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Investigation of Self-Excited

Induction Generators for Wind

Turbine Applications

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Golden, Colorado

University of Zaragoza

Zaragoza, Spain

Annual Meeting

Phoenix, Arizona

October 3-7, 1999

1617 Cole Boulevard

Golden, Colorado 80401-3393

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Investigation of Self-Excited Induction Generators

for Wind Turbine Applications

1617 Cole Boulevard

Golden, CO 80401

Tel. (303) 384-6900, Fax (303) 384-6999

Eduard_muljadi@nrel.gov, http://www.nrel.gov/wind

* University of Zaragoza

Electrical Engineering Department

Maria de Luna 3, 50015 Zaragoza, Spain

Phone/Fax: 34 976 761925 / 762226

e-mail: jsallan@posta.unizar.es

wind generation is widely accepted as a generator of choice.

The squirrel-cage induction machine is simple, reliable, Many types of generator concepts have been used and

cheap, lightweight, and requires very little maintenance. proposed to convert wind power into electricity. The size of

Generally, the induction generator is connected to the utility the wind turbines has increased during the past ten years, and

at constant frequency. With a constant frequency operation, the cost of energy generated by wind turbine has decreased.

the induction generator operates at practically constant speed The challenge is to build larger wind turbines and to produce

(small range of slip). The wind turbine operates in optimum cheaper electricity. Thus, there is a need to find a way to

efficiency only within a small range of wind speed variation. convert wind energy into electrical energy from wind turbines

The variable-speed operation allows an increase in energy that can be scaled up in power without extremely high cost

captured and reduces both the torque peaks in the drive train penalties.

and the power fluctuations sent to the utility. In this paper, a combination of series [1] and parallel [2]

In variable-speed operation, an induction generator needs capacitors are used to excite the induction generator while

an interface to convert the variable frequency output of the operating at variable speeds. In the self-excited mode, the

generator to the fixed frequency at the utility. This interface induction generator is excited with three-phase ac capacitors.

can be simplified by using a self-excited generator because a The frequency, the slip, the air gap voltage and the operating

simple diode bridge is required to perform the ac/dc range of the system are affected by the characteristics of the

conversion. The subsequent dc/ac conversion can be induction generators and the choice capacitor sizes. The

performed using different techniques. The use of a thyristor operating slip in a self-excited mode is generally small and

bridge is readily available for large power conversion and has the variation of the frequency depends on the operating speed

a lower cost and higher reliability. The firing angle of the range. The system we tested has the following components:

inverter bridge can be controlled to track the optimum power - a 1/3-hp dc machine to represent the wind turbine

curve of the wind turbine. With only diodes and thyristors - a three-phase, 1/3-hp, induction generator driven by the dc

used in power conversion, the system can be scaled up to a machine

very high voltage and high power applications.

This paper analyzes the operation of such a system applied

to a 1/3-hp self-excited induction generator. It includes the

simulations and tests performed for the different excitation

configurations.

Wind energy, variable-speed generation systems, renewable machine bank bridge bridge

energy, self excitation. Figure 1. Scheme of the system

- various sets of capacitors to provide reactive power to the the wind speed if the output power of the generator is

induction generator controlled to produce the power-speed characteristic

- a three-phase diode bridge to rectify the current provided by described in equation 2. Thus the wind turbine will always

the generator operate at Cp-optimum. In reality, the wind turbine rotor has a

- a dc reactor to smooth the dc current and to limit the significantly large inertia due to the blade inertia and other

current peaks on the dc bus components. The wind turbine operation can only in the

- a three-phase thyristor bridge to convert the power from the vicinity of Cp-optimum. However, compared to fixed-speed

dc bus to the utility. operation, the energy captured in variable-speed operation is

The organization of this paper will be presented as follows: significantly higher.

