Interfacing 'Universal Bridge' with mathematical model of generator drive

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Sumith
Sumith on 14 Feb 2011
I have designed a wind power generation model which employ PMSG connected to the wind turbine and the associated controllers. I have to connect the ABC terminals of 'Universal Bridge' to the abc terminal of the mathematical model of PMSG that I've designed. As usually, a power system terminal cannot be connected with a normal simulink terminal. I cannot use the voltage measurement block as interface becasue of some constraints. Is there any other method to accomplish this?
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Arnaud Miege
Arnaud Miege on 1 Mar 2011
Can you expand on the constraints? The only way to interface between Simulink and SimPowerSystems is through sensors/sources, be they current or voltage.

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Seth Popinchalk
Seth Popinchalk on 7 Mar 2011
The only way to interface between Simulink and SimPowerSystems is through sensors/sources, be they current or voltage.

Kaushal Desai
Kaushal Desai on 13 Jun 2011
@Mubarak Erin,
Can you please explain a bit more in detail on how you designed the PMSG mathematical model? I have modeled a microturbine and I'm aiming to connect that with a PMSG. I have tried using the SimPower Systems model, and am trying to make a mathematical model as well, but it has been giving me nightmares since a long time.
I didn't really come across a lot of people who have used the PM machine block in Simulink and didn't find the info in the help section as much useful for this purpose as well.
I'd really appreciate if you can shed some light on this.
Thanks,
Kaushal
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Phani
Phani on 27 Jun 2013
hello kaushal, i'm working on the same project now. Modelling of microturbine for the distributed generation apllications...could you help?

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