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2003 IEEE Bologna Power Tech Conference Proceedings,
Doubly fed induction generators will be increasingly used in wind turbines. Using DFIGs in wind turbines give the opportunity to operate the wind turbine with variable speed and several other advantages are achieved. In this paper a model of a DFIG is investigated and discussed. The model is verified by laboratory measurements on a wound induction machine. A "steady state" model is discussed and some simulations, which illustrate the control principles for the torque, are presented. Thedoi:10.1109/ptc.2003.1304406 fatcat:djyvulr35nhpxn2g7yrj34737q