Section II of this paper is devoted to wind turbine operation With variable-speed operation and sufficiently large rotor

and the proposed system. Section III is devoted to the inertia, there is a buffer between the energy source (wind)

concept of self excitation of an induction generator. In and energy sink (utility). Allowing the rotor speed to vary

Section IV, we present series compensation and in Section V, has the advantage of using the kinetic energy to be transferred

the combination of series and parallel compensation is in and out of the rotor inertia. Thus, the aerodynamic power,

presented. The last section summarizes the results. that fluctuates with the wind input, is filtered by the inertia

before it is transmitted to the utility grid. This concept is

very similar to the use of dc filter capacitor at the dc bus of a

II. WIND TURBINE dc-dc converter. The dc capacitor filters the voltage ripple so

that the voltage output presented to the load will be a smooth

In wind parks, many wind turbines are equipped with fixed output voltage. It is expected that the turbulent content in

frequency induction generators. Thus the power generated is wind input will not be transmitted directly to the mechanical

not optimized for all wind conditions. To operate a wind drives (gearbox) of the wind turbines thus the mechanical

turbine at its optimum at different wind speeds, the wind stress and fatigues on mechanical components can be

turbine should be operated at its maximum power coefficient relieved. Thus, the lifetime of the mechanical drives and

(Cp-optimum = 0.3-0.5). To operate around its maximum power other components of the wind turbine can be extended by

coefficient, the wind turbine should be operated at a constant variable-speed operation.

tip-speed ratio, which is proportional to ratio of the rotor

speed to the wind speed. As the wind speed increases, the

rotor speed should follow the variation of the wind speed. In III. SELF-EXCITED INDUCTION GENERATOR

general, the load to the wind turbine is regulated as a cube

function of the rotor rpm to operate the wind turbine at the The induction machine is modeled using the steady-state

optimum efficiency. The aerodynamic power generated by equivalent circuit shown in Figure 2. Detail derivation of

wind turbine can be written as: equations for self-excited induction generator can be found in

many papers [3-4]. The frequency dependent reactance is

P = 0.5ρAC p V 3 [1] scaled by per unit frequency. Per unit frequency (fpu) is the

ratio of operating frequency to the rated frequency (60Hz).

The stable operation of the system can be sustained at any

Where the aerodynamic power is expressed as a function of moment when the balance of real power and reactive power

the specific density (ρ) of the air, the swept area of the can be maintained. The balance of real power is established

blades (A) and the wind speed (V). To operate the wind mainly between the power produced in the rotor and the

turbine at its optimum efficiency (Cp-optimum), the rotor speed power consumed from the stator winding through the power

must be varied in the same proportion as the wind-speed converter. The balanced of reactive power is established

variation. If we can track the wind speed precisely, the between the ac capacitors and the air-gap flux condition at

power can also be expressed in terms of the rotor speed. any operating condition.

From the equivalent circuit shown in Figure 2a, the

P = K p rpm3 [2] equivalent circuit can be represented in terms of its

admittance. The admittance of the stator branch consists of

the stator resistance, stator leakage inductance, the stator load

The power described by equation [2] will be called Pideal.

resistance representing the power drawn by the diode bridge

This is the power to be generated by the generator at different

at the stator, and the excitation capacitor. Given the load

rotor rpm. One way to convert a wind turbine from fixed-

resistance, the capacitor size, the stator leakage inductance

speed operation to variable-speed operation is to modify the

and stator resistance, the stator admittance can be found. The

system from a utility-connected induction generator to a self-

stator admittance can be represented as:

excited operation. Ideally, if the inertia of the wind turbine

rotor is negligible, the rotor speed can follow the variation of

Rs Xs fpu Rr Xlr fpu The balance of real power can be found by equating the real

Is part of the stator branch and the real part of the rotor branch:

Rr

ZL Xm fpu Rr (1-s)/s

Re(Ys ) +

Vt E s

2

=0 [6]

÷ + (X lr f pu )

æ Rr ö 2

ç

è s ø

The slip can be solved from Equation 6. The next thing to

solve is the airgap voltage at this operating point. The

relationship of the imaginary part of the rotor branch, the

Ys E Ym Yr stator branch, and the magnetizing branch is given in

Equation 7. It can be used to solve Xm. From Xm and the

operating frequency, the airgap voltage (E60HZ fpu), the

magnetizing curve, and the operating frequency, the airgap

flux and airgap voltage can be found.

