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Bettouche, Mohamed Amine, Le Claire, Jean-Claude, Ghedamsi, Kaci, Aouzellag, Djamal, Ahmed, Mourad Ait, Benkhoris, Mohamed Fouad.  2019.  A behavior analysis of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator - Vienna rectifier set for marine current energy conversion. 2019 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Power Engineering (REPE). :254—259.

This article is dedicated to the study of an innovative architecture for the conversion of renewable marine energy into electrical energy. It consists of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (PMSG) combined with a three-phase Vienna rectifier. This last converter is not reversible but has the advantage of minimizing the number of active switches. This improves the operational reliability of the chain, which is necessary in the context of marine energy exploitation where access to the installations is not easy. The study focuses on the behavior analysis of electrical chain conversion, and the study of phase and neutral current according to the conduction’s states of the switches of the Vienna rectifier is being investigated. Despite the high non-linearity of this architecture, this control is made possible through to the dynamic performance and control of the maximum switching frequency of the self-oscillating controller called the Phase-Shift Self-Oscillating Current Controller (PSSOCC).