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Title: An Efficient Approach for Fault Detection and Fault Tolerant Control of Wind Turbines
Authors: Ali, Abdo
Jamal, Siam
Ahmed, Abdou
Hakam, Shehadeh
Ashraf, Al-Rimawi
Keywords: Electric power systems;Electric power systems -- Data processing;Wind turbines - Design and construction;Sensor fault;parity-space approach;;Mathematical model;Fault tolerance (Engineering);Control theory;Automatic control;System failures (Engineering) - Prevention
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2018
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents an efficient technique for monitoring and control of wind turbines. Fault tolerant control (FTC) is designed using Parity-Space approach to diagnose the sensor faults in the wind turbine. Based on the fault detection system an FTC scheme is proposed to accommodate and reconfigurable the control signals. The main contribution of this study is to develop a monitoring and control system of wind turbine, which reduces the system components as well as to increase the reliability and safety of wind turbines. The sensors which considered in this study are pitch position, generator speed and rotor speed sensors. Real data of wind measurement and real parameters of wind turbine is used to illustrate the proposed scheme.
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