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BATTERY CHARGING USING DOUBLY FED

INDUCTION GENERATOR (DFIG) CONNECTED


TO VARIABLE SPEED WIND TURBINE

Guided By:
-By:
Mrs. Anjana Jain
Mayank Singh Chandel
Seelam Naga Balaji
Srilekha
S. Sreedhar

Golla

DFIG
Doubly Fed Induction Generator
Supply can be given from both the directions
Extracts maximum energy from wind for low speeds
by optimizing the turbine speed
Ability to generate or absorb reactive power

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Introduction
Stator side is connected directly to grid whereas rotor
side is connected to a battery
Slip power from the rotor is used for charging the
battery
Diode Rectifier, for conversion of rotor AC voltage to
DC
Dc-link for maintaining constant voltage
Buck converter, for controlling the voltage level
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Block Diagram

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Simulations

Open loop circuit

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Rotor Speed

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Rotor Voltage

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Rotor Current

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Battery Voltage

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Battery Current

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Closed loop
Output of Buck converter is maintained at 50V, to
avoid the battery damage
Pulses to the MOSFET in buck converter are given
after steady state is obtained
A switch with a clock, is used for this purpose
PI controller, with a reference of 50V is used to
generate triggering pulses for the MOSFET

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Closed Loop circuit

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Rotor Speed

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Rotor Voltage

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Rotor Current

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Battery Voltage

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Battery Current

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Conclusion
Both open loop and closed loop simulations are
analyzed and respective voltage, current and speeds
are observed
Battery charging voltage is kept on increasing beyond
its rating in open loop for high wind velocity
In closed loop battery charging voltage is being
regulated using PI controller, and is limited to 53V.
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References
Chester Simpson, Battery Charging , National Semiconductor,
Literature Number: SNVA557, 2011.
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Handbook and Application Manual,
Version: NiMH02.01, www.energizer.com.
Paul Blaiklock and William Horvath, Saving energy, ICR, TMEIC
GE, Motor Technology, September 2009
Rakhi Soni, Monika Jain, Deepika Masand, Islanding Operation of
DFIG Based Battery Energy Storage System for Three Phase Load
International Journal of ChemTech Research, Vol.5, No.2, pp 972979, Apr-Jun 2013
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Thank You

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