Part of the book: Wind Turbines
Part of the book: New Advances in Vehicular Technology and Automotive Engineering
The integration of unconventional renewable energy sources on the electrical grid poses challenges to the electrical engineer. This chapter focuses on the transient modeling of electrical machines. These models can be used for the design of generator control, the definition of the protection strategies, stability studies, and the evaluation of the electrical; mechanical; and thermal constraints on the machine. This chapter presents three modeling techniques: the standard d-q equivalent model, the coupled-circuit model, and the finite element model (FEM). The consideration of magnetic saturation for the different models is presented. The responses of the different models during three-phase, two-phase, and one-phase sudden short circuit are compared.
Part of the book: Renewable Energy