Figure 2. Equivalent circuit of the

induction machine X lr f pu 1

Im(Ys ) + 2

+ =0 [7]

X m f pu

÷ + (X lr f pu )

æ Rr ö

Ys = Re(Ys ) + j Im(Ys ) [3] ç

2

è s ø

The rotor branch can be represented as: The relationship between the magnetizing inductance Lm as a

Rr function of flux linkage (E/ω) is given in Figure 3. It is

shown how the value of Lm decreases as the induction

s X lr f pu generator saturates. From the Lm, the airgap voltage can be

Yr = 2

−j 2

[4]

found. The terminal voltage, the stator and rotor current, the

÷ + (X lr f pu ) ÷ + (X lr f pu )

æ Rr ö 2 æ Rr ö 2

ç ç airgap voltage, and input power can be computed.

è s ø è s ø

The magnetizing branch can be represented as:

1 In this section, the parallel compensation is investigated. The

Ym = − j [5]

Xm three-phase ac capacitors are connected in parallel with the

load at the terminal of the induction generator. The load is a

power converter consisting of the diode bridge and the

thyristor bridge. To the generator, the diode bridge presents a

unity power factor load. Although the current waveform at

0.293 the input to the diode bridge is distorted, the presence of the

Lm (Henry)

L 0.2 L

m

Induction

machine

0.133 0.1

0 0.2 0.4

C

0.015 FLUX 0.398

m Thyristor bridge

Flux (Volt/(rad/s))

7

600

6 RL is varied to track Pideal, C=70uF

500 RL=210ohm, C=70uF

5

400

power (watt)

4

RL is varied to track

300 Pideal, C=70uF 3

RL =210 ohm, C=70uF

200

Pideal 2

100 1

RL and C are varied to track Pideal

R L , C are varied to track P ideal

and to keep Is < Irated

and to keep Is < Is rated

0 0

30 35 40 45 50 55 60 30 35 40 45 50 55 60

Figure 5. Power versus frequency of a parallel Figure 6. Stator current versus frequency of a parallel

excited induction generator excited induction generator

ac capacitors helps to smooth out the current shape. The the stator current reaches its rated value, another capacitor

power output of the generator can be adjusted by controlling value is used and the resistance is varied again and so on.

the firing angle of the phase-controlled inverter at the utility We show in Figure 5 that to track the Pideal, the load must

side. Thus, the utility is seen by the generator as an be represented as a variable resistance. Using a constant

adjustable energy sink. For steady-state analysis and resistance load, the generated power increases above the rated

considering only the fundamental component of the current power of the generator as the frequency is increased. With a

waveform, the load can be replaced as an adjustable resistive variable-resistance load, it is possible to follow the ideal

load RL. power for a wide range of frequency variation as shown by

Figure 4 shows the physical diagram of parallel the dash-dot line. Similarly, with three different capacitors, it

compensation. The load and the capacitor compensation can is possible to follow ideal power for a wide range of

be represented as ZLoad. The admittance of the stator and the operating frequencies.

load can be expressed as: In Figure 6, the stator currents for three different cases are

shown. For constant resistance load, the power cannot

Ys = (Z Load + Z s ) −1 [8] follow the Pideal, and the stator current goes above the rated

current. By changing the values of the capacitor for different

ranges of operating frequency, it is possible to keep the stator

where Zload and Zs are given as: current below its rated value. It is shown from Figure 6 that

as the stator current goes above its rated, a new capacitor

1 value is applied to the system. Note that there are

Z Load = [9]

discontinuities of the operating points when changing the

1

+ jωC capacitance values.

