Comparison Between Stator-Flux and Grid-Flux-Oriented Rotor Current Control of Doubly-Fed Induction Generators
Paper i proceeding, 2004

Grid-flux (or grid-voltage)-oriented rotor current control of the doubly-fed induction generator is investigated in this paper. It is shown that by using a grid-flux-oriented system, the stability and damping of the system is independent of the d component of the rotor current, in contrast to a stator-flux-oriented system. Also for the stator-flux-oriented system, a certain value of the d component of the rotor current causes the system to become unstable. Hence, with a grid-flux-oriented system it is possible to produce as much reactive power as desired from a stability point of view. The theoretical results are verified experimentally with good result.

damping system

rotor current control

reactive power

electric current control

doubly-fed induction generators

grid-flux-oriented system

magnetic flux

stability point

reactive power

machine vector control

asynchronous generators


stator-flux-oriented system



Andreas Petersson

Institutionen för elkraftteknik, Kraftelektronik och vindenergi

Lennart Harnefors

Torbjörn Thiringer

Institutionen för elkraftteknik, Kraftelektronik och vindenergi

IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference

0275-9306 (ISSN)

Vol. 1 482-486


Elektroteknik och elektronik

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