27 August 2017 to 1 September 2017
RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

Design and Operation Performance Research of Brushless Doubly-Fed Generator with Cage Bar Assisted Reluctance Rotor

30 Aug 2017, 13:15
1h 45m
Posters Area

Posters Area

Poster Presentation of 1h45m E2 - Generators Wed-Af-Po3.06

Speaker

Prof. Guangwei Liu (Shenyang University of Technology)

Description

Brushless doubly-fed generator (BDFG) is particularly suitable for using in variable speed constant frequency wind power generation system due to its inherent characteristics. The two sets of stator windings with different numbers of magnetic poles are coupled by magnetic field modulation of a special rotor, so the rotor structure directly affects the performance of BDFG. The commonly used rotor structures of BDFG can be divided into cage rotor, wound rotor and reluctance rotor, however, there are still some deficiencies of these structures even after many years of research and optimization. In this paper, a cage-assisted reluctance rotor structure is presented to enhance the rotor coupling capacity and improve the efficiency of BDFG. The design principle and operation performance of the BDFG with cage-assisted reluctance rotor are researched. Firstly, the structure characteristics and design principle of the proposed rotor are illustrated in detail. The cage-assisted reluctance rotor is obtained by adding some short-circuit cages to the non-magnetic layers of the radial laminated magnetic barrier rotor. Secondly, the magnetic field modulation mechanism of the proposed rotor is analyzed by analytical method to reveal the operation principle of BDFG with the proposed rotor. Then the operation performance of the proposed BDFG especially under sub-synchronous and super-synchronous mode is studied. Finally, a 25kW prototype is designed and manufactured to verify the advantages and feasibility of the proposed rotor structure. The experimental results show that the BDFG with the proposed rotor has some advantages such as strong magnetic field coupling ability, high efficiency, superior performance and so on. This paper has also broadened the idea for the development and application of BDFG.
This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant 51537007.

Submitters Country China

Primary author

Dr Siyang Yu (Shenyang University of Technology)

Co-authors

Prof. Fengge Zhang (Shenyang University of Technology) Mr Yutao Wang (Shenyang University of Technology) Prof. Shi Jin (Shenyang University of Technology) Prof. Guangwei Liu (Shenyang University of Technology)

Presentation Materials

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