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The issues of the negative performance of DFIG’s due to supply network voltage unbalance are outlined in this paper. The paper shows the effects that voltage unbalance can have on a DFIG, using the power simulation program DigSilent. The results from simulations show that voltage unbalance affects the both the induction generator and the rotor converter, due to the high unbalanced currents generated. The ability to modify the control strategy of a DFIG to compensate for voltage unbalance is outlined and a proposal to build a test-rig suitable to implement such a system is suggested.
Kearney, J.J., Conlon, M.F. : PERFORMANCE OF A VARIABLE SPEED DOUBLE-FED INDUCTION GENERATOR WIND TURBINE DURING NETWORK VOLTAGE UNBALANCE CONDITIONS, 2006,Universities Power Engineering Conference, Newcastle-Upon_Tyne, UK.