Input observability analysis of Fixed speed wind turbine
Author
Garcia-Planas, M.I.; Dominguez, J.; Mediano, B.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
3rd International Conference on Energy, Environment, Devices, Systems, Communications, Computers
Date of publication
2012
Presentation's date
2012-04-18
Book of congress proceedings
Mathematical modelling and simulation in applied sciences: proceedings of the 3rd International conference on energy, environment, devices, systems, communications, computers (INEEE'12): Rovaniemi, Finland, April 18-20, 2012
First page
13
Last page
19
Publisher
WSEAS Press. World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society
This paper deals with the concept of input observability in a
fixed speed wind turbine. A linear system has been calculated from the nonlinear equations of the squirrel cage induction generator, supposing it connected directly to the grid and assuming a steady state operating point. The observability of the input from the output
of the system could be an interesting way to know if its possible to develop some new controls without introduce special sensors in the system. Furthermore, it is intere...
This paper deals with the concept of input observability in a
fixed speed wind turbine. A linear system has been calculated from the nonlinear equations of the squirrel cage induction generator, supposing it connected directly to the grid and assuming a steady state operating point. The observability of the input from the output
of the system could be an interesting way to know if its possible to develop some new controls without introduce special sensors in the system. Furthermore, it is interesting to analyse which is the parameter variation margin of the wind turbine from input-observable state to non-input observable, in order to obtain some restrictions to design future controllers, or limit the operating points.
This paper deals with the concept of input observability in a fixed speed wind turbine. A linear system
has been calculated from the nonlinear equations of the squirrel cage induction generator, supposing it connected
directly to the grid and assuming a steady state operating point. The observability of the input from the output
of the system could be an interesting way to know if its possible to develop some new controls without introduce
special sensors in the system. Furthermore, it is interesting to analyse which is the parameter variation margin of
the wind turbine from input-observable state to non-input observable, in order to obtain some restrictions to design
future controllers, or limit the operating points
Citation
Garcia-Planas, M.I. Input observability analysis of Fixed speed wind turbine. A: 3rd International Conference on Energy,Environment, Devices, Systems, Communications, Computers. "Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Energy, Environment, Devices, Systems, Communications, Computers". Rovaniemi: WSEAS Press. World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society, 2012, p. 13-19.