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Impact of SMES Unit on DC-Link Voltage of DFIG during Various Types and Level of Faults DOI:10.15199/48.2019.08.27

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energy sources become more popular since the last decade due to some efforts on mitigating global warming from the use of conventional energy sources for power plants. One of the popular renewable energy sources is wind energy, where it is reported in JRC Wind Energy Status Report 2016 Edition that there are about 430 GW wind turbine generators have been installed worldwide till 2016. Within all types of wind turbine generators, Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) become the most type installed worldwide which dominate about 64% of market share in 2015 [1]. This fact is based on the advantages of DFIG in terms of technical aspect where DFIG could supply some amount of reactive power to the grid as it is equipped with power electronics that connected directly to the grid and rotor side. With about 33% capacity of power electronics, the cost of the DFIG system becomes cheaper than its main rival in the same class, Full Converter Wind Turbine Generator (FCWTG) type [2]. A typical model of a DFIG can be seen in Fig 1. Fig.1. Typical Configuration of A DFIG When wind turbines generators (WTGs) connected to the grid, there are some parameters must be complied to avoid the disconnection of WTGs to prevent any damages on the WTGs. For instance, voltage profile at the point of common coupling (PCC), rotors and stators' current, DClink voltage (for DFIG and FCWTG), etc [3]. A DC link as shown in Fig. 1. is obligated to maintain the transfer energy between the rotor and grid [4]. DC link power electronic that links a grid side converter (GSC) and a rotor side converter (RSC) are very sensitive with any faults, most of the wind turbine generator manufacturers recommended the safety margin voltage level on DC link that allowed the converters standstill is between 0.25%-1.25% [3]. Therefore any voltage profiles of DC-link that violate the safety range, the internal protection of the converters should block the converters and lead to [...]

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