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A Novel Fuzzy Logic-Controlled Vienna Rectifier to Extract Maximum Power in the Grid-Connected Wind Energy System Applications

verfasst von : Hari Charan Nannam, Atanu Banerjee

Erschienen in: Energy and Exergy for Sustainable and Clean Environment, Volume 2

Verlag: Springer Nature Singapore

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Abstract

In this paper, a novel fuzzy logic-controlled Vienna rectifier to extract maximum power at variable wind speed is proposed. Vienna rectifier consists of three switches and four diodes with an input inductor and performs both AC/DC and DC/DC conversions in a single stage. A permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) coupled with wind turbine system is used in this paper. The tracking of the maximum power is a real challenge in wind energy systems. In this paper, the variable speed of the wind turbine generator system and the power output of the permanent magnet synchronous generator are chosen as inputs to the fuzzy logic controller to track the maximum power according to the change in wind speed by following 27 set of rules formulated in the fuzzy rule base. The pulse width modulated signals from the fuzzy logic controller initiate the three switches in the Vienna rectifier. The proposed control scheme not only tracks the maximum power from the wind but also enhances the input DC voltage, ensures sinusoidal nature at input mains and balances the voltage across the two capacitors. The Vienna rectifier is interfaced to the grid through space vector pulse width modulated voltage source inverter. The MATLAB/Simulink environment is utilized in order to observe the optimum performance of the system. The proposed control algorithm is experimentally validated using a real-time simulator OPAL RT 4200. The experimental results are in agreement with simulation results and prove the robustness of the control scheme.

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Metadaten
Titel
A Novel Fuzzy Logic-Controlled Vienna Rectifier to Extract Maximum Power in the Grid-Connected Wind Energy System Applications
verfasst von
Hari Charan Nannam
Atanu Banerjee
Copyright-Jahr
2023
Verlag
Springer Nature Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-8274-2_1