Using Adaptive Second Order Sliding Mode to Improve Power Control of a Counter-Rotating Wind Turbine under Grid Disturbances

Adil Yahdou, Abdelkadir Belhadj Djilali, Zinelaabidine Boudjema, Fayçal Mehedi
2020 European Journal of Electrical Engineering  
This work presents a new control strategy for counter-rotating wind turbine (CRWT) driven doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG) under grid disturbances, such as unbalanced network voltage scenarios. The proposed strategy based on the power control used dynamic gains second order sliding mode control (SOSMC). The power control of a DFIG by SOSMC widely based on the super-twisting (ST) algorithm with invariable parameters and sign functions. The proposed control method consists in using
more » ... rameters ST algorithm that ensures a better result than a conventional strategy. The proposed control scheme used 2 sliding surfaces such as reactive and active powers to control them. Also, the sign functions are replaced by saturation (sat) functions in order to minimize the chattering problems. Simulation results depicted in this research article have confirmed the good usefulness and effectiveness of the proposed adaptive super-twisting algorithm of the CRWT system during grid disturbances.
doi:10.18280/ejee.220604 fatcat:ln3dafukvvcwje4dd2utnadmrq