Control Strategy for 5∅ Dual-Stator Winding Induction Starter/Generator Scheme
Thisstudypresentsasystematicregulationapproachforastarter/generator(S/G)technologydependingupon a (FPDWIM). The FPDWIM features two sets of stator windings and a cage-type rotor. The first was a 5∅ control winding (CW), while second is a 5∅ power winding (PW). The FPDWIM acts as a motor when it is turned on. The CONTROL WINDING drives the engine by providing both active and reactive power. The CONTROL WINDING handles reactive power in the producing phase, whereas the POWER WINDING delivers active power. To complete the combination of the beginning and producing control, ICWFOC is designed to perform in both starting and generating modes. The CONTROL WINDING current and flux are controlled in beginning mode to produce a consistent starting torque, while the CONTROL WINDING and POWER WINDING Direct Current bus voltages were controlled for producing mode. As a result, these methods' operational concepts and topologies remain equivalent, making implementation and performance easier. Using the suggested control method, this network may complete the starting-generating process having more better transitioning operation.