dfig PI controler

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  1. sara.ahmadi.27a@gmail.com

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    Feb 21, 2013
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    hi everybody
    i simulate a DFIG with matlab simulink
    we have some pi controller for GSC and RSC
    for example in VDC regulator we have a pi controler with gain KP=0.002 and KI=0.05
    and for current controller PI controler :KP=2.5 KI=500
    what is the role of this controller?:confused:
    and how i can realize these gains?:confused:
    whats happen if i delete these controllers?:confused:
    please help me with your assistance
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  2. MrChips

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    Someone might help you if they understood what you are asking.
    Anyone know what DFIG, GSC, RSC, VDC, PI, KP, KI etc stand for?
    I do. But it would help if you can explain better so that anyone can understand.

    Remember, we cannot read your mind.
     
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  3. sara.ahmadi.27a@gmail.com

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    Feb 21, 2013
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    This was complicated questions for you?
    what is the role of this controller?
    and how i can realize these gains?
    whats happen if i delete these controllers?
    You probably did not see
     
  4. bertus

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    Hello,

    You are using so many abbreviations that it looks like you are talking in riddles.
    Please be more informative in your questions.

    Bertus
     
  5. mcgyvr

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    welcome to the real world boys.. abbreviations are used everywhere when you know what you are talking about. This question is just over your heads (and mine) so just let it sit till someone who knows the answer comes along to help.. thats how it works..
    but here...
    DFIG=Doubly-Fed Induction Generator
    GSC=grid side converter
    RSC= rotor side converter
    PI=proportional/integral controller
    KP= proportional gain
    KI=integral gain

    to the OP (original poster ;) ) I suggest you head over to google and try searching something like this "pi controller ki kp matlab"
     
  6. bertus

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  7. sara.ahmadi.27a@gmail.com

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    Feb 21, 2013
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    I Take A mistake(sorry)
    hi everybody
    i simulate a doubly fed induction generator(DFIG) with matlab simulink
    we have some proportional-integral (PI) controller for grid side converter(GSC) and rotor side converter(RSC)
    for example in VDC(DC voltage) regulator we have a PI controller with proportional gain KP=0.002 and integral gain KI=0.05
    and for current controller PI controller :KP=2.5 KI=500
    what is the role of this controller?:confused:
    and how i can realize these gains?:confused:
    whats happen if i delete these controllers?:confused:
    please help me with your assistance
     
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