RL In Figure 7, the value of magnetizing inductance Lm as the

Z s = R s + jX ls f pu [10] frequency changes are shown for three different cases. The

0.6

Using the equations above and the saturation curve of Xm,

0.5

the operating condition of the induction generator is

examined. The adjustable converter load is represented by 0.4

R L and C are varied to track P ideal

and to keep Is < Irated

resistive load. Three cases are examined. The first one is a

Lm (H)

constant capacitive load (C=70µF). The frequency is varied

0.2

and the operating points are computed. The second one is the

same as the first one except the resistance of the load is 0.1 RL =210 ohm, C=70uF RL is varied to track

varied so that the output power tracks the ideal power to Pideal, C=70uF

optimize the wind turbine operation. The third one is to 0

change the capacitor sizes in three different values while 35 40 45 50 55 60

changing the resistive load to optimize the wind turbine frequency (Hz)

operation. The capacitor size is started at 70 µF and the Figure 7. Magnetizing inductance Lm for a parallel

resistive load is changed as the frequency is increased. When excited induction generator

values of Lm indicate the level of saturation at any operating 2

condition. The first two cases that use a single value of

capacitor show very high saturation level at higher operating 1.7

frequencies, while using three different capacitor sizes

enables the system to operate at an average or almost constant 1.4

level of saturation.

1.1

0.8

V. SERIES-PARALLEL COMPENSATION

0.5

The system configuration for series-parallel compensation 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800

is shown in Figure 8. In this configuration, both the series rotor speed (rpm)

capacitor C2 and the parallel capacitor C affect the level of

Figure 10. Stator current versus rpm for a series-

excitation. The series capacitance C2 helps to increase the

parallel excitation induction machine

level of excitation and counteracts the voltage drop across the

stator resistance and stator leakage inductance. induction generator to counteract the main magnetizing

winding Lm, which size varies with the level of saturation.

A steady-state analysis is performed to understand the

behavior of the system. The compensation chosen is the

C2 parallel capacitor C=40 µF and the series compensation

L

Induction capacitor C2=150 µF). As in the previous section, the power

Machine converter is simulated by an adjustable resistive load RL.

Apparently, a normal operating condition can be achieved by

Utility using this pair of capacitance values. The ideal power can be

achieved and the stator current stays below the rated value in

C the entire range of operation.

Thyristor bridge In Figure 9, the output power of the generator (solid line)

and Pideal (dashed line) are shown. The system can track the

Figure 8. Series-parallel excitation of the induction machine ideal power for a wide range of operating frequencies.

In Figure 10, the stator current as a function of the

In this case, the load impedance is: frequency is shown. Note that the stator current stays within

the rated value in the entire range of operation.

1 1 The level of excitation can be shown by the variation of

Z Load = + . (5) inductance Lm as the frequency is varied. This variation is

1 jω C 2

+ jω C shown in Figure 11. Comparing Figure 11 and Figure 7, it is

RL clear that the series compensation can satisfactorily maintain

the level of saturation. It is shown that in the lower

In Equation 5, the terminal of the induction generator is frequency, the saturation level is very low and the stator

connected to the series capacitor and the parallel capacitor is current required to track the ideal power is also low. Thus

connected in parallel with the diode bridge. The parallel both the iron losses and the copper losses are low in the low

capacitor compensates the main reactive power needed by the frequency, which indicates that the operation of the system is

efficient even in the lower frequency region.

Power and Pideal versus rotor speed

300

Lm (Henry)

Power (watt)

200

0.25

100

0 0.2

1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 40 50 60

rotor speed (rpm)

frequency (Hz)

Figure 9. Power (in watts) versus rotor speed for Figure 11. Magnetizing inductance (in H) versus

series-parallel excited generator frequency for series-parallel excited generator

150 Thus, if the upper limit is set to Prated, the lower limit that is

50% of the rated speed will generate about 1/8 (12.5%) of the

120

voltage drop rated power.

across reactance

Is . Xc Xls

i i i 90 A. Generator voltage and current waveforms

Xc

i

Xls

i

Figure 14a shows the phase voltage and line current in the

60

generator when working in rated conditions. The voltage

waveform is affected by the current distortion. Figure 14b,

30 reactance shows the frequency spectrum of the current waveform. The

current waveform contains minimal harmonic components.

