantages like,
pollution free, no fuel cost, abundantly available in na-                    6000

ture etc. However, the generated power is fluctuating
and it mainly depends on the wind speed. These fluc-                          5500
tuations will arise the bus voltage fluctuations and will                       600
cause power oscillations. From such a background, the
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effective interconnection equipment which connects a                            200
power system and the wind power generation system                                    0
is required. Then, this this paper is considering intro-                     -200
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duction of the series and parallel compensator with su-
                                                                        (a) The generator’s tarminal bus d-q axis voltage.
perconducting magnetic energy storage(SMES) as effec-                            5

tive interconnection equipment which solves the various                         4
                                                                   pt (MW)

problem of the wind power generation system. SMES                               3

unit based on a self-commutated inverter using Gate-                            2

turn-off(GTO) thyristor is capable of controlling both
the active and reactive power simultaneously and quickly.                      -1
In this paper, when the high-capacity induction gener-                           1
ator is connected to a small-scale isolated power sys-
                                                                   qt (Mvar)

tem, control system configuration which achieve gener-                          -2
ating power leveling and generator’s terminal bus volt-                        -3
age compensation by applying the series and parallel                           -4

compensator is proposed. Moreover, control system                              -5
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configuration of the two quadrant dc-chopper which op-                                            (b) Transmission line power flow.
erates as a fixed dc-link voltage sources is also proposed.                      1

   In order to verify a control performance, system in-
                                                                   ps (MW)

terconnection simulation, wind speed turbulence and                            -2
three phase to ground fault simulation are performed.                          -3
Fig. 1 shows the simulation results of wind speed tur-                         -4

bulence. In Figs. 1(a) and (b), solid line and dashed                          -5
line shows the simulation results with the installing pro-                      4
                                                                   qs (Mvar)

posed equipment and the not installing proposed equip-                          3

ment, respectively. Fig. 1(a) and (b) show that the in-                         2

stalling proposed equipment can compensate effectively                           1

the bus voltage fluctuation and transmission line power                          0

oscillation . From Fig. 1(c), it can be confirmed that                                    2          3       4   5   6    7     8    9   10

the proposed equipment is absorbing or releasing the ac-                    (c) Actice and reactice output power
                                                                            of the series and parallel compensator.
tive and reactive power of reverse polarity as compared           Fig. 1. Simulation results at the wind speed turbulence .
with the transmission line power oscillation.