IJMNTA  Vol.3 No.5 , December 2014
Steady State Analysis of an Isolated Self-Excited Dual Three-Phase Induction Generator for Renewable Energy
ABSTRACT
In this paper modelling and analysis in autonomous mode of dual three-phase induction generator (DTPIG) with a new algorithm have been done. We develop the steady state model of a dual three-phase self-excited induction generator for stand-alone renewable generation dispensing with the segregating real and imaginary components of the complex impedance of the induction generator. The obtained admittance yields the adequate magnetizing reactance and the frequency. These two key parameters are then used to compute the self-excitation process requirements in terms of the prime mover speed, the capacitance and the load impedance on the one hand and to predict the generator steady state performance parameters on the other. Steady state performances and characteristics of different configurations are clearly examined and compared. The analytical results are found to be in good agreement with experimental results.

Cite this paper
Khlifi, M. and Alshammari, B. (2014) Steady State Analysis of an Isolated Self-Excited Dual Three-Phase Induction Generator for Renewable Energy. International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application, 3, 191-198. doi: 10.4236/ijmnta.2014.35021.
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