ITM Web Conf.
Volume 19, 2018Computer Applications in Electrical Engineering (ZKwE’2018)
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|Published online||21 September 2018|
Selected issues of control voltage source inverter with self-excited synchronous generator as DC grid voltage source
Maritime University of Szczecin, Institute of Marine Automation and Electrotechnics, 70-500 Szczecin, Poland
Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Synchronous self-excited generators are the most popular AC voltage sources installed in power plants of seagoing vessels. Because of fuel savings varying revolutions Diesel drives can be found on selected types of ships (platform support vessels, cable layers, tug boats etc.). Very interesting issue is use of such type of alternator working with inverter acting as rectifier in direct current grid system. In direct current type of electrical grid the problems with synchronization and reactive power balance are absent. As the control method most suitable to use is modified version of field oriented control (FOC) known from induction machines. Aforementioned method involves decoupling of currents and control voltages to flux and torque components and keeping them in the most optimal condition. Theoretical background of inverter and synchronous generator adopted FOC control method along with numerical situations and experimental results obtained in laboratory test bench of such a system were included in following article.
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