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Impact of Phase Locked Loop with Different Types and Control Dynamics on Resonance of DFIG System

Sciprofile linkZakiud Din, Sciprofile linkJianzhong Zhang, Sciprofile linkHussain Bassi, Sciprofile linkMuhyaddin Rawa, Sciprofile linkYipeng Song
Published: 26 February 2020
 by  MDPI
Energies , Volume 13; doi:10.3390/en13051039

Abstract: In recent years, the doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) operates in a weak grid, rather than a strong grid due to the high proportion of wind energy into the power grid. The impedance interaction between the DFIG system and series and parallel compensated weak grid might cause the subsynchronous resonance (SSR) and high frequency resonance (HFR) in the DFIG system, respectively. Phase locked loop (PLL) is a popular grid synchronization technique, and the high bandwidth PLL can cause resonance at middle frequencies in the DFIG system. However, the impact of PLL types and their controller dynamics on the resonance in the DFIG system are not adequately researched. The impact of the PLL controller with different types, such as synchronous reference frame (SRF) and Lead/Lag PLL, is studied in this paper to fill this gap. Additionally, an improved PLL is proposed, which can guarantee the high phase margin and decrease the likelihood of the resonance at middle frequencies in the DFIG system under a weak grid. Moreover, the phase margin of the DFIG system impedance with an improved PLL is less sensitive to its controller parameters. Simulation and experimental results verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Keywords: doubly fed induction generator / Phase Margin / resonance / Phase Locked Loop

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