0 The parallel capacitors at the output terminal across the

40 50 60

diode bridge filters the harmonics current entering the

f

i generator. It is expected that the harmonic losses due to

Figure 12. Voltage drop across reactance and the

reactance (Xc-Xls) versus frequency current harmonics is reduced significantly. The torque

pulsation which is normally associated with current

It should be pointed out that the series-parallel harmonics is expected to be very small as well. The effect of

compensation operates smoothly because there is no need to torque pulsation on the speed fluctuation is further reduced

change the capacitor size. The capacitor pair chosen can be by the fact that the blade inertia is very large compare to

used for the entire range of operation. The series capacitor normal load. Thus the rotor speed fluctuation due to

should be able to carry the rated current as the induction harmonics is barely be noticeable.

generator, while the parallel capacitor should be rated to

withstand the output voltage at the terminal of the power

converter. Both the series and parallel capacitors are ac 200

capacitors. 150

It is interesting to observe the series capacitor compensates

for the voltage-drop across the stator leakage inductance. 100

Figure 12 shows the total reactance (Xc-Xls) and the voltage 50

drop across it. In this circuit, the series capacitive-reactance

is more dominant than the stator leakage reactance, the total 0 (a)

reactance drops as the frequency increases. However, as the 0 10 20 30 40

-50

frequency increases, the demand for the stator current also

increases. Thus the voltage drop across the total reactance -100

(Xc-Xls) is almost constant for the entire range of operation. Vgen (V)

-150

In Figure 13, the actual data from experimental results 50*I(A)

collected in the laboratory is drawn on the same figure as the -200

ideal power Pideal. The experimental data fits the ideal curve 0.25

t (ms)

test results shown verify that for the steady-state calculation 0.20

presented in this section. Note that in optimum operation of a

wind turbine, the power is a cube function of the rotor speed. 0.15 (b)

Igen

0.10

250

0.05

200 Power (ideal)

Power (test) 0.00

150 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450

(W)

t(s)

100 Figure 14. Voltage and current waveform at the

generator terminal output

50

0

B. Utility voltage and current waveforms

200 700 1200 1700 Figure 15 shows the utility voltage and current. The latter

Speed (rpm) has the typical shape of a thyristor inverter current, with high

Figure 13. Power versus rotor speed from ripple. Its frequency spectrum shows the high value of the

experimental data fifth and seventh harmonics. With proper filtering at the

250

VI. CONCLUSIONS

200

100 wind power generation. In the first stage of implementation,

50 a proof of concept of the generator was investigated. This

paper demonstrates the technical viability of using a self-

0 (a)

0 10 20 30 40

excited induction generator in variable-speed wind

-50 generation. This greatly simplifies the power stages needed

-100 to connect to the utility compared with inverter-fed induction

-150 generators.

-200

The series-parallel compensation system tracks the

Vline (V) maximum power curve of the wind turbine over a wide range

-250 50*Iline(A)

t (ms)

of speed, with a pair of capacitor values. The power stage of

0 .2 5

the power converter consists of diodes and thyristors, thus,

this system can be scaled up to a higher voltage and higher

0 .2 0

power to process very high power in wind power generation.

Its main drawback is the non-sinusoidal output current

generated at the grid. However, many schemes have been

0 .1 5 proposed to improve the power quality at the output of the

(b)

phase-controlled inverter such as passive filter, active filter,

Iline

or other topologies.

0 .1 0

VII. ACKNOWLEDMENTS

0 .0 5

The authors wish to thank Jerry Bianchi for his assistance

during the test set up of this generator.

0 .0 0 We wish to acknowledge our management at National

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 Renewable Energy Laboratory and the U.S. Department of

f (H z)

Energy for encouraging us and approving the time and tools

Figure 15. Utility phase voltage and line current. we needed for this project. DOE supported this work under

a) Current and voltage waveform contract number DE-AC36-98-GO10337.

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