Different approaches to reduce shaft voltage in AC generators
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This paper presents several shaft voltage reduction techniques for doubly-fed induction generators in wind turbine applications. These techniques includes: pulse width modulated voltage without zero vectors, multi-level inverters with proper PWM strategy, better generator design to minimize effective capacitive couplings in shaft voltage, active common-mode filter, reducing DC-link voltage and increasing modulation index. These methods have been verified with mathematical analysis and simulations.
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