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Seyed Mojtaba Hosseini Bafoghi Hamidreza Khezri

Abstract

In this paper, a mathematical method is proposed to control the output frequency of a self-excited induction generator using wind turbines and static loads. A dynamic model of the wind turbine is implemented to model the Connections and fittings of the wind turbine to convert the wing energy to electrical energy. Also a PID controller system is proposed to control the rotor speed of the wind turbine. The proposed mathematical model is developed in MATLAB-Simulink software. The simulation results showed that the developed controller can be used to control the wind turbine velocity.

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Simulation, Wind Turbines, Matlab, Speed Control

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Hosseini Bafoghi, S. M., & Khezri, H. . (2020). Simulating the Speed control System of Wind Turbines Using MATLAB Software. Mapta Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MJMIE), 4(2), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.33544/mjmie.v4i2.133