Contribution a l’etude des techniques de commande avancées de la machine asynchrone.
Oukaci ép Mohand Oussaid, Assia
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The industry energy is currently facing many challenges. The mostimportant one concerns the use of conventional energy sources which have a direct impact on increasing global warming. With a view of reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, sharing renewable energy and increasing our energy efficiency by transforming energy and introducing clean renewable energies that are not implemented in the field of energy, electricity production is no longer a matter of choice it becamean obligation for nation’s energy policy. In this context, to increase the durability and efficiency of the electric switching system of renewable energy on the one hand, and to improve the quality of energy supplied on the other, the purpose of the work presented in this thesis is primarily the implementation of high-performance nonlinear control law on asynchronous machine, secondly the improvement of process paths with disturbance rejection and finally ensuring stability and maintaining the disconnection between flow and torque despite changes in machine parameters. The simulation resultsobtained for motor operation show that the nonlinear and sliding mode control have best dynamic performance compared to those obtained through the application ofother control techniques. The best dynamic performances of the sliding mode control wereconfirmed by the implementation of this technique intocontrol scheme of the active and reactive power of doubly fed induction generator driven by wind turbine.The simulation results confirmthe exact decoupling and good trajectory tracking of the active and reactive power.
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