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Control strategy of PMSG based wind energy conversion system under strong wind conditions

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Consumption of fossil fuels for generating electric power causes environmental pollutions and possible global warming (Cader, Bertheau, Blechinger, Huyskens, & Breyer, 2016). Alternatively, electric power generation by the nuclear power plants is risky due to the unreliable behavior of the plant and the possible challenges of nuclear waste dumping. Therefore, electric power generation using renewable energies are gaining huge momentum around the world (Kobayakawa & Kandpal, 2016; Oliver, Lew, Redlinger, & Prijyanonda, 2001). Common sources of renewable energies are wind power (Cooney, Byrne, Lyons, & O’Rourke, 2017), solar energy (dos Santos, Canha, & Bernardon, 2018), hydropower (Domenech, Ferrer-Martí, Lillo, Pastor, & Chiroque, 2014), bio-fuel (Shamsul, Kamarudin, & Rahman, 2017) and so on. Among them, WECS has the largest market share and is expected to maintain rapid growth in the coming years (Huang, Li, & Jin, 2015). Usually, WECS uses two types of wind turbines: Variable-Speed Wind Turbine (VSWT) (Chen & Song, 2016) and Fixed Speed Wind Turbine (FSWT) (Rodríguez-Amenedo, Arnaltes, & Rodríguez, 2008).

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