A Sub-Synchronous Oscillation Suppression Strategy for Doubly Fed Wind Power Generation System


During the power transmission of doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG), due to the influence of series compensating capacitance and long-distance transmission, DFIG is prone to sub-synchronous oscillation, which damages the stability of the system. By establishing the mathematical model of DFIG system, the cause of sub-synchronous oscillation and its influence on the control strategy of DFIG system are discussed. In order to solve the problem of performance degradation of traditional phase-locked loop (PLL) under sub-synchronous oscillation, an improved PLL is proposed to replace the traditional PLL.


Aiming at the problem that the control of rotor side converter(RSC) and grid side converter(GSC) in doubly-fed wind power generation system under sub-synchronous oscillation is disturbed by harmonic signals, a control method of adding a quasi resonant controller in the control link of RSC and GSC to suppress sub-synchronous oscillation is proposed, and the feasibility of the method is verified by simulation and experiment. Finally, based on the research process of RSC direct resonance control, the sub-synchronous oscillation suppression strategy based on harmonic current extraction is proposed for the frequency adaptability of the quasi resonant controller. The actual performance of the sub-synchronous oscillation suppression strategy is verified through simulation and experiment. The experimental results show that the strategy is effective.


  1. Doubly fed induction generator
  2. Sub-synchronous oscillation
  3. Rotor side converter
  4. Stator side converter
  5. Phase-locked loop
  6. Quasi resonance controller



Figure 1. Structure Diagram Of Dfig Wind Power System Experimental Prototype.


Figure 2. Frequency Response Of F3(S).

Figure 3. Simulation Waveform Under Sub-Synchronous Oscillation.

Figure 4. Rsc Direct Resonance Control Simulation Waveform.

Figure 5. Gsc Direct Resonance Control Simulation Waveform.

Figure 6. Simulation Diagram Of Sub-Synchronous Oscillation Suppression Strategy Based On Harmonic Current Extraction.

Figure 7. The Resonant Controller Suppresses The Experimental Waveform Of The Ssci.

Figure 8. Waveforms Were Compared Before And After 10hz Synchronous Oscillation Suppression.


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