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Proceedings of Second International Conference on Power Electronics and Drive Systems
In this paper the suitability of an electronic current-controlled lead-lag VAR compensator for excitation control of a brushless Self-Excited Induction Generator (SEIG) has been critically evaluated. A time domain approach which involves solution of differential equations is used in the modelling and analysis of this VAR compensator. Based on this model, the steady-state and transient performance of such compensator has been investigated. The analytical model for determining equivalentdoi:10.1109/peds.1997.618649 fatcat:u2fx5nfeyjc3laapkr5pwsy5ey