Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator Based Wind Energy Conversion System With Power Management System Using V/F Technique

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 Assistant Professor, Department of computer Science and Engineering, Rajiv Gandhi University (A central university), Rono-Hills, Doimukh, Arunachal Pradesh, India

2 Department of computer Science and Engineering, Belgaum, Karnataka, India

3 Principal, VSM’s BBA BCA and Degree College, Nipani, Karnataka, India.

4 Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE, Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, Kerala, India.

5 Power System Design Engineer, ETAP Automation Pvt Ltd, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

6 Assistant Professor (Sr. G), Department of EEE, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Tamilnadu, India


As fossil supplies deplete, worldwide demand for more inexpensive and accommodating energy production habitats has increased throughout the decade of the 2000s. In relation to task labor, renewable resources are a key aspect of destiny technology during the last few years. In comparison to other sources, wind energy is one of the recommended options for businesses looking for renewable energy. To harvest as much energy as possible, management approaches must be devised which use the unpredictable and irregular character of wind. thus, in this thesis, criteria for a Hill-climb search (HCS) have been implemented, which when used with the turbine, is able to find the optimum position on the power tower and furthermore shows battery functioning with no bias towards one energy conversion method (WECS). In layman's terms, the hill climb seek algorithm is asymmetric to the wind farm power speed. characteristics and wind speed, and therefore it has the ability to climb steeper grades with less wind speed. One of the results of this is that the speed of the generator rotates in step with the load, with the synchronization coming from either the hybrid energy storage system (PMSG). Variability of load operation and versions of fault and overloads results in significant frequency and voltage fluctuations within the grid. A voltage regulator (VSC) plus hybrids battery storage medium is used to implement a voltage-frequency (VF) controller. Which will prove the correct functioning of the VF controllers is monitored regularly in a MATLAB-based SIMULINK environment in which frequent voltage and frequency variations are introduced to the WECS.