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Unified reference frame dq model of the brushless doubly fed machine
Control of the brushless doubly fed machine (BDFM) based on traditional multiple reference frames is complex. To simplify the control scheme, a new and simpler derivation of the dq model of the BDFMExpand
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Gymnast's wrist (pseudorickets growth plate abnormality) in adolescent athletes: findings on plain films and MR imaging.
A 13 1/2-year-old boy, who was a competitive gymnast, had pain in both wrists; the pain was worse in the left wrist than in the right. The patient had worked out as much as several hours a day, 5Expand
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New vector control algorithm for brushless doubly-fed machines
A new vector control algorithm for the brushless doubly-fed machine (BDFM) has been developed. The goal of the BDFM control is to achieve the same or higher dynamic performance as the wound rotorExpand
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In the last decade, wind energy has expericnced a substantial growth in Europe with an increase in generation capaciiy from 2,5 GW in 1995 to 34 GW at (lie end of 2004 This incTease has raised newExpand
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Définitions des règles de modélisation thermique des machines électriques tournantes
Dans cet article, les auteurs definissent les regles d'une modelisation thermique des machines electriques tournantes permettant la determination des echauffements lorsque les pertes sont connues.Expand
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Reactive power control for variable speed wind turbines to low voltage ride through grid code compliance
This paper is dealing with the reactive power management of two kinds of variable speed wind turbine (WT) technologies in order to respect the grid code requirements during voltage dips. Expand
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Since the beginning of the 90's, most European countries have seen an increasing growth of Dispersed Generation (DG) on their power systems, due to several factors including government incentives,Expand
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Real-time Physical Simulation of Wind Energy Conversion Systems
The real-time wind turbine simulators are enabling the testing of wind energy conversion systems’ (WECS) control units and of the associated control algorithms in a controlled environment. Expand
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