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Performance evaluation of AC/DC PWM converter for 12-phase stand-alone PMSG with maximum power extraction
Abo-Elyousr, F.K. ; Rim, G.H. ; Dept. of Energy Conversion, Univ. of Sci. & Technol., Daejeon, South Korea

This paper appears in: Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS), 2010 International Conference on Issue Date : 10-13 Oct. 2010 On page(s): 82 - 87 Print ISBN: 978-1-4244-7720-3 References Cited: 12 INSPEC Accession Number: 11694795 Date of Current Version : 10 December 2010

ABSTRACT In comparison with other types of synchronous generators, permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) has the advantages of higher efficiency, simplicity in construction and reliability in operation. This paper presents a multi-stage 3-phase AC/DC PWM converter. The proposed converter is designed to extract the maximum power from the PMSG side and avoid speed sensing. Furthermore, the controller can compensate for voltage drop due to PMSG phase series connection. A model for multi-phase PMSG based on dq circuits and phasor diagrams of such generator in its transient and steady-state operating conditions is analyzed in this paper. The simulated results demonstrate that the converter stage output voltage can be effectively obtained with unity power factor when compared with multi-phase PMSG voltages rectified by diode Bridge.


IEEE Terms Converters , Equations , Generators , Mathematical model , Reactive power , Steady-state , Voltage control INSPEC Controlled Indexing AC-DC power convertors , PWM power convertors , electric potential , permanent magnet generators , reliability , synchronous generators , transient analysis Non Controlled Indexing 12-phase stand-alone PMSG , AC-DC PWM converter , dq circuit , maximum power extraction , multistage 3- phase AC-DC PWM converter , performance evaluation , permanent magnet synchronous generator , phase series connection , phasor diagram , reliability , transient analysis , voltage drop compensation


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