A novel robust low voltage and fault ride through for wind turbine application operating in weak grids

@article{Rathi2005ANR,
  title={A novel robust low voltage and fault ride through for wind turbine application operating in weak grids},
  author={M. R. Rathi and Ned Mohan},
  journal={31st Annual Conference of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 2005. IECON 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={6 pp.-}
}
Wind turbines are very susceptible to any disturbance, faults and low grid voltages. They are disconnected from the grid whenever these conditions arise and reconnected once the grid is healthy. Maintaining the wind turbine connected to grid is real challenge. Future grid codes will require wind turbines connected to grid even during the fault condition and have low voltage ride through (LVRT) feature installed. LVRT feature is not available in most of the present wind turbine and few do with… CONTINUE READING
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